Lucas Mearian from ComputerWorld discusses wireless charging for electric vehicles, including a quote from WiTricity CEO Alex Gruzen on the efficiency and advantage of wireless charging for EVs.
Djuro Sen, technology reporter for 7 News Australia, talks about wireless power and features Morris Kesler and Sanjay Gupta from WiTricity.
WiTricity, the industry pioneer in wireless power transfer over distance, today announced that Fishman, a leader in amplification, effects and pickups for acoustic and electric instruments, will leverage WiTricity’s patented wireless charging technology and broad intellectual property (IP) portfolio to develop new wireless power applications for Fishman’s acoustic and electric stringed instrument technology.
At the WiTricity suite at CES 2016 yesterday (Jan. 7), we saw the future of charging phones and laptops, and it makes serpentine nests of wires and cables obsolete. Unlike most wireless-charging technologies, WiTricity sends power to devices at the same rate as a hard-wired connection. We saw a prototype of a Dell notebook which…
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What I’m looking for at CES are technologies that will change how I experience or interact with the world in a unique way. Flawless consumer virtual reality, for example. Or interactive eye tracking. Or anything else that generates that magical “wow, I live in the future” feeling. This year, it’s wireless power, and let me tell…
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Forget the hype over universal USB-C charging. This year the new hot topic might finally be wireless charging of your laptop. That’s what I’m thinking after seeing demos of laptops being charged using WiTricity’s wireless charging technology.
The promise of wireless power seems like it would involve magic. In reality, it requires magnetic fields, which is exactly what WiTricity has harnessed to let different companies power their creations – from medical devices to cars – without wires.
AirFuel™ Alliance, the industry leader in wireless charging technologies announces global regulatory approval and worldwide expansion of its certification program for its pan-industry solutions with a broad array of products debuting in 2016. For the full press release, click “read more.”
WiTricity is a Watertown-based startup that develops wireless power transfer solutions for a number of applications, including consumer, automotive, medical, and military. The startup plans to demonstrate its high-power and fast wireless charging technologies, along with automotive in-vehicle charging and wireless charging for wearables, at CES this week.
Wireless charging is making its way into hospitals with the goal of eliminating power issues in everything from surgical tools to defibrillators. Medical device and component manufacturer Greatbatch has partnered with wireless charging company WiTricity to create high-performance wireless charging systems for medical devices.