David Roberts from Vox discusses how wireless charging is an enabling technology that will help drive adoption of electric vehicles. Commentary from WiTricity’s Alex Gruzen.
In an old, converted tire warehouse in Watertown, tech company WiTricity is quietly making its move to be the main player in what it says is the inevitable transition to wireless charging for everything. Jordan Graham from the Boston Herald interviews WiTricity’s Alex Gruzen.
Colin McCarthy, business development lead for medical technology at WiTricity, talks to Sam Brusco from Medical Design Technology magazine about WiTricity technology and its applicability to implantable medical devices (and more).
David Talbot of the MIT Technology Review discusses the emergence of magnetic resonance technology for wireless charging while debunking over-the-air charging.
Megan Crouse from Product Design & Development magazine discusses how WiTricity and DAIHEN are working together on wireless charging for automated guided vehicles (AGVs).
Rob Enderle of Tech Guru Daily sits down with WiTricity CEO Alex Gruzen to discuss the future of wireless charging.
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.
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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