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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...

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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

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Apple Couldn't Crack Wireless Charging. These Companies Think They Can.

Wireless power appeared to make a comeback at CES 2020. Ossia, Wi-Charge, Aira, and Energous show wireless power solutions that eluded Apple.

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Ossia Announces New Cota Design

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.

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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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Going Wireless

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.

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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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How wireless charging will power your smartphone through the air

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...

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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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Five Ways the IIoT Benefits from Wireless Power

Currently, IIoT sensors and devices run on batteries or are fed power through cables, which lead to extra maintenance and infrastructure considerations.

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