Based on electromagnetic field theory, wireless charging technology transfers energy between two objects via electromagnetic induction or resonance. By doing this, it provides an innovative and convenient way to charge electrical devices such as smartphones, home appliances and even electric vehicles.
Xiamen Newyea Science and Technology Co, established in 2014 in Xiamen, East China's Fujian Province, is a high-tech firm specializing in wireless charging technology research.
Although it was only established recently, the company now owns more than 130 patents, with applications including consumer electronics, smart home appliances and electric vehicles.
On September 22, Newyea launched 15-watt wireless charging chips. As for medium-power technologies, the company has 24-watt to 200-watt technical reserves, which can be applied to the smart life sector such as smart small home appliances, unmanned drones and self-balancing vehicles.
Furthermore, the Chinese regulator and industry players are stepping up efforts to develop a national standard of wireless charging technology, according to Zheng.
According to globaltimes.cn