Long-range wireless power is the third way of power delivery, offering designers the freedom to use an alternative to powering using batteries or cords. With wireless power, batteries never need to be replaced, and exciting features which were left out because they are too power-hungry for batteries can find back in the product road map.

Here are some of the popular applications we are seeing:

  • Charging at the Coffee Shop

    Charging at the Coffee Shop

    Do you have “low battery anxiety”? Many of us worry that our smartphones will run out of battery. Thus, many people look for the nearest power outlet at coffee shops.

    Is there a better way?

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  • Security Systems

    Security Systems

    Indoor security cameras help protect your home when you are away, But features like face recognition and video storage require power. As a result, many indoor security cameras are wired.

    Is there a better way?

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  • Digital Signage

    Digital Signage

    Digital signage delivers informative, entertaining or engaging content. We’ve all seen them: outside conference rooms, at retail locations and at office buildings. But this high-value information comes at a cost: they need to be wired. Wiring is expensive and can detract from the aesthetic appeal of the location.

    Is there a better way?

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  • In-Vehicle Charging

    In-Vehicle Charging

    There is increasing need to power mobile devices inside the vehicle. Whether its the driver, the passenger sitting alongside the driver, or the kids in the back seat – everyone wants a charge.

    Is there a better way?

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  • The Smart Home

    The Smart Home

    Home automation is becoming increasingly popular, affordable and simple. Smart devices – thermostats, for instance – are great but they still need power.

    Is there a better way?

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  • Lights and luminaires

    Lights and luminaires

    There are numerous types of lighting and luminaire solutions: ceiling lights, mood lights, night lights, desk lamps, lighted retail displays and many more. But most of these solutions require a power cord which makes them less portable and harder to install. Battery-operated lights last for only a few hours. Is there a better way? By […]

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  • The Smart Office

    The Smart Office

    Employees rely on their phones throughout the day. They move between private areas, meeting rooms, cafeteria. Often the phone battery is depleted just before an important call. As a result, some carry phone chargers with them at all times.

    Is there a better way?

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  • Point of Sale Terminals

    Point of Sale Terminals

    Tablets are becoming popular point of sale terminals. Table-side ordering, for instance, allows guests to order desert, to pay the bill or to entertain young guests at a table.

    But since many tables are not wired, there is a challenge in keeping these point of sale terminals on. External batteries are cumbersome and require daily removal, charging and maintenance.

    Is there a better way?

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  • Smart Door Lock

    Smart Door Lock

    Smart door locks allow intelligent locking and unlocking of doors. Unlike the old mechanical locks, smart locks add new features.

    But smart door locks are limited by battery capacity which limits the features that can be added to the lock.

    Is there a better way?

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  • Smart Speakers and Surround Speakers

    Smart Speakers and Surround Speakers

    Your new wireless speaker promises great sound without needing a cable. Sounds great, but is it truly wireless? Not quite. You still need to plug it into an outlet. If you hang it on a wall, you still need to route and hide the wire.

    Is there a better way?

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  • Industrial Wireless Devices

    Industrial Wireless Devices

    Battery life is a major concern for wireless industrial applications. Replacing batteries requires a constant effort. Even infrequent battery replacements increase maintenance costs.
     
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  • Gaming peripherals

    Gaming peripherals

    There is a power conflict with regards to gaming peripherals: on one hand, gamers prefer backlit keys and other features that require a lot of power. On the other hand, gamers want portability so that they don’t have to have their peripherals wired to the gaming console. Today, most often they have to give up portability to get the performance and features.

    Is there a better way?

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  • In-Flight Charging

    In-Flight Charging

    Commercial airlines carry a lot of wires to the seats. These add to the overall weight of the plane and thus to its fuel consumption.

    Is there a better way?

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  • Retail

    Retail

    Retail environments are dynamic. Displays need to change. Whether it’s a popup display for the holidays, or a unique jewelry display, getting power to the display without disrupting retail operations is always a challenge

    Is there a better way?

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  • Virtual and Augmented Reality

    Virtual and Augmented Reality

    Virtual reality and augmented reality goggles offer tremendous potential for business uses. Users want to be mobile thus want these goggles to be battery powered. However, battery life on existing products is very short. Someone using AR goggles in a warehouse, for instance, would like to see these batteries last the full length of a shift.

    Is there a better way?

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  • Smart Furniture

    Smart Furniture

    Smart furniture combines beautiful design with cutting-edge functionality such as charging ports for devices, motorized height adjustment and more. They are very useful in office spaces, production warehouses, waiting areas and more. But this cutting-edge functionality needs power, forcing smart furniture to be plugged into an electrical outlet. No so smart. Is there a better […]

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  • Your Product Here

    Your Product Here

    We can’t possibly imagine all the possibilities.

    But perhaps you can?

    Let’s talk about embedding our technology into your products.

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