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Ossia and Major Appliance Maker Galanz Create Commercial Partnership to Bring Wireless Power to the Home

Wireless power home appliances and consumer products. The partnership brings wireless power to home appliances developing more connected Smart Homes IoT

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Walmart (WMT) Will Adopt Wireless Charging for IoT after FCC Greenlight

FCC approved wireless power asset tracking solution. Wirelessly charge asset tracking devices from a distance in Walmart distribution centers.

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Ossia Readies Wireless Power for IoT Asset Tracking at Walmart

FCC approved wireless power asset tracking solution. Wirelessly charge devices from a distance in a home, office, or vehicle — much like a Wi-Fi router.

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FCC green-lights Ossia’s asset tracking solution

FCC approved wireless power asset tracking solution. Wirelessly charge devices from a distance in a home, office, or vehicle — much like a Wi-Fi router.

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Wireless Asset Tracker System Receives FCC Certification

FCC approved wireless power asset tracking solution. Wirelessly charge devices from a distance in a home, office, or vehicle — much like a Wi-Fi router.

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Ossia Receives Second FCC Certification

FCC approved wireless power asset tracking solution. Wirelessly charge devices from a distance in a home, office, or vehicle — much like a Wi-Fi router.

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Another FCC Authorization for Ossia

FCC approved wireless power asset tracking solution. Wirelessly charge devices from a distance in a home, office, or vehicle — much like a Wi-Fi router.

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Ossia, E-PEAS and E Ink to Develop Wirelessly-Powered Electronic Paper Displays for IoT

Electronic paper displays used in electronic shelf labels (ESLs) for retailers, digital signage, logistics tags and distributed sensor networks.

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Ossia, E-PEAS & E Ink Collaborate on Wirelessly Powered Electronic Paper Displays for IoT

Electronic paper displays used in electronic shelf labels (ESLs) for retailers, digital signage, logistics tags and distributed sensor networks.

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Ossia, E Ink and E-PEAS Develop Wirelessly-Powered EPD

Electronic paper displays used in electronic shelf labels (ESLs) for retailers, digital signage, logistics tags and distributed sensor networks.

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