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Chargifi launches self-healing wireless charging as a service

Wireless charging has been gaining ground gradually for some years, and was given a big boost last month when Apple decided to support the WPC would-be standard, Qi. But Chargifi, which is backed by Intel Capital, is looking to push the model several steps further, with its ‘charging-as-a-service’ approach. The firm has announced an IoT Platform for charging management. This gives service providers and systems integrators a tool to monitor charging infrastructure out in the wild, and use the analytics gathered by the platform to spot and correct outages or broken equipment before the equipment tarnishes a customer experience. As many of Chargifi’s customers are customer-facing brands, uptime is vital to retaining their brand reputation. At the recent WPC conference…

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