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Wireless Power for Drones: Meet the Company Who Wants to Change the Battery Game

Battery life is a limiting factor for commercial drones. This technology company wants to dispatch wireless power for drones.

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Rethinking Wireless Power: A Closer Look at Ossia's Technology

Can a small wireless power startup really use its "RF Holography" technology to charge personal electronics from several meters away, without irradiating their users? Join ED's Lee...

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Medical IoT Devices: Establishing IoT & Wireless-Driven Healthcare & Medical Infrastructure

Healthcare professionals rely on many types of data gathering or health alert systems to monitor a patient's health and vital signs. Most of these systems are limited.

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How IoT, Medical Devices and Wireless Power Will Transform Patient Care for Doctors and Healthcare Providers

Wireless power will empower medical device manufacturers to develop sophisticated, smart IoT systems that will improve patient care and patient lives.

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PSDcast – RF Wireless Tech Receives EU, UK Approvals w/ no Distance Limits

Ossia recently announced that they’ve successfully passed both EU and UK regulatory assessments for Cota-enabled products that send and receive power wirelessly without any distanc...

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Wireless Power Technology Will Lead to Smaller IoT Devices

Ossia has passed both the EU and UK regulatory assessments for its RF based non-line-of-sight, wireless power technology.

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Powering the Wearable Orthopedic Devices of the Future

How wirelessly powered biosensors will completely change the direction of orthopedic medical device innovation.

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Ossia Receives European, U.K. Regulatory Approval for Cota Wireless Power System

Ossia says its Cota technology has met CE and UKCA standards to send and receive power wirelessly without any distance limitations.

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Ossia Gets Approval For Wireless Power Transmitter Without Any Distance Limitations

Ossia’s Cota power-over-wireless technology has just successfully met the standards required for the technology to be used in the EU and UK on Cota-enabled products that send and r...

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Former T-Mobile exec joins board of Redmond wireless power company Ossia

Redmond-based Ossia, which provides wireless power technology, on Thursday announced Michael Morgan and Preston Woo have joined the company's board of directors.

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