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Podcast: What a Wireless Power Future Will Look Like

Twenty years ago, everything was wired, says Jim Witham, CEO, GaN Systems, on this episode of the Insomnicat podcast. The next natural step is to cut the power cord. GaN Systems is making strides in this department toward the future of wireless technology. Bryan and Nicolette chat with Jim, diving into the potential for wireless…

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Global Wireless Charging – Full Speed Ahead

In September, I visited different corners of the globe, participating in wireless power conferences and customer discussions. My first stop was to the ITRI Wireless Power Workshop in Taiwan, where industry experts such as the analyst firm IHSMarkit reviewed the growth in wireless power and the predicted enormous expectation for future growth. Additionally, I attended…

Article: GaN Transistor Technology to Wirelessly Charge Workplace Robots

This piece by Rob Coppinger was originally published at Electropages.com on September 18, 2019. Robots in the workplace can be wirelessly charged at a distance using Gallium Nitride transistor technology which can cope with the high energy levels needed. With more and more robots and autonomous vehicles in factories and other workplaces, recharging these machines…

A World Without Wires

Smart mobile electronic devices have changed the way that we perceive and interact with the world around us. Electric cars, buses, scooters, and bikes are transforming the face of our urban transportation landscape. Autonomous robots in intelligent factories and aerial drones making deliveries are challenging past preconceptions about the ways that we create and distribute…

Mobility’s Changing Relationship with Data Centers, Robotics, and Materials

Part of The Mobility (R)Evolution series By Jim Witham, CEO at GaN Systems, and Uwe Higgen, Managing Partner at BMW i Ventures This is the fourth and final article within the series. Click here to read part 1, “The Transformative Forces of Electrification and Autonomous Driving”.   As autonomous vehicles (AVs) become generators and users of unprecedented quantities of data, not…

Addressing the Dual Concerns of ‘Driving Range Angst’ and Ubiquitous Clean Energy Sources

Part of The Mobility (R)Evolution series By Jim Witham, CEO at GaN Systems, and Uwe Higgen, Managing Partner at BMW i Ventures This is the third article within the series. Click here to read part 1, “The Transformative Forces of Electrification and Autonomous Driving”.   Charging Networks and Infrastructure Growth in the availability and performances of charging stations is required to…

Article: “The Convergence of Automotive Trends: A Conversation with GaN Systems CEO Jim Witham”

This article was originally published on All About Circuits on August 23, 2018 by Kate Smith The automotive landscape is changing rapidly. GaN Systems CEO Jim Witham spoke with AAC about the unique challenges of efficient power in automotive applications and how autonomous vehicles represent a convergence of major trends across the industry. The term…

The Impending Mass Market Adoption of Electric and Autonomous Vehicles

Part of The Mobility (R)Evolution series   By Jim Witham, CEO at GaN Systems, and Uwe Higgen, Managing Partner at BMW i Ventures This is the second article within the series. Click here to read part 1, “The Transformative Forces of Electrification and Autonomous Driving”. In any industry, an open mindset that enables changes in human attitudes has…

The Transformative Forces of Electrification and Autonomous Driving

Part of The Mobility (R)Evolution series   By Jim Witham, CEO at GaN Systems, and Uwe Higgen, Managing Partner at BMW i Ventures Few businesses can rival the global auto industry for the way that it has both shaped and reflected important social, cultural and economic trends. And at no time in the industry’s history…