A review of flexible high-performance supercapacitors for the internet of things (IoT) and artificial intelligence (ai) applications

Authors

  • Sajid Naeem MGV’s LVH Research Center, ASCC Panchavati, Nashik 420003 (Maharashtra) India
  • Abid Ali Maulana Mukhtar Ahmad Nadvi Technical Campus, Malegaon 423203 (Maharashtra) India
  • Khalid Memon Maulana Mukhtar Ahmad Nadvi Technical Campus, Malegaon 423203 (Maharashtra) India
  • Mohammed Bavluwala Maulana Mukhtar Ahmad Nadvi Technical Campus, Malegaon 423203 (Maharashtra) India
  • UP Shinde MGV’s LVH Research Center, ASCC Panchavati, Nashik 420003 (Maharashtra) India
  • AV Patil MGV’s LVH Research Center, ASCC Panchavati, Nashik 420003 (Maharashtra) India

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.38208/ete.v3.734

Keywords:

Energy, Sustainability, Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (IA), Supercapacitors, Material Science

Abstract

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a new area of modern technology today. Transportation, agriculture, healthcare, manufacturing, wearables, smart grid, energy-saving technologies, smart homes, smart management systems, and other fields of engineering, technology, and real-time management all have IoT applications. Moreover, artificial intelligence (AI) has broad applications in the car industry, surveillance, security, education, entertainment, gaming, e-commerce, portable gadgets, robotics, medicinal devices, etc. They require efficient energy to operate for an extended period. These devices necessitate offline and online energy storage devices that discharge for an extended period of time or require less time to charge advanced electrical energy storage devices such as supercapacitors. This review article reveals advanced energy storage devices such as supercapacitors and their applications in IoT and AI-based devices.  A supercapacitor is an electrochemical capacitor that has high energy density and better performance efficiency.

Published

2023-05-17

How to Cite

Naeem, S., Ali, A., Memon, K., Bavluwala, M., Shinde, U., & Patil, A. (2023). A review of flexible high-performance supercapacitors for the internet of things (IoT) and artificial intelligence (ai) applications . Energy and Thermofluids Engineering, 3, 1-9. https://doi.org/10.38208/ete.v3.734

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