CES, LAS VEGAS, 5th Jan 2016: Chargifi Ltd, the global leader in networked wireless power, has today announced an agreement with Gill Electronics, Inc to implement its smart gateway to work with Gill’s cutting edge wireless transmitting technology.
Chargifi’s global control network allows businesses to provide wireless charging to their customers whilst realizing a measurable ROI, being able to access customer data and analytics, monitor power usage and be used as a promotional and advertising platform. Compatible with Gill’s existing wireless transmitters, the gateway allows these devices to be easily upgraded over the air and gives venues on demand access to real-time reports. The service will be rolled out through Gill Electronic’s extensive distribution network.
This deal is part of an ongoing relationship between Chargifi and Gill Electronics. In early 2015, Gill partnered with Chargifi to provide its wireless power transmitters and receivers to allow users to wirelessly charge multiple devices in the same area. The service was rolled out in January 2015.
Using the latest charging technology and enterprise software, Chargifi powers devices using magnetic resonance, allowing for greater freedom than traditional charging methods. The platform can also provide a powerful network of management tools for venues to control their wireless charging systems allowing them to clearly measure the return on their investment.
Dan Bladen, Founder and CEO of Chargifi comments: “As a market leader in resonant wireless charging products, we are thrilled to be able to offer our gateway network to Gill Electronic’s transmitters. The company shares the same ethos as us and wants to bring wireless charging to the masses and through its already extensive network we believe this vision will be a reality much sooner.”
Larry Leete, Manager of Gill Electronic’s market strategy, business development and commercialization, says: “Demand for wireless technology has been increasing in recent years and we’re proud to be offering customers and venues such a valuable service. Having worked with Chargifi in the past, we have complete confidence in their technology and the advantages it will offer our customers.”
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Chargifi will be at CES 2016, located at the Westgate, Suite 410. If you would like to arrange a meeting, speak with Founder Dan Bladen and get a demonstration of their solution, please contact email@example.com.