China-based WiTricity partner, Anjie Wireless demonstrates a fully wire-free autonomous experience! True innovation & leadership. Amazing work! > Watch now
Alix Steel, February 21st, 2020, 7:51 PM EST Electric Vehicles are expected to explode as a more dominant means of mobility in the not-so-distant future. Bloomberg NEF predicts by 2040, 57% of all passenger vehicle sales will be electric. Bloomberg’s Alix Steel explores topics such as market demand and investment; evolving technology and infrastructure; government…
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Charging an electric car is still too hard. Wireless charging seeks to make it easy. Brian Cooley, February 21, 2020 10:00 AM PST We assume electric cars have to be plugged in — it’s right in the name of the “plug-in” hybrid, after all — but if it weren’t for plugs and cables, EVs might face a…
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YouTube, Undecided with Matt Ferrell EV wireless charging is going to power the future of autonomous vehicles. I had a chance to visit WiTricity in Watertown, MA to talk about their wireless electric vehicle charging technology, how it can be used, and when we can expect it to hit the market.
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
WiTricity develops solutions to enable wireless power transfer over distance using its patented magnetic resonance technology. WiTricity works with top global carmakers and Tier 1 suppliers to deploy magnetic resonance solutions, helping realize a future of transportation that is electrified, shared and autonomous.
WiTricity is leading the charge in EV wireless charging technology development and standardization. Learn more by watching our latest demo video:
Mike Wankum of Channel 5 news visited WiTricity to talk to Alex Gruen about wirelesss power. >Watch interview
CNET speaks to WiTricity CEO Alex Gruzen to find out just how his company’s wireless charging is better than the competition.
Djuro Sen, technology reporter for 7 News Australia, talks about wireless power and features Morris Kesler and Sanjay Gupta from WiTricity.