Why Wireless Charging Will Be as Universal as Wi-Fi, and What That Means For Hotels

Why Wireless Charging Will Be as Universal as Wi-Fi, and What That Means For Hotels

Wireless charging is here. With 85% of all phones sold this year to be wireless charging enabled, it is set to become, as The Wire predicts, ‘as uncontroversial and universally embraced as Wi-Fi’. Just as Wi-Fi was a sea-change in the hospitality industry over a decade ago, wireless charging - as a service for guests and as operational technology for businesses - is making waves in hotels.

Chargifi and Belkin International Team Up at InfoComm 2019 to showcase smart wireless charging

Chargifi and Belkin International Team Up at InfoComm 2019 to showcase smart wireless charging

Belkin, the connected things division within newly merged Belkin International and Foxconn Interconnect Technology (FIT) entity, today presents its connectivity and power solutions designed to simplify multimedia connection and optimize workspace functionality. Belkin will be exhibiting its USB-CTM Multimedia Hub, ThunderboltTM 3 Cable, and Thunderbolt 3TM Dock Mini, along with a live demonstration of its collaboration with Chargifi to integrate smart technology into wireless charging products at its InfoComm Booth 5181.

The 5 Steps to Deploying Wireless Charging in Your Business

The 5 Steps to Deploying Wireless Charging in Your Business

Installing a new technology into your business doesn’t have to be a daunting task. We work closely with both you and our installation partners to ensure everything goes as planned and that most importantly, your deployment is set up to achieve exactly what you want from it. Whether it’s boosting your customer experience, improving footfall, increasing employee efficiency or triggering smart experiences, we’ve got you covered.

Hotel Tech Trends in 2019: What We’re Seeing So Far

Hotel Tech Trends in 2019: What We’re Seeing So Far

In recent years, hospitality technology has developed at an exciting rate, and today’s guests are quick to expect the latest tech product or service. Disruptors within the industry such as Airbnb or Marriott, with its “room of the future”, have been quick to deliver it but, crucially, they grasp that the key to its success is that it should enhance rather than replace the human interaction in customer service.