Turning vibrations from aircrafts into electricity

Using vibrations to enable an autonomous
predictive maintenance system

Is predictive maintenance something that is appealing to your organisation? But perhaps you have considered it to be hard to implement due to complex sensor installations that bring more costs than advantages? By using our products, you will be able to deploy a completely autonomous sensor system by turning vibrations into electricity.

What can we do for your aerospace application?

Enabling predictive maintenance

By using our power sources we enable your systems to function without conventional batteries or cables and you can finally use predictive maintenance the way it is meant to be used.

Connecting your assets

Our power sources produces enough power for most low-power communication protocols so that you can securely transmit your maintenance data.

Power by vibrations

Our power sources utilises the vibrations created by the aircraft and turns them into electricity. That way, we ensure that you will always have enough power for your monitoring systems. What if the airact isn't moving? No worries, our units includes (optional) a power buffer for those circumstances when there are no vibrations available.

Customer references

Powering onboard monitoring systems

A CUSTOM DESIGNED HARVESTER FOR A CUSTOMER WITHIN THE AEROSPACE INDUSTRY WHO WANTED TO ELIMINATE ITS DEPENDENCY ON BATTERIES AND CABLES.

Our customer deploys a sensor system to monitor critical components in the structure of the aircraft. ReVibe received the inquiry of customising the modelD to fit the specific purpose. As seen on the left, the harvester is mounted on a flat surface to capture vibrations in horizontal directions. The customised unit is capable of powering most wireless condition monitoring systems that is normally used in aviation applications.

harvester for aircrafts

Are you ready to start using vibrations
to power your sensor systems?

Reach out to us!