hackaday.com – January 28, 2011 – Yep, these cereal boxes light up. They’re using a new branded-technology called eCoupling that provides electricity via induction, which means the shelves have a coil with AC power running through it. The “printed coils” on the boxes allow inventory control and data exchange presumably thanks to a low-power microcontroller.
examiner.com – January 28, 2011 – Wireless power transfer is not exactly a new concept - the visionary scientist/engineer Nikola Tesla conceived of such technologies almost 100 years ago. In more recent times, Fulton Innovation has been making such a concept come true in nearby Ada, Michigan.
geeknewscentral.com – January 27, 2011 – Dave Baarman presents Fulton eCoupled Wireless Power (ecoupled.com). They have systems for wirelessly powering things such as cell phones and even systems using conductive ink for “smart packaging” that actually lights up the packaging when placed on a special conductive grocery store shelf.
BBC – January 27, 2011 – You come home after a long, hard day at work.
Having grabbed a frozen meal on the way home, you set it down on the coffee table and turn the kettle on.
Seems normal, right?
verpakkingsmanagement.nl – January 20, 2011 – Op de technologiebeurs CES in Las Vegas waren de knipperende verpakkingen van eCoupled geheel op hun plaatst.
pocket-lint.com – January 19, 2011 – Photo gallery of the Tesla wirelessly charging on display at 2011 CES
diarioeltiempo.com.ve – January 17, 2011 – Quizás en el futuro cuando nos hayamos deshecho del petróleo, todos los autos serán eléctricos.
sbelectronics.com – January 17, 2011 – The wireless charging system Fulton Innovation had on display at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, NV, gathered great industry interest. There a Tesla EV Roadster was being charged wirelessly using Fulton's eCoupled intelligent wireless power technology.
grandhaventribune.com – January 15, 2011 – The newest and some of the most advanced technology - from wireless power and a wide range of tablets to 4G cell phones, 3D LED TVs and Ford's newest communications interface, the MyFord Touch - were unveiled last week at the 2011 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.