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MOÏZ

Incorporated startups

Batteryless sensing modules for professional IOT and industry 4.0

profilePhoto   Philippe Mattia
Linksium Contact Philippe Mattia +33 (0)4 57 13 81 65 philippe.mattia@linksium.fr
MOÏZ Dimitri Taïnoff, CEO +33 (0)6 63 09 99 83 dimitri.tainoff@moiz-eh.com
Image Moiz gaz

Benefits

  • Batteryless
  • Compactness
  • Infinite lifetime
  • No moving parts

Key words

  • Autonomous and wireless sensors
  • Energy hervesting
  • Thermo-electricity
  • IOT

Intellectual Property

  • 3 patents

Partnerships & Rewards

  • 2018 French Deeptech Innovation Competition Winner

Laboratory

  • NEEL

Institutions

  • CEA
  • GRENOBLE INP
  • UGA

Linksium Continuum

  • Maturation
  • Incubation

Results

  • Incorporated startups

Context

An unprecedented revolution is spreading in industries thanks to communicating objects. The continued growth of the professional IOT market makes it difficult the battery management (replacement, end of life). MOÏZ offers batteryless IOT modules, providing physical measurements (temperature, flux).

Technology

It makes it possible to recover the thermal energy present in the sensor’s environment and to convert it into electricity.
The generator is composed of hundreds of microgenerators. These are designed as Silicon MEMS devices using p- and n-type thermoelectric materials (thin film).

Advantages

MOÏZ modules allow the recovery of small amounts of thermal energy, possibly intermittent, in a volume much more compact than existing solutions. They are able to manage the available power (level, storage) and the data link through the chosen protocol (LORA, SIGFOX, BLE…).

State of progress

  • Proofs-Of-Concept have been achieved for three famous industrial companies
  • Some tests in real environment have been successfully performed

Applications

MOÏZ aims in the mid-term to offer a data collection service on the cloud.
The targeted markets are industrial monitoring markets, like predictive and/or preventive maintenance and security of nomadic equipment, or consumption of industrial/medical gas… (formerly modulo).