Ossia’s CotaⓇ is FCC-approved to deliver power over air at any distance in the US
Wireless power will provide energy equity and accessibility for people who are limited physically or environmentally
The big question: how much will wireless power impact our society, economy, and environment in the next few years? Or will batteries and wires continue to reign?
Whenever a new technology is introduced, it’s exciting news, but not nearly as exciting as knowing how it will be adopted in the real world.
At the end of each year, we always evaluate which wireless power topics appear to be the most interesting to our readers, so we can continue to write about what interests them the ...
The Ossia team has been monitoring the COVID-19 updates and watching the CDC guidelines closely. The CTA team has been working hard to put into place multiple precautions to help e...
If you’ve spent any time at all in a hospital, as a patient or visitor, you are familiar with the beeping, blinking patient monitors in the rooms.
If you were able to attend the 5th annual wireless power conference, Imagine, in October, you likely have a notebook full of ideas and notes.
The advent of RF wireless power at a distance is upon us. The promise is to power our electronic devices from many feet away.
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.