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7 June, 2017 - 10:37 By Jamie Quested


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The startup, commercialising novel vibration energy harvesting technology developed by researchers from Cambridge University, has just launched the Track100 self-powered GPS tracker. 

Designed to report location and sensor data multiple times per day over cellular and LPWA networks, the Track100 is designed to operate for years in the field with no need to charge or replace batteries, free from the requirement to provide a wired power supply. 

Target markets for the technology are self-powered wireless and IoT devices for sensing and measurement in industrial applications.

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