WiTricity


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The acquisition will bring over 1,500 patents and patent applications related to wireless charging that WiTricity will own or control.
With deep domain knowledge and engineering expertise, jjPlus has always been developing collaboratively with fundamental technology partners (in Wireless Power, it's WiTricity Corporation) to offer OEMs and ODMs the latest and the best by integrating jjPlus wireless modules into their solutions.
Honda Motor Company (NYSE: HMC), a Japan-based automaker, is launching its Wireless Vehicle-to-Grid system in collaboration with WiTricity, a bi-directional energy management system that is claimed to have the potential to reduce CO2 and create new value for customers.
"WiTricity's wireless charging technology makes it possible to integrate magnetic resonance in today's thin, iconic computing products.
A characteristic example is the mobile Wireless Charging Vehicle (WCV) [13] which, when required, approaches an energy deficient node after a fixed time interval and injects specific amount of energy to the battery through Witricity [11] via a magnetic-resonance based technique.
WiTricity was formed in 2007 to commercialize the HR-WPT technology he and colleagues had developed.
Marin Soljacic, MIT, Professor of Physics, McArthur Fellow, Founder of WiTricity
Key players in the wireless power transmission market include Texas Instruments, Qualcomm Inc., Plugless Power, Murata Manufacturing and Witricity Corp.
In April, TDK acquired a patent portfolio from WiTricity, a Massachusetts-based engineering company.
This wireless power transfer could reduce the amount of batteries that soldiers carry by at least five pounds, according to WiTricity Corp., a wireless technology company involved with the service's effort.