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.
A3 President Jeff Burnstein joins The Robot Report Podcast to discuss North American robot shipments, which surged in Q1 2021.
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…
WiBotic said it has received the first FCC authorization for up to 300 watts of wireless power transmission for robots, drones, underwater vehicles, and industrial automation.
WiBotic said its wireless charging system is cost-effective and easy to install, enabling Magni users to upgrade to wireless power for highly reliable and fully autonomous operations.
WiBotic, a leader in wireless charging for mobile robots, said it plans to use its investment to expand its product offerings and enhance customer support.