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Two startups trying to bring wireless power to the IoT

Connected sensors and devices need over-the-air or self-contained power that can work for years without a person needing to touch the device.

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Ossia Unveils Cota HOME Wireless Power Solution at CES 2020

Cota HOME Wireless Power Transmitter. Designed to easily fit within a home, home office, or small business environment to power multiple devices.

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The Power Problem Holding Back Supply Chain Digitization

Ossia's will pilot its wireless power technology, Cota, with Walmart. Selected to participate in the Plug and Play Northwest Arkansas Supply Chain Program,

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No new batteries needed: start-ups bringing wireless power to devices

Retailers replacing price labels with batteryless electronic smart device screens known as Electronic Shelf Labels.

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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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Ossia, E-PEAS & E Ink announce wireless collaboration

Wireless power will be a key enabler to the extensive use of smart display solutions in IoT such as electronic shelf labels for retailers & digital signage

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Ossia, E-PEAS, and E Ink Partnership Develops Wirelessly Powered Electronic Paper Displays

Batteryless electronic paper displays. Smart display solutions in IoT electronic shelf labels for retailers, digital signage and logistics tags

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Wireless Charging Battery Boost for IoT Designs

Wireless charging batteries. Power IoT devices and sensors with wireless power. No batteries needed.

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Wireless Will Rule the 5G Economy

wireless power at a distance. Paves the way for billions of IoT devices and 5G.

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Ossia and T-Mobile pilot wireless-charging asset trackers in Walmart warehouses

Real Wireless Power has arrived. Ossia and T-Mobile team up to pilot wireless-charging asset trackers in Walmart warehouses. First-of-its-kind, wirelessly powered internet of thin...

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