WiTricity is the pioneer in developing wireless charging for electric vehicles that is as fast and efficient as plugging in.
WiTricity is powering a sustainable future of mobility that is electric and autonomous.
WiTricity was founded in 2007 by Marin Soljačić. The company is headquartered in Watertown, Massachusetts.
WiTricity has developed the industry's most robust global patent portfolio, over 1250 issued patents, including the acquisition of the wireless charging assets of Qualcomm Halo in 2019.
WiTricity technology spans from milliwatts to kilowatts and can be found in products today from consumer electronics to industrial robotics. WiTricity is a member of MPEG LA's Qi Wireless Power Portfolio as a licensor of patents essential to the practice of the Qi Wireless Power Standard.
WiTricity’s technology is adopted by many of the world’s top automakers, including Toyota, Mahle, TDK, IHI, Shindengen, Daihen, Aptiv, Anjie Wireless, Yura, VIE, Green Power, and Lumen Freedom.
WiTricity is backed by Siemens AG, Mirae Asset Capital, Stage One, Japan Energy Fund, Airwaves Wireless Electricity, Mitsubishi Corporation, Future Shape, Delta Electronics, and others. The company completed a new funding round of $63M on Aug 09, 2022. This brings WiTricity's total funding to $176M to date.