The developers of Ossia have created technologyeliminating the eternal confusion with the wires needed to charge mobile devices. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has certified wireless charging technology up to 1 meter away.
Ossia Cota wireless charging beams are transmittedover the air at the same 2.4 GHz frequency used in Wi-Fi networks. However, instead of transmitting data, the radio waves charge the device, which is equipped with an appropriate receiver.
Ossia engineers hope that in the futurefuture technology will allow power to be supplied directly to devices that will no longer need to be plugged into a wall outlet or portable battery. In this case, there is no need to install batteries. Ossia Cota can also help with recharging gadgets such as Internet of Things (IOT) sensors. However, the current certified technology can still provide only about 1 W of power. The first commercial devices based on the use of Ossia technology will appear in 2020, but only at industrial enterprises.