How to provide both energy and data by using footstep? By Laurence Kemball-Cook, founder of Pavegen (23 minutes)

Proptech 2016 – London – May 19th 2016

Laurence Kemball-Cook, founder of Pavegen, talks about the “flooring revolution” in which his company is involved. Pavegen technology consists in using the weight of every footstep in order to provide both energy and data. It has been implemented in busy streets (Oxford street for example) but also in retail and office areas (in which it is very relevant to know what are the movements of the clients or the employees). In 2015 the startup raises £2M from over 1,500 investors on equity crowdfunding platform Crowdcube.

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