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In our podcasts, we host analysts, journalists and other thought leaders for a relaxed conversation about their perspectives on wireless power.
We aim to focus on the bigger picture: opinion, outlook and analysis, as opposed to breaking news.
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Mark Vena is a proven strategic technology executive with more than 25 years in the high-tech space with many well-known companies such as Compaq, Dell, Alienware, Synaptics, Segway, Sling Media and Neato Robotics. He has led and managed numerous highly popular consumer technology brands in the PC, gaming, consumer electronics and “smart home” space. Mark and I cover wireless power predictions for 2019 and beyond
Dinesh Kithany is a principal analyst working within the IHS Markit Consumer Electronics team. He heads the Home Appliances Research. We discuss the wireless power market size as well as key trends.
Podcast: Garry Ramler, President of Kube Systems, discussed what customers want in terms of phone charging at public venues and discusses new approaches to satisfy these requirements.
Ernest Worthman is the executive editor of Applied Wireless Technology. We discuss energy harvesting – past, present and future – with a focus on RF technologies
Avrohom is the founder of Ask the CEO, which is a community of technology thought leaders. We discuss IoT growth, use case and how wireless power can impact the world of IoT.
Steve Greenberg is the author of Gadget Nation and also showcases new tech products on NBC’s Today show. Among other topics, Steve and I discuss whether people might be willing to pay a subscription fee to charge their phones.
Stewart Wolpin writes about gadgets, gizmos and geegaws. We talk about consumer perception of wireless charging, about the importance of industry standards, what customers would be willing to pay for wireless charging and much more.
Francesco Radicati served as an analyst at Ovum and is now part of the State Farm Innovation Lab. We discuss areas where wireless charging would become popular, barriers to acceptance and more.