To understand the true capability and impact of Sparva’s technology, you have to step away from what you think you know about wireless power transfer and the current products on the market. Although extremely applicable for today’s demands Sparva’s technology goes way beyond simple charging. For the first time in history we have the ability to eradicate wires and batteries, which completely changes the way we use electricity to power devices.
Industries to be Affected
(To name a few)
Mobile Devices
Home Appliances / Consumer Electronics
Real Estate
Without a doubt, the ability to power mobile devices wirelessly will forever change how consumers use cell phones, laptops, and tablets. Sparva’s technology will be incorporated into the molding of cases so as to eliminate the need for a wire to ever be attached to a mobile device again.
Just imagine being able to walk into any building and have the ability to power a device wirelessly. With the ability to replace standard 12-gauge wiring, Sparva’s technology can be incorporated into new and existing commercial buildings, homes, apartment complexes, offices, schools, airports, etc.
This vertical is anticipated to be the most diverse and will affect the future manufacturing of power drills, radios, iPods, blenders, toasters, gaming consoles, remote controllers, vacuum cleaners, televisions, cameras, headphones, etc.
Outdoor Equipment
Medical Devices
When combined with Sparva’s solar technology, the opportunities are limitless within the outdoor enthusiast community. Enjoy modern conveniences while camping or tailgating. Lawn and gardening will be simplified with wireless trimmers, tillers, hedge clippers, and mowers as well.
Wireless electricity can bring about a dramatic change in the way we use medical devices. From powering pacemakers to emergency equipment and being able to create mobility for patients under machine care, Sparva’s technology will bring a new era medical equipment and techniques.
Although the robotics industry has advanced greatly in recent history, the underlying problem is power consumption. Being able to deliver electricity wirelessly will bring about a myriad of changes with the operation of drones and droids, but will also allow scientists to break new ground with nanotechnology.