Untethering the IoT with Long-Range Wireless Power

Presented by

Charles Greene, Ph.D., Chief Operating & Technical Officer, Powercast Corporation

About this talk

In this session, Dr. Charles Greene will be exploring the capabilities and limitations of radio frequency (RF) wireless power technology with a focus on how delivering small amounts of power via radio waves can help unlock the challenge of seemingly impossible IoT implementations. From the basics of RF wireless power systems to the future of battery recharging, this presentation will touch on both high level examples and low-level technical details of wireless power and how this low power technology could be the most scalable way to implement smart devices throughout our public and industrial spaces. You can expect to learn more about: - Radio Frequency (RF) Wireless Power & How it Works - Capabilities and Limitations of RF Wireless Power - RF Wireless Power vs. traditional wireless charging (Qi, Inductive) - Existing Deployments of Wirelessly Powered Sensors - The Future of the IoT and Wireless Battery Charging

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