Batteries that last indefinitely to track wildlife


Self-sustaining batteries are needed for activities that use sensors. These include long-term tracking of wildlife.  CSIRO software aims to help devices operate in an energy-neutral way, so that the battery can last indefinitely or until its recharge cycles are exhausted. An example is a device attached to animals using collars that collects GPS data to understand their movements. It also has a tiny battery and solar panel to recharge each day.

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