What’s Next For In-Vehicle Wireless Charging with guest Josh Yank

by | May 11, 2022 | Podcast

In this episode Host, Sanjay Gupta asks the question, what’s next for in-vehicle wireless charging? Did you know that in our automobiles, electronics drive everything? These days, our vehicles often have an excess of 100 tiny computers and over 3000 chips? These deliver all the fancy new features we love cameras and sensors, auto-dimming, rearview mirrors, blind-spot monitoring, auto braking, Lane control, self-parking and self-driving, and even mood lighting, and automatic wipers. All of these electronics demand the delivery of power throughout the vehicle. Joining us is guest Josh Yank, CEO of Yank Technologies. Yank Technologies is a wireless power innovator based in Brooklyn, New York. Josh and his team are working on a unique and innovative way to deliver power wirelessly.

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