Wireless Power to Become Mandatory in US, Asia, and Beyond

“Is this device Cota®-enabled?” Wireless power demand is growing and will soon be a must-have feature in consumer and commercial electronic products alike.


According to Report Insights, the world is experiencing high market adoption of wireless charging solutions. In fact, their research shows that “The global wireless power transmission market is estimated to register a CAGR of 20.5% during 2022-2030.”[1] That translates to $32.6 billion U.S. by the year 2030, only a little more than 6 years away. Businesses must be prepared. 

Real Wireless Power is power delivered over air and at a distance, without the need for charging pads or batteries. Demand for wirelessly powered products is increasing, due to the drive for sustainability and need for wireless devices in areas with limited wired power networks.

Also, according to the report, “wireless power transmission is anticipated to become mandatory … due to the large-scale technology adoption among consumers as well as businesses.”

Wireless power as differentiator, a competitive advantage, and a capabilities enhancer … these have been expected, and are often firsts as motivators for early adopters. When wireless power transmission becomes mandatory, that completely changes the game. Wireless Transmission of Electricity_Ossia

Real Wireless Power in the Real World

At Ossia, we are already witnessing and responding to the growing demand. From wirelessly powered security cameras to wire-free charging bases and beyond, companies are sprinting to be first in incorporating Real Wireless Power into their products.  

Consumer products may be the first electronic devices that come to mind, but commercial, construction, retail, medical, and IoT all benefit from wireless power over air.

When everyday and essential devices are wireless-power-enabled and batteries are no longer required, consumers and businesses alike will be highly motivated to incorporate wireless power delivery into their spaces.  

At some point, wireless power adoption will be mandatory for a product to survive.

How to Deliver Wireless Power as a Service

Installing wireless power transmission may sound like a complicated process, but it’s no more so than adding wifi access to a building. Cota Real Wireless Power is similar to using a wifi modem; a wireless power transmitter is used to send power over air to multiple Cota-enabled devices within a 30 foot range, using radio waves. No line of sight or user intervention required. Additional transmitters provide additional wireless power coverage.

The best part is, no batteries are needed and the whole system can be managed and secured remotely.

How many hours or labor will businesses save from not requiring a manual replacement of hundreds or thousands of batteries? What new features will businesses develop when battery-energy limitations are lifted, devices are lighter in weight, last longer, and are “always on” without charging or low battery issues?