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Wireless Charging for Drones

Drones face a significant operating challenge—their limited battery capacity places a constraint on their flight time. More flexible and efficient recharging solutions can address this issue. A 4-year old startup, WiBotic, now has funding to explore this avenue. WiBotic designs and manufactures solutions to charge robot and drone batteries. WiBotic offers power optimization and wireless charging solutions for mobile, aerial, marine, and industrial robots. Their Adaptive Matching technology Read more [...]

Wireless Charging and Electric Vehicles

In our daily lives, we are increasingly using wireless products. At the same time, researchers are also working on newer trends in charging electric vehicles wirelessly. With more countries now implementing regulations for fuel economy and pushing initiatives for replacing fossil-fuel based vehicles with those driven by electricity, automotive manufacturers have focused their targets on development of electric vehicles. On one hand there are technological advancements on lithium-ion batteries and Read more [...]

QSCR: Using A Wireless Hotspot To Charge Your Phone

Using the smartphone is always a pleasant experience, until the charge runs out. The only option left is to plug the phone into a charging arrangement, usually a mains-operated power supply that connects to the phone by a USB cable. The main disadvantage of this method is it limits the freedom of mobility of the phone until it is charged up again. That leaves people to wonder as to how long before smartphones could be charged wirelessly same as everyone uses Wi-Fi to link to the Internet.

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Light up for Wireless Charging

Wi-Charge, a wireless charging company from Israel, has demonstrated a light-based charger at the Mobile World Congress. Along with other few existing wireless charging methods, the Wi-Charge method of charging provides an alternative to support background charging across longer distances compared to those offered by existing rivals. Wi-Charge develops receivers and transmitters that utilize laser light for charging a wide range of devices. The transmitters are typically shaped to fit into wall or Read more [...]