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We have developed a product, which can harvest energy upon application of mechanical force (including simple hand tapping, stretching or human motion). The device is stretchable and can be conformably attached to human skin. The device is also capable of enduring high mechanical strain and deformations. The energy generated from the mechanical impact can power electronic devices such as watches, mobile phones, RFID sens...

Booth B17 - Singapore-HUJ Alliance for Research and Enterprise
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The mechanical ventilation system is one of the most energy-demanding systems in the buildings, which operates on a 12-months basis. Air balancing is a promising technique to ensure airflow is evenly distributed to each zone according to its requirements effectively and efficiently. Conventional air balancing method is essentially an offline trial-and-error procedure to balance all terminal air-flow to pre-estimated values and may cause unnecessary energy consumption when the real air demand is ...

Booth A03 - AIR T&D PTE. LTD.
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The proposed technology turns a grid-tied PV system into an autonomous microgrid during major grid disturbances, and enabling the grid-tied PV system to continue supplying the local loads. When utility failures occur, the grid forming inverter takes over controlling the microgrid voltage and frequency. The developed microgrid supervisory controller (MGSC) balances the generation and load to achieve the target of maintaining microgrid stability and maximizing the output power of grid-tied PV syst...

Booth B28 - Ngee Ann Polytechnic
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The technology utilises a dry cooler instead of a cooling tower with computer room air conditioning (CRAC), eliminating the usage of the chiller and CRAC unit. This can significantly reduce the Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE) and achieve ultra-low PUE for data centres. Additionally, the targeted liquid cooling helps to improve cooling efficiency and the advanced control and system ma...

Booth C11 - NUS ILO
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