A Conversation with WiTricity CEO Alex Gruzen

December 11, 2019 / Sebastian Blanco / Ride, by Kelley Bluebook Wireless charging, also known as inductive charging, is familiar to millions of people who use an electric toothbrush or an Apple Watch. But the electric vehicle drivers who will get to know this technology soonest are likely to be the Chinese and the Europeans,…

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WiTricity expands wireless charging with Qualcomm deal

By Hiawatha Bray GLOBE STAFF   Watertown-based WiTricity, which makes wireless battery charging systems for electric cars, is acquiring the wireless charging technology of San Diego’s Qualcomm. Financial details of the transaction were not disclosed. WiTricity, a spinoff of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, makes a system that lets a driver park an electric vehicle on…

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WiTricity Is Buying Qualcomm Halo’s Wireless Electric Car Charging Tech

Sebastian Blanco Contributor Transportation Wireless electric vehicle charging is the ideal technology for EV drivers who literally want to think about charging their car as little as possible. With enough magnetic resonance pads installed in the ground and in cars, people could simply go about their business the exact same way they do today but would…

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Is Wireless Charging for Cars Finally Here?

The Massachusetts startup WiTricity has developed a mat that charges electric vehicles using magnetic resonance Someday fleets of shared autonomous cars will shuttle passengers rapidly around cities, picking them up and dropping them off without the need for parking lots, garages, or even personal vehicles. But without a place to sit and charge, or the…

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Witricity Bring Wireless Electric Charging to Automobiles

NECN, This week in business: Witricity CEO Alex Gruzen talks about the company’s work to create wireless electric charging for automobiles. Will this be a big game changer? (Published Friday, Oct 19, 2018) > Watch full video

Future robo-taxis could charge themselves and help balance the electric grid

Wireless startup WiTricity wants cars to power up without human help and feed utilities energy during peak demand. by Elizabeth Woyke Electric robo-taxis are a real possibility. Trends in transportation, energy, and demographics indicate that future vehicles will operate autonomously, run on electricity rather than fossil fuels, and be shared instead of privately owned. But before…

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So Who Will Plug In All The Driverless Electric Cars?

By Molly Fosco, OZY.com An autonomous vehicle zips down the 101 Freeway, on its way to drop you off at work. You gaze out the window at the dozens of other commuters in self-driving cars en route to offices in the Bay Area. The electric car drops you off and drives across the street to a…

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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)

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