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  • NUS researchers invented a low-cost ‘battery-less’ wake-up timer that cuts power consumption of IoT sensor nodes by 1,000 times, contributing to long-lasting operation. The wake-up timer is embedded in a test chip, and placed in a larger package (held by both researchers) for easier testing and characterisation.

From left: Dr Orazio Aiello and Associate Professor Massimo Alioto from the National University of Singapore’s Faculty of Engineering
    National University of Singapore
    NUS researchers invented a low-cost ‘battery-less’ wake-up timer that cuts power consumption of IoT sensor nodes by 1,000 times, contributing to long-lasting operation. The wake-up timer is embedded in a test chip, and placed in a larger package (held by both researchers) for easier testing and characterisation. From left: Dr Orazio Aiello and Associate Professor Massimo Alioto from the National University of Singapore’s Faculty of Engineering
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