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Energous and Ossia prep CES for long-range wireless charging

IoT devices are still largely plagued by concerns over battery life, but two companies offering long-range wireless charging will be hoping that CES sets the stage for their success – with Ossia publishing its tech as a standard for other businesses to adopt and license, and Energous winning FCC approval for its WattUp system. For Ossia, it has announced the launch of what it calls a global standard for wireless power, pitching its Cota technology as the solution to the problem of charging devices in motion, without line of sight, and at a distance. The Cota Standard 1.0 has been released to OEMs, and Ossia will be hoping that leads to some lucrative licensing revenue, as these device developers add…

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