Several months ago we deployed Chargifi’s wireless charging platform in a major global hotel brand, and today we can share the significant results of that ongoing deployment – an increase in revenue representing a projected 64% return on investment.
We’re just days away from the world’s biggest mobile event. Mobile World Congress will be taking over Barcelona from 26th February to 1st March. The reality of a wireless world is set to be prevalent at Mobile World Congress. Following wireless charging integration into Apple phones last year, the wireless charging market is set to rocket to be worth 14bn dollars by 2024.
Today’s the day that the new iPhone 8 & 8 Plus arrives in stores in the UK and Apple has included new features to allow its fans to cut the cord on wires and embrace the wireless world – from AirPod headphones to wireless charging.
We headed to the queue at the Apple store in Covent Garden, to find out how significant this move to a wireless world is for consumers, the demand for wireless charging facilities and how it will affect their daily lives.
We have been deploying wireless charging solutions since 2013, but perhaps we should step back and take a chance to explain why we believe wireless charging is poised to change how we consume power in public! In this two-part series I will first explain how wireless charging works, and then why Chargifi’s smart solution takes it to the next level.