Wireless power over air is geared to reliably and safely power the sensors embedded in billions of IoT devices.
You may have recently heard that the United Kingdom and the European Union have put their stamp of approval on Ossia’s RF-based wireless power over air, Cota.
Wireless charging capabilities are being built in to almost everything … but is wireless electricity safe for everyone? That depends.
Due to the pandemic, Ossia’s traditionally invitation-only annual wireless power conference — called Imagine — that’s usually held in Washington state, went online last year.
Businesses and brands in Europe and the UK can now leverage the full potential of Ossia’s patented wireless power technology.
Building standards have come a long way in reducing risk, increasing safety, and protecting the environment. Wirelessly powered building sensors will multiply those advancements te...
In the not-to-distant future, wireless power will make the challenge of a global or local crisis that much easier to manage.
Cota Real Wireless Power will enable our society to continue to function effectively, even when there’s an unexpected or tragic interruption.
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.
Smarter intelligent buildings with Wireless Power. Internet of things smart sensors provide big data and analysis making buildings more efficient and less costly to run.