Energous Corporation and e-peas designed a Wireless Energy Harvesting Assessment Kit with two e-peas evaluation boards and Energous' FCC-approved 1W WattUp PowerBridge.
Energous and Flagship Announce First Retail Deployment of Wirelessly Powered Wiliot IoT Pixel Tags Energized by WattUp PowerBridges - NewsAugust 08, 2022
Energous Corporation and Flagship announced the first retail deployment of Wiliot Internet of Things (IoT) Pixel smart tags energized by WattUp PowerBridges has been deployed at a retail store in Sydney. All tags in the deployment are energized by multiple Energous WattUp PowerBridges.
Wireless technology has come a long way since its inception in the late 1920s to the development of Bluetooth in the early 1990s. There are various pros and cons regarding the scalability and efficiency of such wireless systems.
Energous and Atmosic Announce Evaluation Kit Supporting Over-the-Air Wireless Power Transfer Solutions - NewsMarch 31, 2022
Energous Corporation and Atmosic Technologies announced the Wirelessly-Charged Sensor Evaluation Kit featuring Atmosic's ATM3 energy harvesting Bluetooth Low Energy System-on-Chip (SoC) solution and Energous' FCC-certified 1W WattUp PowerBridge transmitter.
Energous Corporation announced that its 900MHz 1W Active Energy Harvesting transmitter technology has received U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Part 15 grant of equipment authorization for wireless power transfer at any distance.
Energous and TAGnology Partner to Bring Over-The-Air Wireless Power Solutions to European Customers - NewsSeptember 07, 2021
Energous Corporation announced a partnership with TAGnology RFID GmbH, a European provider of wireless technology, contactless identification, and RTLS (real time location system) solutions serving a range of applications from industrial, medical, automotive, to Internet of Things (IoT).
Energous Announces Active Energy Harvesting Developer Kit Supporting Over-the-Air Wireless Charging - NewsJuly 14, 2021
Energous Corporation announced the availability of its 5.5W Active Energy Harvesting Developer Kit, to enable at-a-distance wireless charging for the industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and other connected devices.