Charging all your devices on the go has been a troubling problem all the time and it looks like India has found a remarkable solution to this one too. A team of 40 researchers headed by Shantikumar Nair and Vinod Kumar Gopal at the Amrita Centre for Nanosciences and Molecular Medicine in Kochi in South India has developed a product which will aid you in charging all your gadgets utilizing the capability of superconductors.
Nanosolar 2012 is an ongoing International Conference organized by Amrita and this device called as the Amrita Smart was unveiled at the conference. Super capacitors are used for the storage of charge on this tile so that it can power devices for efficiently than the conventional batteries.
There are solar modules in the tile that converts solar energy to electrical energy so that it can be stored and the most interesting fact is that this charge can be retained inside the tile as long as for 30 days.
Laptops, mobile phones, tablets and all other gizmos can be charged from the Amrita Smart.
The tile weighs about 2200 grams and can revolutionize the whole world due to the innovation put into it. There is no similar product in the market to compete with this and it provides smooth sales for the tile.
Commercializing the tile may take some time, but we can surely expect to see this one coming out with flying colours in near future.
Scientists and researchers from all over the world has gathered to participate in the conference which has marked its place in the history by posing as the venue where innovation meets renewable energy.
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