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AirFuel Alliance announces certified engineer training for RF wireless charging standard

May 30, 2023

Posted by: Janmesh Chintankar

AirFuel Alliance, a global standards organisation, working to advance next-generation wireless power technology and standards, announces upcoming learning opportunities for engineering professionals interested in deploying AirFuel RF, the new global interoperable standard for RF wireless power transfer, in products.

AirFuel RF uses radio frequency waves to transfer energy wirelessly from a few centimetres up to a few metres, enabling charging and powering of multiple devices simultaneously within a three dimensional range. RF wireless power technology eliminates the need for wires and the hassle and e-waste associated with batteries. It is ideal for integration into small devices, such as electronic shelf labels, wearables and IoT sensors.

The initial training workshop for AirFuel RF will be hosted at IEEE’s Wireless Power Technology Conference and Expo (WPTCE). WPTCE 2023 will be held in San Diego, California from June 4th-8th.

For engineers and product designers, there will be a half day training programme on AirFuel RF technology to learn how to integrate AirFuel RF wireless power technology in their products.

Date: Thursday, June 8th
Time: 1-5 pm
Location:Westin Bayview in Downtown San Diego, CA
Register for RF Workshop at WPTCE

Closely following the Sensors Converge conference in Santa Clara, California from June 20-22, AirFuel will host a second educational opportunity for AirFuel RF – a full day AirFuel Certified Engineer (ACE) course. This training is designed for product managers and engineers looking to build with RF wireless power and fast-track product development.

Date: Friday, June 23rd
Time: 9-5 pm
Location: Hosted onsite at Energous headquarters in Silicon Valley
Register for ACE RF Course on June 23rd

To learn more about joining AirFuel Alliance and accessing the AirFuel RF standard, please visit AirFuel.

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