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Ultra-Thin 'Computer on the Bone' Monitors Bone Health

Ultra-Thin 'Computer on the Bone' Monitors Bone Health

Wireless Charging Journal
Oct 28, 2021
Upcoming Webinar on Sensors and Sensor-Centric 6G Communications

Upcoming Webinar on Sensors and Sensor-Centric 6G Communications

Wednesday 3 November 2021 - Prospects for All Sensors and Preparation for Sensor-Centric 6G Communications in 2022. This webinar reveals progress in 2021 and prospects for 2022, and much more! Register your place on of the three sessions.
Wireless Charging Journal
Oct 25, 2021
Fully Operational Electric Bus Using Wireless Electric Road in Sweden

Fully Operational Electric Bus Using Wireless Electric Road in Sweden

ElectReon announced the successful launch of the first fully operational bus utilizing the company's wireless charging infrastructure in the city of Visby in Gotland, Sweden. Implemented by a consortium of partners, the Smartroad Gotland project began operations in early 2020 and is one of four Electric Road demonstration projects currently being funded by the Swedish Transport Administration, Trafikverket.
Wireless Charging Journal
Oct 11, 2021
3D Printed, Personalised, Wireless Wearables That Never Need a Charge

3D Printed, Personalised, Wireless Wearables That Never Need a Charge

Engineers have developed a type of wearable they call a "biosymbiotic device," which has several unprecedented benefits. Not only are the devices custom 3D-printed and based on body scans of wearers, but they can operate continuously using a combination of wireless power transfer and compact energy storage.
External Company Press Release
Cota Real Wireless Power Reaches New Heights

Cota Real Wireless Power Reaches New Heights

From the very beginning, one of Ossia's goals has been to make wireless power as ubiquitous as the electrical socket ... not only in the US, but globally. One of the biggest hurdles to do so is to meet certain regulatory approvals in each country or nation.
Wireless Charging Journal
Sep 2, 2021
High Power Wireless Vehicle Charging Technology

High Power Wireless Vehicle Charging Technology

The US Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory has licensed its wireless charging technology for electric vehicles to Brooklyn-based HEVO. The system could one day enable electric vehicles to be charged as they are driven at highway speeds.
Wireless Charging Journal
Aug 23, 2021
Common Solar Tech Can Power Smart Devices Indoors

Common Solar Tech Can Power Smart Devices Indoors

Any time you turn on a light at home or in the office, you are expending energy. But what if flipping the light switch meant producing energy too?
Wireless Charging Journal
Aug 11, 2021
$100 Million Gift to Fund Space-based Solar Power Project

$100 Million Gift to Fund Space-based Solar Power Project

Caltech is announcing that Donald Bren, chairman of Irvine Company and a lifetime member of the Caltech Board of Trustees, donated over $100 million to form the Space-based Solar Power Project, which is developing technology capable of generating solar power in space and beaming it back to Earth.
Wireless Charging Journal
Aug 10, 2021
New Printing Technique for Flexible Electronics

New Printing Technique for Flexible Electronics

New technology that enables more efficient and effective transfer printing for electronic devices has been developed by researchers
Wireless Charging Journal
Jul 28, 2021
OMRON B5L Time-of-Flight Sensor Module for Real-Time 3D Vision in AMR

OMRON B5L Time-of-Flight Sensor Module for Real-Time 3D Vision in AMR

Innovative technology continues to improve and advance the possibilities for autonomous mobile robots (AMR). To view the environment around them, AMRs often require multiple, high-accuracy sensors that can offer stable and reliable detection along with a long life and high durability in a range of environments.
Wireless Charging Journal
May 21, 2021
Wireless and Battery Free Spintronic Energy Harvester

Wireless and Battery Free Spintronic Energy Harvester

Researchers have demonstrated that an array of electrically connected spintronic devices can harvest a 2.4 GHz wireless signal, which can be used to power and charge small electronic devices and sensors.
Wireless Charging Journal
Mar 31, 2021
Leveraging the 5G Network to Wirelessly Power IoT Devices

Leveraging the 5G Network to Wirelessly Power IoT Devices

Researchers have uncovered an innovative way to tap into the over-capacity of 5G networks, turning them into "a wireless power grid" for powering Internet of Things devices that today need batteries to operate.
External Company Press Release
Worktop Integrated with Wireless Charging Technology

Worktop Integrated with Wireless Charging Technology

Wharf Worktops has mastered a pioneering technique to seamlessly integrate wireless charging technology beneath the surface of its worktops.
Wireless Charging Journal
Feb 3, 2021
No Cables or Charging Stands with New Wireless Charging Technology

