Wireless power has a broad range of applications in the ICT industry, including smartphones, wearable devices, tablets, electronic vehicles, implantable medical devices, and robots. This report profiles the major wireless power transfer technologies, together with a thorough patent mining analysis to pinpoint major vendors' patent deployment in the field.
List of Topics
- Overview of the major wireless power technologies, including magnetic induction, magnetic resonance, and radio frequency
- A thorough patent analysis was done for 539 patents related to wireless power technologies, with their major sectors, fields, and technology identified and assignees' relative R&D strength and degree of technology independence determined
- Tracking and observing highlights are provided from the perspectives of the industry, technology, and patent, giving vendors a more complete picture of the latest development and future direction of the wireless power industry
Companies and organizations analyzed or mentioned in the report include:
Abbott Diabetes Care, Access Business Group, Apple, Broadcom, ConvenientPower, Creative Kingdoms, Dupont, ETRI, Etymotic Research, Fu Da Tong Technology, Foxconn, General Electric Company, Hanrim Postech, Hewlett-Packard, Humavox, IBM, Intel, LG, Magna Electronics, MediaTek, MIT, Mojo Mobility, National Taipei University of Technology, Navy, Nokia, Omnilectric, Philips, Powercast, Powermat, Powertech, Primax Electronics, Qualcomm, Raytheon Company, Realtek Semiconductor, Rohm, Samsung, Semiconductor Energy Laboratory, SONY, TDK Corporation, Texas Instruments, The Invention Science Fund I, Whirlpool Corporation, WiTricity