5 (False) Concerns About Wireless Power

5 (False) Concerns About Wireless Power

Some of the greatest inventions throughout history were met with skepticism — fear, even — when they first were introduced to the public. TechRadar shared that people were afraid the speed of train travel would melt human beings. Some worried the telephone...
WigL in Agriculture

WigL in Agriculture

The agricultural industry uses a lot of energy and power to operate, on average about 800 trillion BTUs in a year. This includes energy to grow and harvest planted crops, as well as support livestock.  Lighting, refrigeration, ventilation systems, powering heavy...
Bringing WigL to Theme Parks

Bringing WigL to Theme Parks

As Spring and Summer approach, families are planning trips — to the beach, camping, on a cruise or possibly to an amusement park like Disney World. The theme park experience is built by a myriad of moving parts. From vendors to rollercoasters to theme rides to...
Wildfire Recovery: No Strings Attached

Wildfire Recovery: No Strings Attached

A lot of the time when we talk about the potential applications of WigL technology, we share some of the fun possibilities it opens up: flying cars, drones, wireless music and cruises. But the reality is that WigL’s technology also intersects with some crucial and...
Ways WigL Would Be Better for the Planet

Ways WigL Would Be Better for the Planet

Recently, the world has been buzzing with the news of the report issued by the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. In case you missed it, in brief, the report states that the world has until 2030 to make dramatic changes to the way we interact with the...
WigL At Sea

WigL At Sea

There was a time when travel by sea was the fastest way to travel from continent to continent. Those voyages by boat were often fraught with difficulties caused by the limitations of only being able to access whatever resources crews loaded with them in advance....