Strategic Elements makes great strides in robotics and AI as it looks for next potential area of venture generation
- Strategic Elements hits key milestone with moisture-based battery technology producing 100mAh of electric charge over three days
- Strategic Elements’ moisture-fuelled battery powers Bluetooth sensor device
Quick facts: Strategic Elements Ltd
Price: 0.315 AUD
Market Cap: $122.34 m
About the company
Strategic Elements Ltd (ASX:SOR) operates under a Pooled Development Fund (PDF), an Australian Federal Government program designed to encourage innovation and investment into Australian companies.
The company also work as a venture builder where it generates ventures and projects from combining teams of leading scientists or innovators in the technology or resources sectors.
Strategic Elements has established a wholly-owned artificial intelligence and robotics company, Stealth Technologies Pty Ltd, which has a multi-disciplinary team with the capability to custom build systems for its own proprietary technologies and collaborate with partners for specific business cases.
How it is doing
Its prototype battery Ink cells produced 100mAh (milliamp hours) of electric charge over three days.
The milestone of milliamp-range current output is a considerable achievement as it increases the potential array of applications that could be powered by the technology.
Further improvement in performance is expected over the next few months as the prototype ink becomes increasingly optimised for use in screen printing equipment.
SOR’s wholly-owned venture Australian Advanced Materials Pty Ltd (AAM) is developing the self-charging battery technology along with a material science team at the University of New South Wales.
Stealth has been working on sophisticated weed detection technology alongside collaboration partners Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative and the University of Western Australia School of Agriculture and Environment.
Insight: Strategic Elements’ moisture-fuelled battery powers Bluetooth sensor device
The tech-centric venture builder is working to create extremely small, thin and lightweight battery ink cells that can be printed on glass or plastic and self-charge as they detect humidity in the air or on a wearer’s skin.
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