Alex Gruzen talks wireless power at Engadget Expand New York 2014

NEW YORK, NY – CEO, WiTricity Alex Gruzen talked about his contactless wireless power at Engadget Expand New York 2014 in the Javits Center on November 7, 2014 in New York City.

Everyone is familiar with wireless charging but this new charging technology patented by WiTricity can go through concrete walls and at a distance.

This technology has been experimented with since Nikola Tesla in the early 1900s built a wireless-electric transmission tower called the Wardenclyffe Tower but was never fully completed due to loss of funding.

On the WiTricity site it reads toward the bottom of the page:

In 10 years, children won’t even know why we say  wireless, because they would have never known a world that had wires.

Toyota using WiTricty Wireless Charging

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