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Wiferion Enters the North American Market

Headquartered in Germany, Wiferion is a supplier of wireless charging systems for AGVs (Autonomous Ground Vehicles), AMRs (Autonomous Mobile Robots) and other industrial trucks and robots. Wiferion will officially open a new office in Chicago, launching their new North American subsidiary at the ProMat trade show in Chicago on Tuesday, March 21. This new office […]

Renesas to Acquire Panthronics

​Renesas Electronics Corporation (Renesas), a tier one provider of advanced semiconductor solutions and one of the largest providers of wireless charging ICs, has announced that its wholly owned subsidiary has entered an agreement with the shareholders of Panthronics AG (Panthronics), a fabless semiconductor company specializing in high-performance Near-Field Communication (NFC) wireless products. In this agreement […]

Infineon to acquire GaN Systems

​ Infineon Technologies AG and GaN Systems Inc. have announced that they have signed an agreement under which Infineon will acquire GaN Systems. Both Infineon and GaN Systems currently offer a range of GaN (Gallium Nitride) based High Electron Mobility Transistors (HEMTs) that are used in many applications of power electronics and are a quickly […]

HP Adopt Transphorm’s SuperGaN into New 65W Adapter

Chargerlab have released a teardown of the HP 65W Dual USB-C GaN Power Adapter that revealing that HP have designed the SuperGaN Gen IV TP65H300G4LSG 650V GaN FET from Transphorm into the adapter. This GaN power adapter is compatible with both laptops and smartphones. Adoption by a tier one company is a good indicator of Transform’s […]

New Peugeot Inception concept revealed at CES 2023

​Peugeot revealed its new Inception concept at CES 2023 based on the STLA Large platform from parent company Stellantis. The new concept includes many new features that can be expected on future Peugeot cars and comes with the promise of the complete electrification of the Peugeot range. The Inception is also claimed to be able […]

RAM electric pickup inductive charging robot

​RAM, a subsidiary of the automotive group Stellantis, has revealed its new electric RAM pickup concept. Included in the reveal was a robot that takes the place of a wireless charging pad used in most other EV wireless charging solutions. The robot is installed in the area in which the vehicle is to be parked, […]

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