By eliminating proprietary connectors and technologies, Scythe said this move ensures lower charging costs, greater ease of use, and expanded access to charging facilities.
As robots spread from factories to field applications, developers face many challenges, but wireless charging can help, says WiBotic.
Nabtesco, a leading Japanese engineering company, is now selling WiBotic’s wireless charging solutions for robots in Japan.
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DIN power supply provider PULS Power acquires the wireless power business of Wiferion, to create a new PULS Wireless division.
Under the contract, Yank Tech will develop wireless charging systems in kilowatt ranges for autonomous vehicles on the Moon.
Powermat Technologies announced its PMT350 600W wireless power platform for mid-power industrial, micro-mobility, robotics, medical and telecom applications.
Tesla has plans to acquire Wiferion, a source who wished to remain anonymous told The Robot Report.
Wiferion has announced the release of the etaLINK 1000, the latest and smallest edition to its line of robot charging systems.
CaPow’s autonomous, battery-free, high-power energy eco-system frees robots from harmful Lithium-Ion batteries. Without robot downtime for charging, the company’s method reduces CapEx, OpEx, and carbon footprint.
Wiferion is a provider of mobile, wireless power supplies for AGVs and AMRs.
Powermat said the system offers up to 300W of power and eliminates the need for direct contact with pogo-pins entirely.
Powermat develops wireless charging based on magnetic induction. Its platform for robotics provides up to 600W of wireless power.
The i-BMS features battery hot swapping functionality and advanced software to maximize battery use and increase a robot’s uptime.
Varta’s new online monitoring dashboard is designed for its modular smart batteries that work with driverless transport systems.
LaunchPoint Electric Propulsion Solutions collaborated with Offshore Aviation for a successful 90 minute flight trial of the Dragonfly quadcopter.
WiBotic launches new passively cooled onboard charger and two transmitters that use the latest GaN technology for maximum efficiency
Once a Jackal or Husky robot navigates to within several centimeters of a charging station, power is automatically delivered through the air.
WiBotic, a Seattle-based developer of wireless charging and power-optimization systems for robots, today launched fleet energy management software called Commander. It can help robotics users visualize, configure, and optimize delivery of energy throughout their fleet of robots or drones. Commander offers a visual display of charger availability and status, and historical information about which chargers…
WiBotic, which has developed wireless charging systems for mobile robots, aerial drones, and lunar systems, has joined the Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing Institute.
Battery life is an issue for many types of robots. But it is especially challenging for robots operating in outer space. A new initiative under NASA’s “Tipping Point” program hopes to solve this and make smaller robots available for missions that weren’t within reach before, including night missions on the moon. NASA awarded a $5.8…
Spain-based drone maker Quaternium and fuel-injection system provider Löweheiser said they have set a new endurance record for hybrid-powered aerial drones by combining technologies in the HYBRiX system.