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Floor pad could cut the cord for electric cars

The San Francisco Chronicle’s David R. Baker interviews WiTricity CEO Alex Gruzen about wireless charging of electric vehicles and the concept of “energy snacking.”  NOTE: This is premier content and requires a subscription to view.

WiTricity Appoints Peter Wambsganss as Director of Business Development for Europe

Power electronics industry veteran tasked with strengthening WiTricity’s wireless charging market leadership position in Europe Watertown, MA. – May 12, 2015 – WiTricity, the industry pioneer in wireless power transfer over distance, has hired Peter Wambsganss as director of business development for Europe. Wambsganss, who is based in Germany, will be responsible for further driving…

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BRUSA Elektronik AG Licenses WiTricity Patent Portfolio for Wireless Power

Automotive Tier 1 Power Electronics Supplier to Commercialize Wireless Charging Systems for Electric Vehicles Watertown, Mass.– April 30, 2015 – WiTricity, the industry pioneer in wireless power transfer over distance, today announced an intellectual property licensing agreement with BRUSA Elektronik AG, a leading global supplier of advanced power electronics for electrified vehicles. Under the terms…

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Bloomberg: Welcome to the World of Wireless Charging

This installment of Bloomberg’s Wiring the World series shows a reality where you don’t have to plug your smartphone or laptop into a wall to charge it. Bloomberg’s Ramy Inocencio visits WiTricity, a company that’s making breakthroughs in wireless charging.

First Impressions of the ‘Tele-Phone’ From 1876

Farooq Butt, SVP of business development and strategy for over-the-air power startup WiTricity, posted a series of tweets and retweets this week that make great points about the history of technology and the lessons we can learn today.

You could soon be charging your bike’s battery wirelessly

Battery charger specialist CTEK aims to make that step just a little bit less troublesome with the introduction of wireless charging for motorcycles and cars. The Swedish specialists have tied up with WiTricity, one of the leading names in wireless power transfer, to license their technology to bring wireless charging to vehicles.

Wireless Charging Gets a Boost in New WiTricity Licensing Deal

When MIT wireless-power spinout WiTricity appointed a new CEO last year, the company sent a pretty clear signal about its hopes for the future.  New boss Alex Gruzen, a veteran of the PC world, brought years of experience integrating new technologies into consumer electronics.

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