Hyundai Demonstrates Wireless Charging at 2018 Geneva Auto Show

Hyundai demonstrated a prototype example of wireless charging on their new all-electric Kona, giving an outlook at how such technology could develop. The unit displayed at Geneva Motor Show 2018 was created together with WiTricity to showcase how wireless charging could work for future mobility.

Bloomberg Baystate Radio Podcast

Bloomberg Boston Bureau Chief Tom Moroney and Radio News Anchors Peter Barnes, Pat Carroll and Anne Mostue are joined by WiTricity CEO, Alex Gruzen in the C-Suite.  > LISTEN NOW (section begins at 32:25)

WiTricity takes a turn toward electric-car charging

SCOTT KIRSNER | INNOVATION ECONOMY, December 15, 2018 Count the number of power cords you encounter in a typical day. It might start with a coffeemaker in the morning and end well after dark, when you plug a smartphone in to recharge on the dresser. No doubt the answer cracks the double digits. Count the…

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SAE International Publishes J2954™ Recommended Practice Enabling Wireless Charging to 11kW

SAE International published SAE J2954™ Recommended Practice (RP) providing the first worldwide specification for wireless power transfer for electric vehicles up to 11 kW power levels (WPT3). SAE International published SAE J2954™ Recommended Practice (RP) providing the first worldwide specification for wireless power transfer for electric vehicles up to 11 kW power levels (WPT3). Following the previous…

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WiTricity CEO: Wireless Charging Moves Forward in Autos

WiTricity CEO Alex Gruzen says the company’s business equipping top auto makers with wireless charging capabilities for their electric vehicles is speeding toward commercial deployment in the first half of 2018. He’s also upbeat about the company’s first consumer electronics deal, with Dell, and thinks Apple’s use of the competing “Qi” wireless power technology in…

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Taking Charge.

WiTricity CEO Alex Gruzen tells New Mobility about the startup’s rise to the top in wireless charging infrastructure and how the innovation will complement both e-mobility and autonomous vehicles. > Read full article  

WiTricity brings wireless power to new Dell laptop

By Hiawatha Bray GLOBE STAFF Watertown-based wireless power company WiTricity Corp. has teamed up with Dell Inc. to introduce a tablet/notebook computer that doesn’t need a power adapter. Instead, the Dell Latitude 7285 offers an optional detachable keyboard that serves as a wireless charging device. With the keyboard the Dell computer can be powered up by placing it…

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Watertown Company Helps Dell Develop 1st Wireless Charging Laptop

Asma Khalid  Reporter Dell’s new wireless charging laptop, featuring technology developed by Watertown-based tech company WiTricity, hits the market Tuesday. The Latitude 7285 is essentially the first of its kind in the computer industry. The new laptop charges through magnetic resonance technology that was developed at WiTricity. “The power source, which is the pad that the laptop sits…

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IHI

WiTricity and IHI Partner to Bring Wireless Charging to Electric Vehicles

Industrial Liaison Program helps to launch successful long-term technology collaboration. Back in 2009, WiTricity Corporation was an MIT spinoff company with a novel wireless-charging technology and a need to find early commercial partners. At an Industrial Liaison Program (ILP) event at MIT, the startup’s dramatic desktop demonstration of wireless power caught the eye of Yoshi…

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