News & Events

Healthcare Americana Podcast: Ossia’s Hatam Zeine on Wireless Tech Tearing Down Barriers

Hatem Zeine Founder, President and CTO of Ossia, a company that creates wireless, over the air power delivery discusses the benefits that this tech has from in-home patients, to me...

Read More

Building a Healthier Future with Real Wireless Power

In providing continuous power to devices in the clinic, at the hospital or at home, the healthcare system can be free to add more devices without having to worry about wires or bat...

Read More

Stacey on IoT Podcast: Cota technology and what this means for the future of real wireless power

On the tail of our FCC approval, CEO Doug Stovall sat down with Stacey Higginbotham to discuss our Cota technology and what this means for the future of real wireless power in the ...

Read More

What True Wireless Power Could Mean for Supply Chains

Less than a quarter of companies offer a proactive supply chain network capable of quickly adapting to disruptions - a major vulnerability exposed by the pandemic. Our Founder, Pre...

Read More

Look to wireless power for secure first party data collection as cookies crumble

Companies able to collect first-party data from apps, subscriptions, and loyalty programs aren’t as reliant on third-party cookies, but businesses that don’t have copious first-par...

Read More

Ossia’s wireless power technology can help hospitals

Hatem Zeine, Founder, President and CTO at Ossia, explains how wireless power technology can help hospitals and assist healthcare professionals.

Read More

An iPhone Without A Charging Port Isn't As Crazy As It Sounds

Ossia, a Washington-based tech company, has also developed a charging system that it claims can power up electronic devices from a distance using RF antenna technology.

Read More

Delivering True Wireless Charging From a Distance

Ossia plugs away at improving the efficiency of its flagship Cota technology to keep devices charged 24/7

Read More

Hatem Zeine Of Ossia On The Future of The Internet of Things (IoT), And How It May Improve Our Health & Our Lives

An Interview With David Leichner. The Internet of Things (IoT) is beginning to become more mainstream. Millions of people use Fitbit health trackers, Nest smart thermostats, and Ri...

Read More

The Connectivity Problem in Smart Homes and Ways to Solve It

Solving the connectivity problem with smart iot sensors with wireless power.

Read More

Sign up for Ossia's Monthly Newsletter