Dell Incorporates WiTricity’s Magnetic Resonance Technology in World’s First Wireless Charging 2-in-1 Notebook

Latitude 7285 2-in-1 enables wire-free workspaces of the future Watertown, Mass. – January 5, 2016 – WiTricity today announced that Dell’s Latitude 7285, the industry’s first 2-in-1 to enable a workspace free of all wires to the device, incorporates the company’s magnetic resonance-based wireless charging for PCs. The Latitude 7285 is AirFuel-certified and will be…

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WiTricity Unveils WT8800™ Wireless Charging Controller to Catalyze Magnetic Resonance-Based Wireless Charging Ecosystem

Application-Specific Integrated Circuit to help consumer brands incorporate WiTricity’s patented wireless power technology into their products to deliver fast, flexible charging experiences Watertown, Mass. – January 4, 2016 – WiTricity, the industry pioneer in wireless power transfer over distance, today announced the WT8800™ Wireless Charging Controller. The WT8800 controller incorporates WiTricity’s magnetic resonance technology, and…

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Missing Link: Will Wireless Charging Help Energize the Electric-Car Market?

While it’s easy to dismiss wireless charging for smartphones or tablets as mere gimmickry in its present state, the technology shows serious promise out in your driveway—where it could play an important role not just in how you charge your vehicle but in how quickly electric cars catch on.

WiTricity teams with GM on wireless car chargers

By Hiawatha Bray GLOBE STAFF  DECEMBER 21, 2016 WiTricity Corp., a Watertown-based maker of wireless battery charging systems, has allied with General Motors Corp. to test a system that recharges electric vehicles without plugging them in. WiTricity’s technology, which was initially developed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, uses an electromagnetic field, rather than an electrical cable, to pump…

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WiTricity Working with GM to Test Wireless EV Charging System

WiTricity, the industry pioneer in wireless power transfer over distance, today announced it is working with General Motors (GM) to test an advanced wireless charging system prototype for electric vehicles. The companies are working together to test WiTricity’s Drive 11 park-and-charge system, designed for maximum efficiency and interoperability across vehicle platforms.

SAE International

Wireless Charging Bench Testing Complete, Proving Interoperability and Validating SAE TIR J2954™

WARRENDALE, Pa., Dec. 14, 2016 – SAE International is working to ensure that electric vehicle wireless power transfer systems from different manufacturers can interoperate seamlessly with each other to prepare for commercialization in 2020. Idaho National Laboratory (INL) and TDK R&D Corporation along with the US Department of Energy, automotive companies and suppliers have completed bench…

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WiTricity Showcases the Future of Wireless Power at the 2017 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES)

Watertown, Mass. – December 6, 2016 – WiTricity, the industry pioneer in wireless power transfer over distance, today announced it will be hosting a suite at the Venetian Hotel during the 2017 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES). Executives from the company will be on-hand to demonstrate the latest advancements in wireless charging for consumer applications,…

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WiTricity Enables Interoperable Electric Vehicle Wireless Charging With TMN™ Technology

Breakthrough technology allows for wireless charging systems to adapt to real world conditions   Watertown, Mass. – December 5, 2016 — WiTricity, the industry pioneer in wireless power transfer over distance, today announced its Tunable Matching Network (TMN) technology to drive global interoperability and adoption of wireless charging for electric and autonomous vehicles. TMN technology…

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Wireless Charging: A Magnetic Field of Dreams

A wireless charging system using magnetic resonators was conceived to keep smartphones perpetually charged. Using them on AGVs ensures even a small fleet can run 24/7.

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