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  • UWB is experiencing explosive growth fueled by its recent adoption in leading smartphone brands, with ABI Research forecasting annual shipments of nearly 1 billion devices by 2025. / New Electronics
  • Requiring low-power indoor APs to operate under the control of an AFC system will add complexity and increase the cost of low-power indoor RLAN operation. / Industry Canada
  • With OpenRoaming, users will be able to experience the speed, power and simplicity of one of the most advanced wireless networks in the world. / Future of Work Commission
  • Hitachi-ABB power grids will be supplying wireless charging system to bus manufacturer Ashok Leyland that is working with public bus agencies across India. / WRI India
  • Advancements in the wireless communication technologies and convergence of IoT and building automation is expected to further increase the growth of the building automation system market. / Embedded Computing Design
  • The Renesas solution offers improved integration with over 85% end-to-end system efficiency that will help to expand the reach of wireless power technology to an even broader set of customers and simplify the process of adding wireless charging. / New Electronics
  • Smart cities will see a dramatic change over the next few years, as a new way of rolling out low power wide area wireless networks (LPWAN) takes effect. / Smart Cities World
  • The Wireless Emergency Alert system is one of multiple methods in which earthquake alerts will be disseminated to the public when the Earthquake Early Warning System powered by ShakeAlert is launched in Washington state in late May of 2021. / alerts
  • The Keithley 2280S series of power supplies targets the wireless device testing market, and their 2230 G series of power supplies targets the medical market, due to the need for electrical isolation in medical applications. / Evaluation Engineering
  • IHS Markit predicts global LPWAN shipments will move from 46.4 million units in 2017 to 383 million units by 2021. / The ITU Blog
  • The vibration energy harvesting market in North America is expected to grow at the highest CAGR between 2016 and 2022 because of the increasing demand for smart homes. / sensorsmag
  • As the Internet of Things (IoT) peaks in the next five years, electromagnetic pollution will become the new public health issue. / Stop the Crime
  • Devices for 5G NR low- and mid-band took off as the overall market grew to US$1 billion in 2018: The market will continue to climb nearly US$2 billion by 2024. / ABI Research
  • Led by smart speakers, the wireless charging enabled smart home market is expected to grow to more than 100 million units in 2028. / New Electronics
  • The wireless power market as a whole is expected to grow to one billion receiver units shipped by 2020. / Computerworld
  • In-building wireless penetration in the vast middle-sized and enterprise verticals will increase dramatically and account for more than half of in-building small cell shipments in 2021. / ABI Research
  • Asia pacific is expected as a prominent region for wireless charging market due to growing number of consumer electronic devices such as smartphones, laptops and wearable devices. / satprnews
  • The world market for wireless charging is expected to exceed 350 million enabled receiver units shipped in 2017. / Gearburn
  • The wireless sensor network market in APAC is expected to grow at a high rate between 2017 and 2023. / LinkedIn Pulse
  • In 2017, there will be a move towards more connectivity in industry using LoRa at the low end or 60 GHz wireless technology at the high end. / Business Solutions
  • Wireless charging will add a significant amount of easy usability for EV drivers who don't want to be bothered with plugging in and unplugging their cars. / Gas 2
  • Resonant wireless charging will be a good choice once chips supporting the technology become more widely available. / Digi-key

Last updated: 25 July 2021