By 2020 there will be an estimated 30 billion connected devices on the planet with each person consuming 5.2 Terabytes of data.

Internet of Things


The Internet of Things (IoT) has been called the next Industrial Revolution because it will change the way all businesses, governments, and consumers interact with the physical world. Connected devices, such as automated teller machines and airline check-in machines are examples of first generation connected devices. New and novel devices and many ordinary objects are also being reinvented with digital sensing, computing and communications capabilities. This functionality provides passive objects with a "digital voice" and the ability to create and deliver an information stream reflecting their status and that of their surrounding environment.


The unique characteristics of IoT and wearable products present some difficult design challenges. Today’s IoT and wearable products must deliver ever-increasing capabilities in smaller packages with more aerodynamic shapes. In addition to their smaller size, IoT and wearable products often require contoured form factors and flexibility to accommodate the shape and movement of the human body, which further complicates the design process. The increasing functionality and shrinking size of IoT and wearable products also obscures signal integrity and presents thermal management challenges. KULR’s technology is a lightweight, flexible, and highly customizable thermal management solution ideal for IoT products.

The unique characteristics of IoT and wearable products present some difficult design challenges. Today’s IoT and wearable products must deliver ever-increasing capabilities in smaller packages with more aerodynamic shapes. In addition to their smaller size, IoT and wearable products often require contoured form factors and flexibility to accommodate the shape and movement of the human body, which further complicates the design process. The increasing functionality and shrinking size of IoT and wearable products also obscures signal integrity and presents thermal management challenges. KULR’s technology is a lightweight, flexible, and highly customizable thermal management solution ideal for IoT products.