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Rapid Growth in the Internet of Things is Threatened due to the Energy Challenge

Figure 1: Today, most of the Internet of Things (IoT) devices are energy-expensive and powered by bulky batteries with limited lifespans. Replacing (frequently) batteries on potentially a trillion IoT devices deployed in the wild represents a significant challenge. It can limit the large-scale deployment of IoT devices and prevent us from unlocking the massive economic value enabled through the use of IoT. We are witnessing rapid growth in the number of Internet of Things (IoT) devices. Many predictions state that we already have billions of IoT devices deployed globally, and this number is fast increasing, and it will approach a trillion soon. IoT enables numerous applications, and they are having a transformative impact across application domains and industry verticals, driving the massive growth in the number of IoT devices. Applications enabled through IoT already impacts our lives: For example, we use fitness trackers to track our movements and health parameters. Electronic device

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