With fully charged batteries
It has become a classic: when you need an electronic device the most, it has the least battery. This, which is often just an anecdote, sometimes becomes a real problem. Especially when work is involved.
As you know, many of our emotion analysis projects require the use of sensors that transmit data to our Artificial Intelligence platform about what’s happening in a monitored area. These devices are completely wireless and very compact, but to cover the space we need, they often have to be placed at great heights.
And if they are wireless, how do they work? Clearly, with batteries.
And how do we recharge these batteries?
Ladies and gentlemen, that is the question.
Anyone with an electronic device knows that battery life, especially when in use, can be a headache. It was also a concern for Goli Neuromarketing because if we had a long-term project, we had to keep an eye on the battery and change them too frequently, which was a hassle given the spaces where these sensors are placed.
We have managed to design a lithium polymer battery that provides autonomy of up to seven or eight weeks for our sensors.
We had to find a solution.
And how did we do it? Researching, designing, testing, going the extra mile.
That’s how we were able to achieve, first, a battery with a duration of up to four weeks, and later, a lithium polymer one that doubled the autonomy to seven or eight weeks. It can even last longer depending on factors like the weather.
Because at Goli Neuromarketing, we’re always prepared and fully charged.