Mountain View, CA, November 15, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- WTRS releases two intellectual property reports covering technologies in the wireless sensor network area: EnOcean technology developed for building automation use and the application of wireless sensor networks to residential lighting applications.
“There is renewed interest in building automation and residential lighting applications, particularly where it involves the use of energy harvesting technologies,” according to Kirsten West, principal analyst with WTRS. “While both market applications represent large volume opportunities for market leaders, both are well protected by existing companies that hold key intellectual property.”
The reports analyze intellectual property holdings and protection strategies. Key technologies covered in the analysis include EnOcean, RadioRa, ZigBee, and Z-Wave.
Report Title: Wireless Lighting Control IP and Litigation - A WTRS Report
No. Pages: 23 pages
No. Tables/Figures: 5
No. Companies Mentioned: 139
More information at www.wtrs.net/lightingip.html
Report Title: Energy Harvesting for Wireless Sensor Networks, a WTRS IP & Patent Report
No. Pages: 439 pages
No. Tables/Figures: 12
No. Patents: 101
More information at www.wtrs.net/harvestingip.html
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