Wirelessly powered electronic paper display for IoT: Page 2 of 2

September 10, 2019 //By Jean-Pierre Joosting
Wirelessly powered electronic paper display for IoT
Ossia, E-PEAS and E Ink have announced that they have successfully developed the first-of-its-kind wirelessly-powered Electronic Paper Display (“EPD”) prototype system that is entirely battery-free.

“We are dedicated to expanding our FCC approved Cota technology to the largest sector in the world and increasing the overall potential of IoT solutions,” said Preston Woo, Ossia’s Chief Strategy Officer.

“Our vision at E-PEAS is to enable the seamless operation of all connected devices anywhere, anytime, in any conditions with smart innovative solutions,” said Geoffroy Gosset, CEO and co-founder of E-PEAS.

“The development of wirelessly powered EPDs is another validation of our technology’s durable and ultra-low power displays being applied to previously impossible and unimaginable applications,” said Johnson Lee, President of E Ink Holdings. “Ultimately, commercializing battery-less ePaper solutions will enable the potential of IoT applications that require ultra-low power consumption displays. It also makes digital transformation easier than one can imagine in various applications such as logistic tags, luggage tags, digital signage and other digital tags.”

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