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Tekcapital plc(AIM: TEK) - energy harvesting from human movement to power mobiles

29/06/2015 · Tekcapital PLC (TEK) 

The Oxford headquartered provider of technology and intellectual property services has announced the fascinating acquisition of the licencing rights to two technologies that are intended to enable the commercialisation of energy harvesting from human movement to power mobile technologies – interesting stuff, but can it really be commercialised?

- Power Generation Device

The Group has acquired the exclusive worldwide rights to the interesting sounding piezoelectric electro-mechanical device, from the University of Michigan with patents pending. This device may be incorporated into footwear, apparel, sporting goods and recreational equipment to harvest the energy generated through vibrations. The device itself is particular in that it combines principles of micro electro-mechanical systems originally designed to capture the energy generated by the vibrations of a beating…

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