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...
Ossia plugs away at improving the efficiency of its flagship Cota technology to keep devices charged 24/7
Wireless power appeared to make a comeback at CES 2020. Ossia, Wi-Charge, Aira, and Energous show wireless power solutions that eluded Apple.
Cota HOME. The small transmitter can power multiple devices at once, including those on the 5G network, and sets up easily like, thermostats, and cameras.
Retailers replacing price labels with batteryless electronic smart device screens known as Electronic Shelf Labels.
Wireless power that works just like wifi. Ossia is working closely with the FCC and has gained two approvals for it's Cota wireless power technology.
wireless power at a distance. Paves the way for billions of IoT devices and 5G.
The next generation of wireless power works like radio and Wi-Fi, transmitting power as if your device is powered by air. Wireless power transmitters can be standalone devices or b...
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...
Currently, IIoT sensors and devices run on batteries or are fed power through cables, which lead to extra maintenance and infrastructure considerations.