Ossia is super happy to announce its new partnership with Hogwarts Inc. for the integration of Ossia’s Cotta™ Unreal Wireless Power to their devices for students, and teachers at t...
The advent of RF wireless power at a distance is upon us. The promise is to power our electronic devices from many feet away.
In 2021, there are 8-10 billion IoT devices in the world. Several sources predict that number will jump to more than 24 or 25 billion in just 9 years.
Induction charging, predominantly Qi , or contact charging, is everywhere. The technology has essentially been around for more than 100 years.
How do you define efficiency, and will wireless power be efficient enough for your business purposes? Ossia CTO, Hatem Zeine, a physicist and inventor of RF-based wireless power, provides some insight on how best to assess efficiency.
Understanding wireless power efficiency and total cost of ownership (TCO) for room motion sensors and smartphones.
How Automotive Electronics Will Be Transformed by Wireless Power
Leveraging wireless power to run automotive electronics and sensors. Wireless Power helps solve wiring harness limitations and reduce vehicle weight.