Truly Wireless

WiTricity’s technology can make devices more convenient and safe to use by eliminating the need for drive lines or surgical replacement of primary batteries. Other types of implantable pumps and therapies that require substantial power to operate, measured in watts or tens of watts to operate, can become practical – as they will no longer…

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Wireless Power For Medical Devices

Cardiac implants that take advantage of the technology are already in development. Which medical devices could be next?   Once a dream of science fiction writers, wireless electricity is now a reality. Technology today allows for devices to be wirelessly powered and recharged over distance and through materials such as plastic, fabric, and even human…

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From Orthopedics to Power Transfer—A Bright Future for Implants

As traditional medical devices evolve to wireless implants, the challenge of how to charge the devices is taking center stage. One option would be to remove the pacemaker, heart assist pump, or other implant and replace the battery. Obviously this isn’t ideal because it requires an additional procedure. WiTricity is a wireless power transfer technology…

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Eric Giler, CEO of WiTricity, at SVB CEO Summit Boston 2013

Eric Giler of WiTricity presents at SVB CEO Summit Boston 2013. The Silicon Valley Bank CEO Summit features inspiring stories of personal and professional breakthroughs by some of the tech and life science communities most successful founders, CEOs, investors and experts. This video was taped at the May 2013 CEO Summit in Boston.

WiTricity Joins Power Matters Alliance

Pioneer of Wireless Power Transfer over Distance to Vice-Chair Resonance Working Group WATERTOWN, Mass. — WiTricity, the industry pioneer in highly resonant wireless power transfer over distance, announced today that it has joined the Power Matters Alliance. WiTricity, the exclusive licensee of MIT’s patents for wireless energy transfer, will help define a highly resonant implementation for the…

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Mitsubishi Concept CA-MiEV triples the i-MIEV’s range, adds wireless charging

Mitsubishi’s i-MiEV is known for many accomplishments in the electric car world, but long-range driving and staggeringly good looks aren’t among them. Its just-unveiled Concept CA-MiEV solves the former by making at least a token gesture towards the latter. The combination of flat-packed, high-density 28kWh lithium-ion batteries and a sleeker, low-drag shape help the compact…

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