Cars will soon be charging themselves from a distance, and that’ll come in handy for those cars that don’t have a pair of hands with which to plug in a cable—the driverless ones. WiTricity’s David Schatz discusses wireless charging for the automotive industry with IEEE Spectrum.
If WiTricity CEO Alex Gruzen gets his way, the company’s tech will soon wind up in your phone, your car and even inside your body. That’s because the Massachusetts-based company deals in magnetic resonance technology, and if those words don’t mean anything to you now, they probably will before long.
Kaynam Hedayat, WiTricity’s VP of Product Management and Marketing, delivers the keynote presentation for EMC Live 2014. Watch the video for an in-depth explanation of resonant energy transfer, an overview of how it can be applied to various markets, and insight into when we can expect it commercially.
Say goodbye to your last ball and chain–your gadgets are about to be unshackled from the tyranny of cords forever. Wireless power is coming, and it’s eliminating the last vestiges of plugged-in computing from consumer and business life.
In this four-part short video series WiTricity Corporation’s CTO, Morris Kesler, speaks with MIT Industrial Liaison Program about what to expect next from the company’s wireless power and charging technology.
If you buy a 2016 Toyota Prius, you won’t need to worry about keeping your hybrid car charged — just get the option for wireless power transfer that lets you drive into your garage and have your battery automatically topped up from a pad on the floor. A year or two from now you’ll also…
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TDK will be demonstrating a wireless charging system for electric vehicles that incorporates WiTricity technology at CEATEC JAPAN 2014. TDK is in Hall 5/5K111.
If you recall, after a while of using phones without wires, most of us stopped calling them “cordless.” If Watertown’s WiTricity (or another provider of wireless power-charging technology) succeeds, it’s probable the same will happen to electricity.
See WiTricity’s Alex Gruzen and Kaynam Hedayat talk about WiTricity technology and how it will impact our everyday lives in this “Big Idea” story from Fox 5 New York.
WiTricity’s VP of Research & Development takes on new role as CTO to accelerate innovation and expand WiTricity’s technology portfolio Watertown, MA. – Sept. 23, 2014 – WiTricity, the industry pioneer in wireless power transfer over distance, today announced that it has named Morris Kesler, Ph.D. as Chief Technology Officer (CTO). Kesler, who has served…
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