There have been a lot of claims by the different wireless power standards groups on efficiency. To solve this problem for the industry-at-large, the WPC commissioned a university study on wireless charging efficiency. The study, performed by Colorado State University (CSU), has been submitted for publication and is now in peer review.
Emirates customers can now stay fully charged with the launch of 30 wireless charging trays for most smartphones in its First Class and Business Class Lounges in Concourse A, B and C in Dubai. With free Wi-Fi in all Emirates Lounges globally, and on nearly 120 aircraft, customers can also stay connected throughout their journey. This new offering is another step in Emirates’ strategic plan to offer greater mobility and connectivity to its customers.
Wireless power vendors demonstrate their latest technology at the WPC wireless power trade show and conference in Stresa, Italy.
This week China got its first wireless charging café, allowing café visitors to top-off their phones, another step towards a battery anxiety-free world.
Qi technology wirelessly powering kitchen appliances at up to 2,000W through 30 mm countertop
Proving once again: there is nothing that the Qi system cannot do.
Watts, two-way communications, backward-compatible resonant and inductive operation, multiple receivers from one transmitter: Qi innovations keep coming.
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