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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...

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The Connectivity Problem in Smart Homes and Ways to Solve It

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

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Ossia’s Wireless Power: The Most Revolutionary Technology You’ve Never Heard Of

Ossia is a fascinating company and technology. What Ossia sells is a wireless power solution that, unlike the inductive wireless technology currently being used for devices and ele...

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Wireless Power is Already Changing the World

It may sound like futuristic technology from a sci-fi movie to many people, but wireless power is already transforming the logistics industry, and soon it will improve healthcare a...

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FCC Issues First Approval of Wireless Power Transfer with No Distance Limits to Ossia's Cota® Technology

Ossia announces that its Cota® wireless power technology has been approved by the FCC for use in the United States without any distance limitation.

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Ossia's Cota Technology Earns FCC Approval for Wireless Power Transfer with No Distance Limits

Ossia, a company that created Cota Real Wireless Power — the patented technology that delivers power over-the-air, at a distance, and without the need for line-of-sight announced t...

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Ossia’s FCC Approved Wireless Power Transfer Carries New Power and Safety Options to Smart Homes Everywhere

Ossia Cota wireless power technology is first to receive FCC approval of wireless power transfer with no distance limits in the United States.

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Wireless power could be key to realizing sustainable 5G-enabled smart cities

The Internet of Things (IoT), which is currently estimated to connect well over 10 billion devices, is expected to grow rapidly in a 5G environment, CISCO estimates an excess of 50...

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How Wireless Power Is Up-Leveling Industrial IoT

Sensors are used to generate data in manufacturing, oil & gas, and agriculture, among other use cases, but a significant barrier prevents wider application.

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Delivering Wireless Power to Table Tops, Mobile Devices, and More

Ossia implements a wirelessly powered table using its wireless power technology. Find out how it works.

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