Since 2018, Juju Technology has been deeply cultivating the smart cloud photo frame market. As of press time, it has achieved mass production of 1000K + device smart cloud photo frames.
Shenju Technology's world's first BLE application solution using wireless power supply in June 2021, Shenju Technology successfully designed a prototype based on the Atmosic M3 SOC series energy harvesting technology. This application uses the radio frequency carrier signal in the environment to realize long-distance wireless power supply, so that BLE equipment can self sustain without a battery.
Shenjugroup Technology and its partner launched the world's lowest power wireless keyboard solution based on Atmosic's ATM2221 chip. Our solution is able to extend traditional wireless BLE keyboard life-time three longer, consumers would never ever need to worry about changing the battery.
In the always-connected workplace, keeping devices powered and ready for use is not just important, but critical—a dead battery is not just a hassle to replace, but can often create new problems in hardware, as well. And for IoT devices on construction sites, for instance, poor battery life in wearable sensors could be a safety hazard, as well.
Atmosic an innovator in ultra-low-power wireless technology for the Internet of Things (IoT), and SMK Electronics Corporation, a global designer and manufacturer of advanced OEM electronic components, today announced a strategic partnership to integrate Atmosic’s M3 system-on-chip (SoC) into a range of connected devices from SMK. These IoT solutions, which will include remote controls and sensors, integrate Atmosic’s Controlled Energy Harvesting, in addition to the company’s Lowest Power Radio and On-demand Wake-Up Receiver, to enable forever battery life and eliminate the need for battery replacement. SMK and Atmosic are also working on an IoT module integrated with the Atmosic M2 SoC for industrial and commercial IoT applications.
Atmosic’s slim, small design solves the battery problem and allows devices to communicate faster by taking energy from external RF radio frequencies into the environment. Developers can choose an approach that fits their design requirements for circuit size and number of components, design complexity, additional certification requirements, and time to market.