...Energy Harvesting Solutions
Received Phase I NSF SBIR funding
Presentations at the Sensors Expo and Conference, Rosemont, IL
Presentations at the SPIE Defense, Security, and Sensing Conference, Orlando, FL
Elevator Pitch at the 6th Annual Energy and Clean Technology Venture Forum at Rice University
Participated in the NSF - CEHMS Planing Grant Meeting at Virginia Tech
Completed Phase II milestones for ETF
Presentation at 3rd Annual ETF Showcase and Tech Success, Dallas, TX
Presentation at Workshop on Autonomous Ultrasound Tool Sets for Health and Infrastructure, Materials Research Institute, Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA
Presentations at Energy Harvesting Workshop, Blacksburg, VA
Received Phase II ETF funding
Presentations at nanoTX and Active RFID, RTLS, and Sensor Networks Symposiums, Dallas, TX
Completed Phase I milestones for ETF
Completed prototype energy harvester for Axcess International Inc
Received Phase I NSF STTR funding
Presentation at nanoPower forum, Costa Mesa, CA
Received Phase I Pre-Seed Texas Emerging Technology Fund (ETF) funding
Texas MicroPower (formerly known as Texas Piezoelectric) designs and builds integrated low cost energy harvesting systems and enables technology products to serve today's critical need of "green" energy for portable and remote electronics. The company is currently developing solar and vibration energy harvesting solutions in a variety of applications including personal electronics, wireless sensors, and active RFID tags. On-going research and development work include integrated thin-film harvesters and high efficiency power management circuits.
Texas MicroPower will participate in the upcoming IDTechEx Energy Harvesting & Storage Conference at Boston, MA during November 2010. Please stop by our booth.
Texas MicroPower has now pre-released information on their solar and vibration power management evaluation modules. Please review the Power Management page for more info.