Toyota hosted its annual Private Measurement Solution Fair at the Toyota HQ in Toyota City from 11.09. – 13.09.
A great event for nok9, as we presented our latest solutions for wireless power: CATS II and RERX.
Thank you for the invitation Toyota!
- Samsung Fast Charge Certification Mandatory if implemented
- First Live demo with Interoperability of Medium Power
WPC1902 was held in Atlanta, Georgia US. With an increasingly high anticipation for the release of Qi version 1.3, the meeting was well attended. The nok9 team participated actively on site in work groups and task forces, contributing to the development and progress of the standard.
During the week nok9 and NXP held the first live demonstration of interoperability with Medium Power systems, providing further proof the progress with the protocol development and one step closer to the future of wirelessly charged laptops.
As announced following the meeting Samsung Fast Charge Certification will be mandatory from July 7th, for any product that implements this proprietary protocol.
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nok9 Research Lab is a service for partners in need of calibrated wireless power measurement equipment for research and development, validation and debugging.
The service is available in Malmö Sweden and in Bay Area US. Test setup include unreleased beta version of Software as well as Hardware and allows the user to develop for the future.
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According to industry reports like the story from Forbes below, it sounds like Apple is finally preparing to release its long-anticipated AirPower wireless power charging pad, which is a big step forward for wireless power.
The nok9 team recently participated in the WPC1803 meeting as part of the 2018 Wireless Power Week (2018WPW), the world’s largest wireless power event, in Montreal, Canada.
This year’s seminars emphasized the growing collaboration between academic and industry experts working on key WPC initiatives focused on the continued growth and integration of wireless power technologies into everyday life.
2018WPW was jointly cosponsored by the IEEE PELS and MTT Societies. For the first time, this event combined three major conferences in the field: IEEE PELS Workshop on Emerging Technologies: Wireless Power (WoW), IEEE MTT-S Wireless Power Transfer Conference (WPTC), and the Wireless Power Congress of the Wireless Power Consortium.