No Cables or Charging Stands with New Wireless Charging Technology

Xiaomi has introduced a brand new form of charging - Mi Air Charge Technology. Revolutionizing the current wireless charging methods, Mi Air Charge Technology enables users to remotely charge electronic devices without any cables or wireless charging stands.
Wireless Charging Journal
Jan 29, 2021
Wirelessly Rechargeable Soft Brain Implant Uses Light to Control Cells

Wirelessly Rechargeable Soft Brain Implant Uses Light to Control Cells

Researchers have invented a smartphone-controlled soft brain implant that can be recharged wirelessly from outside the body. It enables long-term neural circuit manipulation without the need for periodic disruptive surgeries to replace the battery of the implant.
Wireless Charging Journal
Jan 13, 2021
Innovation Award for RFID Temperature Scanning System

Innovation Award for RFID Temperature Scanning System

The wirelessly-powered RFID Temperature Scanning System enables businesses to easily and safely monitor employees' temperatures in support of COVID-19 monitoring protocols.
Wireless Charging Journal
Dec 9, 2020
Stretchable Micro-Supercapacitors to Self-Power Wearable Devices

Stretchable Micro-Supercapacitors to Self-Power Wearable Devices

An alternative to batteries, micro-supercapacitors are energy storage devices that can complement or replace lithium-ion batteries in wearable devices. Micro-supercapacitors have a small footprint, high power density, and the ability to charge and discharge quickly.
External Company Press Release
Hyundai Motor Shares Fuel Cell Commercial Vehicle Roadmap

Hyundai Motor Shares Fuel Cell Commercial Vehicle Roadmap

Hyundai Motor Company will host a digital premiere event for the launch of XCIENT Fuel Cell, the world's first mass-produced fuel cell heavy-duty truck, at 10 a.m. KST on Oct. 14.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
RF charging and ambient energy scavenging

RF charging and ambient energy scavenging

This premium article is a brief topic overview of long range wireless charging and ambient energy scavenging efforts based on RF.
Wireless Charging Journal
Aug 11, 2020
NZ Launches World-First Long Range Wireless Power Transmission

NZ Launches World-First Long Range Wireless Power Transmission

Kiwi start-up EMROD has developed the world's first long-range, high-power, wireless power transmission as an alternative to existing copper line technology.
Wireless Charging Journal
Oct 28, 2021
Upcoming Webinar on Sensors and Sensor-Centric 6G Communications

Upcoming Webinar on Sensors and Sensor-Centric 6G Communications

Wednesday 3 November 2021 - Prospects for All Sensors and Preparation for Sensor-Centric 6G Communications in 2022. This webinar reveals progress in 2021 and prospects for 2022, and much more! Register your place on of the three sessions.
Wireless Charging Journal
Oct 11, 2021
3D Printed, Personalised, Wireless Wearables That Never Need a Charge

3D Printed, Personalised, Wireless Wearables That Never Need a Charge

Engineers have developed a type of wearable they call a "biosymbiotic device," which has several unprecedented benefits. Not only are the devices custom 3D-printed and based on body scans of wearers, but they can operate continuously using a combination of wireless power transfer and compact energy storage.
Wireless Charging Journal
Sep 2, 2021
High Power Wireless Vehicle Charging Technology

High Power Wireless Vehicle Charging Technology

The US Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory has licensed its wireless charging technology for electric vehicles to Brooklyn-based HEVO. The system could one day enable electric vehicles to be charged as they are driven at highway speeds.
Wireless Charging Journal
Aug 11, 2021
$100 Million Gift to Fund Space-based Solar Power Project

$100 Million Gift to Fund Space-based Solar Power Project

Caltech is announcing that Donald Bren, chairman of Irvine Company and a lifetime member of the Caltech Board of Trustees, donated over $100 million to form the Space-based Solar Power Project, which is developing technology capable of generating solar power in space and beaming it back to Earth.
Wireless Charging Journal
Jul 28, 2021
OMRON B5L Time-of-Flight Sensor Module for Real-Time 3D Vision in AMR

OMRON B5L Time-of-Flight Sensor Module for Real-Time 3D Vision in AMR

Innovative technology continues to improve and advance the possibilities for autonomous mobile robots (AMR). To view the environment around them, AMRs often require multiple, high-accuracy sensors that can offer stable and reliable detection along with a long life and high durability in a range of environments.
Wireless Charging Journal
Mar 31, 2021
Leveraging the 5G Network to Wirelessly Power IoT Devices

