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China will accelerate the promotion of wireless charging technology It was learned from the 2014 China International Information Consumption Expo that the wireless charging technology developed by WPC (Wireless Charging Alliance) will accelerate the pace of promotion. According to reports, at present, WPC has been testing the wireless charging technology into public areas such as cafes. The first wireless charging cafe will open in Beijing in July this year. It is understood that WPC (Wireless Charging Alliance) is currently the world's most widely used and most productized wireless charging technology standards organization. Technically, the development direction of WPC is the coexistence of induction and resonant power supply. Wireless charging technology has become an important benefit for brand manufacturers to create product differences.
London will try wireless charging bus next year London's sophisticated and complex public transport network is second to none in the world. However, due to insufficient charging equipment, even a new hybrid bus with hybrid power will inevitably cause damage to the environment. According to reports, the London Transport Authority (TFL) is working hard to improve this situation - to build a new station charging facility, and is expected to begin testing of new wireless charging bus stations on the streets of London next year. Although public transportation in London is still advancing towards high-tech roads, at present, buses and trains here do not make the ultimate in environmental protection. London Transport has deployed 800 hybrid buses and a small amount
Is it necessary to charge the charging line? Where is the future of wireless charging? Most people go to Starbucks for three purposes: drinking coffee, wiping Wi-Fi, and charging your phone. The problem, however, is that the first two purposes are easier to implement, and the number of seats near the charging outlet is limited. In case you encounter a few customers who are occupying the seat charge, then you should wait. As the number of intelligent terminals owned by individuals continues to increase, how to charge these terminals more conveniently becomes a major direction for the industry to explore. According to the US market research and research company IHS survey, about 70% of smartphones charge at least one phone every day, and 30% charge 2 times a day.
No longer need to "specify a time to charge" Starbucks said recently that it will set up 100,000 "PowermatSpot" free wireless charging stations in 7,500 stores including the US Teavana tea bar, and start testing from the Los Angeles Bay Area. In the future, consumers will get rid of the power outlet, and only need to put the mobile phone on the special equipment of the desktop to realize the charging of the mobile phone. The “Powermat” looks like a small black disc, which can continuously emit low power, which is convenient for consumers to enjoy the coffee while charging the various mobile intelligent terminals. Powermat was founded by Israeli entrepreneur RanP in 2006