And it’s called WiGL (pronounced “wiggle”). The race to bring WiGL-enabled touchless Wireless Power Transfer (tWPT) and networks into our living rooms has begun.
Ditch cords and wires. Power your devices on the move or recharge your battery while using your device—and that’s just scratching the surface. WiGL is partnering with pioneers in the field of wireless power to rapidly bring their products to market, on a WiGL enabled network. WiGL is hardware agnostic.
WiGL’s patented technologies allow you to pick a wireless power network the same way you pick a WiFi provider. Cut the cords and wirelessly power your devices on the move.
WiGL-enabled (Partner) transmitters turn AC power into wireless power grids that target power to a number of devices, such as laptops, phones, televisions, security systems and more.
For a number of applications—from drones to ambulances to military units—essential power is made available worldwide via WiGL-enabled transmitters made by WiGL partners. These transmitters can be embedded in streets, on light poles, on satellites and more.
In our rapidly evolving, perpetually connected Internet of Things age, electronic devices are more prevalent than ever. And with that comes a need for constant, efficient access to power. WiGL’s partners and competitors are aggressively building the touchless, wireless ecosystem of tomorrow.
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The networked WiGL-enabled (Partner) transmitters enable a directed WiGL signal to a known receiver.
The network of transmitters then route one or more directed WiGL signals to a known receiver.
The WiGL-enabled receiver then converts the EMR or RF signal into DC to harvest the power.
The received power is then stored or used to power the device.
WiGL-enabled network meet FCC approval.
WiGL’s partners have certified transmitters that have been FCC and UL approved.
WiGL didn’t invent wireless power. We are simply the glue that makes it work.