Leveraging the 5G Network to Wirelessly Power IoT Devices

Researchers have uncovered an innovative way to tap into the over-capacity of 5G networks, turning them into "a wireless power grid" for powering Internet of Things devices that today need batteries to operate.
Wireless Charging Journal
Feb 3, 2021
No Cables or Charging Stands with New Wireless Charging Technology

No Cables or Charging Stands with New Wireless Charging Technology

Xiaomi has introduced a brand new form of charging - Mi Air Charge Technology. Revolutionizing the current wireless charging methods, Mi Air Charge Technology enables users to remotely charge electronic devices without any cables or wireless charging stands.
Wireless Charging Journal
Jan 13, 2021
Innovation Award for RFID Temperature Scanning System

Innovation Award for RFID Temperature Scanning System

The wirelessly-powered RFID Temperature Scanning System enables businesses to easily and safely monitor employees' temperatures in support of COVID-19 monitoring protocols.
External Company Press Release
Hyundai Motor Shares Fuel Cell Commercial Vehicle Roadmap

Hyundai Motor Shares Fuel Cell Commercial Vehicle Roadmap

Hyundai Motor Company will host a digital premiere event for the launch of XCIENT Fuel Cell, the world's first mass-produced fuel cell heavy-duty truck, at 10 a.m. KST on Oct. 14.
Wireless Charging Journal
Aug 11, 2020
NZ Launches World-First Long Range Wireless Power Transmission

NZ Launches World-First Long Range Wireless Power Transmission

Kiwi start-up EMROD has developed the world's first long-range, high-power, wireless power transmission as an alternative to existing copper line technology.
Wireless Charging Journal
Oct 25, 2021
Fully Operational Electric Bus Using Wireless Electric Road in Sweden

Fully Operational Electric Bus Using Wireless Electric Road in Sweden

ElectReon announced the successful launch of the first fully operational bus utilizing the company's wireless charging infrastructure in the city of Visby in Gotland, Sweden. Implemented by a consortium of partners, the Smartroad Gotland project began operations in early 2020 and is one of four Electric Road demonstration projects currently being funded by the Swedish Transport Administration, Trafikverket.
External Company Press Release
Cota Real Wireless Power Reaches New Heights

Cota Real Wireless Power Reaches New Heights

From the very beginning, one of Ossia's goals has been to make wireless power as ubiquitous as the electrical socket ... not only in the US, but globally. One of the biggest hurdles to do so is to meet certain regulatory approvals in each country or nation.
Wireless Charging Journal
Aug 23, 2021
Common Solar Tech Can Power Smart Devices Indoors

Common Solar Tech Can Power Smart Devices Indoors

Any time you turn on a light at home or in the office, you are expending energy. But what if flipping the light switch meant producing energy too?
Wireless Charging Journal
Aug 10, 2021
New Printing Technique for Flexible Electronics

New Printing Technique for Flexible Electronics

New technology that enables more efficient and effective transfer printing for electronic devices has been developed by researchers
Wireless Charging Journal
May 21, 2021
Wireless and Battery Free Spintronic Energy Harvester

Wireless and Battery Free Spintronic Energy Harvester

Researchers have demonstrated that an array of electrically connected spintronic devices can harvest a 2.4 GHz wireless signal, which can be used to power and charge small electronic devices and sensors.
External Company Press Release
Worktop Integrated with Wireless Charging Technology

Worktop Integrated with Wireless Charging Technology

Wharf Worktops has mastered a pioneering technique to seamlessly integrate wireless charging technology beneath the surface of its worktops.
Wireless Charging Journal
Jan 29, 2021
Wirelessly Rechargeable Soft Brain Implant Uses Light to Control Cells

Wirelessly Rechargeable Soft Brain Implant Uses Light to Control Cells

Researchers have invented a smartphone-controlled soft brain implant that can be recharged wirelessly from outside the body. It enables long-term neural circuit manipulation without the need for periodic disruptive surgeries to replace the battery of the implant.
Wireless Charging Journal
Dec 9, 2020
Stretchable Micro-Supercapacitors to Self-Power Wearable Devices

Stretchable Micro-Supercapacitors to Self-Power Wearable Devices

An alternative to batteries, micro-supercapacitors are energy storage devices that can complement or replace lithium-ion batteries in wearable devices. Micro-supercapacitors have a small footprint, high power density, and the ability to charge and discharge quickly.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
RF charging and ambient energy scavenging

RF charging and ambient energy scavenging

This premium article is a brief topic overview of long range wireless charging and ambient energy scavenging efforts based on RF.
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