nok9 recently announced RERX as its latest innovation and the industry’s first automotive reference receiver designed to meet the global requirements of automotive standards for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and the recommendations of the Wireless Power Consortium/Automotive Application Group (WPC/ AAG).
RERX from nok9 is the industry’s first wireless power automotive reference receiver designed to meet the global requirements of automotive standards for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and the recommendations of the Wireless Power Consortium Automotive Application Group (WPC/AAG).
Eurofins Digital Testing is committed to providing its customers with the most advanced and rigorous testing facilities available. To this end, they have invested in the CATS II system, acknowledged throughout the industry to be the most comprehensive wireless power certification tool.
We are excited to announce the addition of Tony Francesca to our senior leadership team as Vice President and General Manager. Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, Tony has joined nok9 to accelerate our global expansion at a time when the wireless charging market is poised for high growth.
At this year’s CES, we introduced EVA III, the industry’s first comprehensive set of evaluation and compliance tools designed for performance testing and evaluation of wireless power devices within the emerging Cordless Kitchen specification from the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC).
nok9 joined over 300 members of the Wireless Power Consortium in San Francisco for the Qi Developer Conference and Wireless Power Tradeshow hosted by Apple. Our team participated in the Plugfest and IOP sessions, working with other industry leaders on the evolving Qi product design, testing, safety, regulatory and certification guidelines.
nok9 joined IDT, NXP, Intertek, ST, Gotrend and Wyless to present the Qi Wireless Charging solution and market opportunities.
nok9 showed strong support at yet another WPC meeting, this time hosted by HTC in Taipei, from August 31 to September 1.
Developer Alain Favre based in France has created a new wireless battery pack specifically for the Xbox One controller.