How Wireless Power Enables the Rise of Machines with guest Cesar Johnston

by | May 11, 2022 | Podcast

Join Host Sanjay Gupta and guest Cesar Johnston, CEO of Energous, as they dive into the question, how does wireless power enable the rise of the machines? Our world is full of an escalating number of Internet-connected devices. In fact, they will soon outnumber humans five to one. The reality is that humans are not the number one thing connected to the Internet anymore. For many years, our technology has been designed and deployed with human use in mind. But times have changed and now billions of devices and sensors need to function autonomously, wirelessly, and free of required human maintenance and intervention. Wireless power systems are crucial in powering IoT devices, electronic shelf labels, and RF Tags, among many other things.

Is Wireless Power Really Green with guest Trish Thomas

Welcome to our World Without Wires Podcast. This episode introduces Trish Thomas, the global head of marketing for AirFuel Alliance. A global coalition of companies establishing standards for wireless charging technology. Today she will be talking with Host Dr. Sanjay...

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Recapping Wireless Power at CES 2022

While this year's CES was dampened by the pandemic relapse, it still provided a podium for breakout tech-leaders to showcase their advancements and preview the year ahead in tech. At AirFuel Alliance, the main question we ask is “What do the products featuring...

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Wireless Charging in the Big Apple

A Recap of our November Event in New York City On November 18th, a surprising 70 degree fall day in New York, AirFuel Alliance hosted a highly-curated networking event for wireless power industry executives and insiders. After long months of COVID isolation, it was...

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Is Wireless Power Transfer Safe?

With the increase in consumer electronic devices and the requirement to be ever more mobile, the topic of wireless power transfer safety and RF exposure has become increasingly important. In the following post we answer frequently asked questions related to the safety...

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Wireless Power Week 2021 Highlights

On June 1-4, 2021, virtual attendees gathered for the IEEE Wireless Power Week 2021, co-sponsored by the IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society (MTT-S) and Power Electronics Society (PELS). Wireless Power Week 2021 included the IEEE Wireless Power Transfer...

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