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In an interview with, Jim Buczkowski, Ford’s director of electrical and electronics research, said America’s number two automaker has decided on a wireless charging strategy as well, though he declined to provide specific details. Ford has said previously that the technology was not ready.


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The Alliance for Wireless Power, more commonly known as A4WP, are one such group. They’re backing technology known as Rezence, and we asked A4WP president Dr. Kamil Grajsky for his thoughts on how it will succeed in bringing wireless charging to the masses in a way that other projects have failed to.


Reflecting the stability and maturity of its magnetic resonance technology for wireless power transfer, the Alliance for Wireless Power is pleased to make the Rezence Baseline System Specification Version 1.2.1 (BSS v1.2.1) available to the public.

  • Membership base expands beyond cellphone and smartphone sector
  • Rising mobile network operator and consumer electronics interest
  • Only industry-sponsored resonant wireless charging specification from 1-50W+
  • CES technology showcase to include a variety of Rezence™ devices and charging surfaces, including the addition of intelligent wireless charging