One aspect to consider while developing an IoT project is device power management. With the rise of the Internet of Things, the optimization of the battery-operated devices is an important aspect that can make a huge difference. Device power management in the IoT is a challenging task because a device could always be powered up and could be located everywhere. Often, IoT devices are located remotely and they must use a battery to work.
IoT Device Power Management: How to Implement It
The device power management in IoT involves all the steps related to the designing process, and it is very important to take into account how the device will behave and how this behavior affects energy consumption. The battery capacity and device behavior are two of the most important aspects. In more detail, the device behavior can have a bad impact on energy management. Usually, we can model an IoT device power consumption using three different areas: