With the continuous development of human economic level and the continuous improvement of engineering and construction technology, the appearance of human buildings is becoming more and more beautiful and complex, while the traditional flexible BIPV components are thicker, do not have strong enough deformation capacity, and the cost is too high, their application scope is greatly restricted, and they can no longer meet the requirements of modern and complex buildings. The flexible chalcogenide modules can fill this gap, and it has a very strong application prospect. In addition, flexible perovskite solar module because of its own light characteristics, low requirements for bearing, can greatly reduce the installation and construction costs, and in the face of typhoon and other severe weather can be folded protection and more advantages.
Smart agriculture is to apply the Internet of Things technology to the traditional agriculture, and use sensors and software to control the agricultural production through the mobile platform or the computer platform, so as to make the agricultural production more "intelligent". Use full application of modern information technology, integrated application of computer and network technology, Internet of things technology, audio and video technology, 3S technology, wireless communication technology and expert wisdom and knowledge to realize agricultural visual remote diagnosis, remote control, disaster early warning and other intelligent management. This will bring about a fundamental change to the "present stage of traditional agriculture".
Ricoh of Japan will launch the world's first all-solid-state dye-sensitized solar cell in late February 2020. By changing the electrolyte from liquid to solid, it was successfully realized with improving durability. If entering a society where small sensors and "5G Internet of Things (IoT)" devices are popular, power sources such as sensors will become important. As a brother of dye-sensitized solar cells, perovskite solar cells have higher efficiency, and their application in the Internet of Things is highly expected.
Flexible solar modules are very different from the rigid, rectangular, glass packaging usually found on a roof. Instead, flexible solar cells come in a variety of shapes and sizes and are expected to be used in more cases than standard modules.