What’s the best way to learn what’s possible with wireless power? Listening about it directly from the inventor of the wireless power technology that has just received its 4th CES award in a row: Hatem Zeine.
Hatem, Ossia Founder and CTO, will be speaking live at Nokia’s OpEN Talks, December 13, at 4pm CET. It’s an honor to be invited by Nokia, especially considering their dedication to “creating the technologies at the heart of our connected world.”
In addition to being an inventor, Hatem is an inspiring scientist and technologist, and plans to discuss real wireless power, how it works, its use cases, and how it compares to other power delivery methods in this talk.
If you’ve been researching the latest wireless power technologies, you know that they are not all the same. Most people think of wireless power as a portable device, like an electric toothbrush or smartphone, that requires a plugged-in charging pad, mat, or stand to receive power. Others believe it can only be achieved over short distances with no interferences from objects or movement.
Real wireless power, like Cota, is different. Hatem will explain how real wireless power can be delivered over distance without plugs, wires, or charging pads. It can power multiple devices in motion and around corners, with no line of sight is required.
The opportunities for applying real wireless power in business and cities are endless. The automotive, medical, commercial building, retail, industrial, smart city development, and other organizations are already making plans to incorporate wireless power in their current and future devices.
Cota wireless power technology can be built into virtually any small device and activated, managed, and monitored -- safely and securely -- via the cloud. We haven’t even begun to think about all the ways different objects could connect and communicate to make our lives safer, more productive, and more informed, with wireless power.
The webinar will be recorded and available for playback on www.ossia.com after the live webinar.
We hope this webinar gives you inspiration for leveraging wireless power in your industry and organization.