- For Visionaries
- For Visionaries
In our podcasts, we host analysts, journalists and other thought leaders for a relaxed conversation about their perspectives on wireless power.
We aim to focus on the bigger picture: opinion, outlook and analysis, as opposed to breaking news.
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Jim McGregor (Principal Analyst, Tirias Research) describes his sustainable house and discusses the cost of power – solar, wireless and others – with The Charge Guy
Mike Brown is the Morning News Editor for Inverse. We discuss the current status of contact- and long-range wireless charging, how these products could be used in auto and smart home applications and much more.
This episode was recorded on July 12, 2019
Evan Kirstel is a B2B thought leader and top technology ”influencer” with a direct social media following of more than 400,000. He is active in areas like mobile, blockchain, cloud, 5G, HealthTech, IoT, AI, Digital Health, crypto, AR, VR, Big Data, Analytics, and CyberSecurity.
Evan, a self-professed “gadget fanatic” and I discuss how wireless charging can impact gadgets.
This podcast was recorded on July 1st, 2019
Gareth Beavis is the UK editor in chief of technology website TechRadar.com. Gareth and I discuss the journey from Qi charging to long-range wireless charging as well as analogies from the WiFi and video streaming realm.
This episode was recorded on June 13, 2019
Ross Rubin is the principal analyst at Reticle Research and a frequent contributor to ZDNet and Fast Company. We discuss what devices he wants to make wireless, pricing and distribution for wireless power and a lot more.
This episode was recorded on June 5, 2019
Steve Chazin is the VP of Products at Alarm.com. Steve and I discuss some of the challenges with home security and the smart home, and how wireless power might be able to help.
This episode was recorded on Mar 5, 2019
Ortal Alpert, chief technology officer and co-founder or Wi-Charge is the podcast guest to discuss the performance and safety of wireless power technologies.
Dr. Paul Jaffe is an electronics engineer, researcher, and integration and testing section head at the Naval Center for Space Technology at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL). In over 20 years at the NRL, he has worked on dozens of space missions for a range of defense and civilian agency sponsors.
Paul and I discuss power beaming into space and from space.
This episode was recorded on Mar 21, 2019
Michael Kaufman is a Father, Technophile, Journalist and Advisor. He is the founder + EIC of ‘the Architechnologist’, Director for ‘RethinkToys’. We discuss whether consumers really need long-range wireless power, and where it is likely to be adopted.
Our conversation was recorded on Feb 5th, 2019
Mark Vena is a proven strategic technology executive with more than 25 years in the high-tech space with many well-known companies such as Compaq, Dell, Alienware, Synaptics, Segway, Sling Media and Neato Robotics. He has led and managed numerous highly popular consumer technology brands in the PC, gaming, consumer electronics and “smart home” space. Mark and I cover wireless power predictions for 2019 and beyond
Dinesh Kithany is a principal analyst working within the IHS Markit Consumer Electronics team. He heads the Home Appliances Research. We discuss the wireless power market size as well as key trends.
Podcast: Garry Ramler, President of Kube Systems, discussed what customers want in terms of phone charging at public venues and discusses new approaches to satisfy these requirements.
Ernest Worthman is the executive editor of Applied Wireless Technology. We discuss energy harvesting – past, present and future – with a focus on RF technologies
Avrohom is the founder of Ask the CEO, which is a community of technology thought leaders. We discuss IoT growth, use case and how wireless power can impact the world of IoT.
Steve Greenberg is the author of Gadget Nation and also showcases new tech products on NBC’s Today show. Among other topics, Steve and I discuss whether people might be willing to pay a subscription fee to charge their phones.
Stewart Wolpin writes about gadgets, gizmos and geegaws. We talk about consumer perception of wireless charging, about the importance of industry standards, what customers would be willing to pay for wireless charging and much more.
Francesco Radicati served as an analyst at Ovum and is now part of the State Farm Innovation Lab. We discuss areas where wireless charging would become popular, barriers to acceptance and more.