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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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The True Cost of Wireless Power

Real wireless power is power delivered over air, without wires or charging pads, to a device or sensor automatically, without any user intervention. It can be managed and secured v...

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What The Future Of IoT And 5G May Look Like

5G And IoT In Industry. An IoT device is a simple piece of technology, with a small computing unit, memory, sensing/display capability, communication and power. When deployed in la...

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It’s Time to Build an Internet of Health

The Internet of Things is already transforming industries by creating streams of data that yield insights businesses can use to improve efficiency, reduce costs, or create value. A...

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Health Professional Radio Ossia – Internet of Health (IoH)

Internet of Health (IoH) built from networks of Internet of Things (IoT) devices that could create a nationwide approach to the prevention and early detection of diseases using the...

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The Future of the IIoT Depends on Wireless Power

IIoT cannot reach its potential without wireless power. The new paradigms of manufacturing will require a new paradigm of electrification.

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How IoT Can Transform Brick-and-Mortar Shopping

Internet of things (IoT) enthusiasts often discuss connected technologies as ends in themselves rather than means to ends. And whereas many IoT solutions are all about amassing dat...

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