By Rosemarie Szostak, Ph.D.
Originally published September 10, 2018
Running out of battery power in a cell phone is annoying. For a medical device, it can be life-threatening!
Technology has come a long way since the 1890s when Nikola Tesla first envisioned a wireless power transmission system. Twenty years ago, WiFi was first introduced to transmit voice and data wirelessly to consumers and the consumer market never looked back. Will recharging electronics wirelessly become as ubiquitous? A handful of start-up companies are working to do just that.
This report summarizes the state of the art in through-air distance wireless power, and the impact of these disruptive technologies on the market. Read the article here.
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