|By Business Wire||
|September 2, 2014 10:28 AM EDT||
WiTricity, the industry pioneer in wireless power transfer over distance, today announced that it will be holding a one-hour webinar on Wednesday, September 10 at 1 p.m. ET to offer registrants an introduction to the fundamentals of the company’s highly resonant wireless power transfer technology. This webinar underscores the company’s commitment to educate registrants about its transformative technology and will point to how WiTricity will disrupt vertical markets spanning consumer electronics, automotive, medical and military applications.
WiTricity’s VP of Research and Product Development, Morris Kesler, Ph.D., and VP of Product Management and Marketing, Kaynam Hedayat, will provide viewers with a technical overview of the fundamentals of highly resonant wireless power transfer and its benefits over other wireless power systems, including spatial freedom, multi-device support and installation flexibility. Kesler and Hedayat will also give insight into the current state of the wireless power market and respond to participant queries during the Q&A portion of the webinar.
"As the inventors of highly resonant wireless power transfer, we feel it is our responsibility to educate the market on how our technology differs from what else is out there, and what is possible when it comes to implementation," said Kesler. "Our hope is that this webinar will provide the basics of WiTricity’s technology to those interested and inspire innovators across the globe to use it to bring new and exciting applications to market."
WiTricity Corporation provides the foundational technology to enable wireless power transfer over distance using magnetic resonance. Through deep domain expertise, a strong IP portfolio and an extensive reference design library, WiTricity works with innovative companies to incorporate WiTricity technology in their products and solutions. With a growing list of global licensees in the consumer electronics, automotive, medical devices and defense industries, the company has emerged as the leader in wireless power transfer over distance. For more information, visit www.witricity.com, or follow WiTricity on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+ and YouTube.
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