Wireless Power Tradeshow and Seminar in London

16 Feb - 17 Feb 2017
Hyatt Regency, London, UK

The Wireless Power London Tradeshow and seminar brings together leading researchers, technologists, industry professionals, academics and company heads from within the field of wireless power, with the aim of accelerating scientific discoveries and challenging current assumptions regarding the growth and adoption of wireless power across a wide range of applications.

A recent global survey conducted by the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) revealed the significant value consumers place on wireless charging, indicating a high degree of satisfaction with available products and the near-term potential for faster consumer adoption. Demand for wirelessly charged products grew by more than 150% in 2015 according to IHS and they predict that the market will continue to double every year in the next few years.

Success in this market depends, not only on delivering power, but also on delivering it safely, efficiently, and without electro-magnetic interference with other products. And at low cost, of course.

The Qi developers forum (16th February 13:00 – 21:00) is an opportunity to learn how to design products that are safe and efficient, with minimal cost, using proven components.

The seminar (17th February 08:30am – 12:00pm) will provide visitors with a chance to hear more about the latest technical developments, presented by international experts, and to see the latest market research, presented by IHS on the phenomenal growth and potential for wireless power.

Visitors will also to test the latest equipment and services in real-life settings across a range of sectors from automotive to hospitality.

This will be a great opportunity to generate visionary commentary and analysis and talk to experts around the world about some of the provocative topics coming out of the conference.

Menno Treffers Chairman of the Wireless Power Consortium, said: “The London seminar and tradeshow will provide a platform for the entire supply chain to gather, exchange ideas and find business solutions during this exciting and pivotal period for wireless charging.

“Top brands -- from BMW to Toyota, from IKEA to Verizon Wireless, Samsung to LG – are choosing to include Qi wireless charging in their products or at places where people need to remain always charged. There are now more than 60 models of cars, 4,000 public locations including McDonald’s in Europe, and Starbucks in Germany, 80 models of smartphones and 900+ certified and tested wireless charging accessories (for iPhone and Android) now available.”

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