PowerSquare, a start up in the wireless power industry, has introduced an Adaptive Position-Free (APF) system that simultaneously refuels multiple Qi-compatible devices. PowerSquare's new patent-pending system aims to address the challenge of providing charge to more than one device on a large surface.
According to the company, the new system is cost-effective and also works with old and new devices, providing backwards compatibility. The system also meets safety specifications (WPC1.1 FOD) of the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC).
“The wireless power ecosystem now has a cost effective way to collaborate and deliver greater innovation around existing standards to consumers,” says Mr. Pavan Pudipeddi, CEO of PowerSquare.
“Our goal is to partner with developers and create a range of marketable, consumer friendly devices. With combined experience of more than 50 years, the PowerSquare team has been part of the industry’s evolution. We look forward to playing an integral role in its growth moving forward.”
PowerSquare will launch its first self-branded consumer product – Qi Wireless Charging Pad – by December 2014. The company plans to tie up with more players in the wireless segment to provide APF-system based affordable products. Learn more about PowerSquare here.
- Top launches of the week: May 22, 20156 weird inventions that tried too hard
- Top launches of the week: June 5, 2015Top launches of the week: June 12, 2015
- Top launches of the week: May 29, 2015Top stories of the week: May 22, 2015
- Top stories of the week: May 29, 2015The Intel Compute Stick, in pictures
- Top stories of the week : June 12, 2015Top stories of the week: June 5, 2015
- In pictures: ETI Dynamic's Solar Electric Hybrid Vehicle17 upcoming movies of 2015 that have us excited
- 5 great gadget deals under Rs 10,000Top stories of the week: May 15, 2015
- Best tech you can buy on a budgetTop launches of the week: May 15, 2015