Low-Power 2016 is a one day conference highlighting the latest developments in low-power functionality and systems in IoT enabled devices/electronics. Conference topics include designing for low power networks, wireless charging, energy harvesting, low-power sensing, embedded electronics, mobility, new market opportunities and certification & testing.


Join leading OEM design engineers and product developers involved in low-power networks and systems, and discover what is driving innovation, capabilities and features, application trends and performance improvements.


The interactive exhibit hall will feature the latest in power management ICs, low power wireless networks, low-power design tools, wireless charging, energy harvesting, advanced power sources, design services, test equipment and testing & certification services as well as an array of component and sub-system providers.


The pre-conference workshops provide an in-depth education experience, providing valuable information for both the new and seasoned engineer.



Making Science Fiction a Reality: Energy Harvesting & Power Electronics Enable the IoT Revolution
LoRaWAN IoT Network Deployed Nationwide in South Korea by SK Telecom Covers 99 Percent of Population
Nordic Semiconductor Unveils Product Roadmap for Low Power Cellular Internet of Things
Senet and Objenious Announce Global LPWAN Roaming Partnership for Seamless Delivery of Business IoT Applications