Energous Corporation (Nasdaq: WATT) a leading developer of RF-based charging for wireless power networks, today announced that the company will be demonstrating its advanced wireless power network technology and WattUp-powered partner products at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2022), taking place January 5-8, 2022 in Las Vegas, NV. Energous will have a booth presence (#51965) on the show floor at the Venetian Expo Hall, formerly the Sands Convention Center.
“Energous’ global ecosystem of wireless power transfer technology has been rapidly growing following a number of recent regulatory approvals and key partnerships as well as recognition from CES, which recently named our WattUp technology a CES 2022 Innovation Awards honoree in two categories,” said Cesar Johnston, Chief Executive Officer of Energous Corporation. “The Energous team is thrilled to showcase our award-winning technologies in-person and on the show floor at CES 2022.”
The annual electronics show is hosted by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) and the 2022 event will be held in person and virtually, giving individuals on a global scale access to the world’s most innovating industry leaders and technologies. In November, Energous’ WattUp wireless charging technology was named a CES® 2022 Innovation Awards Honoree for two categories: Embedded Technology as well as Sustainability, Eco-Design & Smart Energy.
Energous’ award-winning technology will be featured at its booth alongside partner products and technology integrations with many of the following partners.
Steve Statler, SVP of Marketing at Wiliot: “Our ongoing partnership with Energous continues to accelerate with the demonstration of Energous’ 1W WattUp PowerBridge, which delivers reliable and guaranteed levels of power to our IoT Pixel tags for retail, medical, warehousing, home, and industrial applications. We welcome CES 2022 attendees to visit the Energous booth to see our IoT Pixel tags energized by Energous’ WattUp PowerBridge.”
Bob Friday, VP and CTO of Juniper Networks’ AI-Driven Enterprise business. “We are excited about our partnership with Energous and their WattUp Wireless Power Networks technology. We look forward to demonstrating how Juniper Mist hardware works alongside WattUp PowerBridge technology to enable a wide range of IoT BLE energy harvesting deployments.”
Kurt Busch, CEO of Syntiant: “Syntiant’s Neural Decision Processors help reduce cloud computing costs by enabling AI interfaces at the edge while increasing privacy, reliability, responsiveness and battery life. We share a similar perspective with Energous that much of tomorrow’s innovation will happen at the edge with billions of intelligent Internet-connected devices. Our collaboration explores the benefits of consistent wireless power by deriving energy from ambient sources through Energous’ leading WattUp PowerBridge technology.”
Geoffroy Gosset, CEO and co-founder of e-peas: “Back in February of 2021, we announced our ongoing partnership with Energous to develop an evaluation board that combines our power management IC technology with Energous’ RF-based solution to support a wide range of at-a-distance wireless charging applications. We’re looking forward to highlighting and showcasing our partnership on the floor at one of the most influential technology events in the world.”
Srinivas Pattamatta, VP of marketing & business development at Atmosic Technologies: “As the global IoT ecosystem expands, devices will require power from ambient sources to remain operational, and together Atmosic’s and Energous’ technology can enable this. At the upcoming CES 2022 event, individuals will be able to attend live demonstrations of the industry’s first interoperability for RF-based energy harvesting technology which combines Energous’ WattUp technology with our ATM3 Series Ultra-Low Power Bluetooth chipset.”
M. Emin AGAC, CEO of EarTechnic: “We previously announced that our company selected WattUp to wirelessly charge our hearing device, Tie-X. At the 2022 CES event, Energous will be demonstrating how Tie-X wireless charging capabilities alleviate the struggles of tiny hearing aid batteries, a critical challenge for many users with such a small form factor.”
Esther Gokhale, founder at the Gokhale Method: “With more people working from home than ever before, back pain is on the rise and our FCC-approved Gokhale PostureTracker powered by Energous’ WattUp wireless charging technology can provide relief to many sufferers. We are eager to show the medical sensor and its wireless charging capabilities to CES attendees.”