1888 Press Release – Lectrifi aims to enhance wireless device compatibility and overall user experience of its wireless power transfer technology.
Lectrifi Limited, the Hong Kong based pioneer of wireless power transfer solutions today announced a significant step towards reaching its goal of powering households, medical facilities, and businesses, without the traditional use of wires.
Central to the eventual success of such a complex system is the quality of a user experience that brings simplicity and convenience together with efficiency and practicality.
As lifestyles and business functions become ever more reliant on mobile applications, Lectrifi recognizes the importance held in the integration of existing user preferences with the introduction of new technologies.
“Creating a quality user experience has become an integral part of the acceptance of contemporary technologies. The consumer acceptance stage essentially determines consumer demand. Although we have developed a functional, cross-compatible wireless power transfer technology, we are now heavily focused on improving the practical attributes to align with the ways in which consumers interact across a range of electronic devices,” commented Lectrifi’s Director of Marketing.
“We appreciate that panels installed inside the home to control the efficient flow of energy do not present the user with an entirely optimized solution. In the same way that home security systems are now controlled remotely through mobile devices, we are developing a user experience that puts the user in direct control of their power flow preferences.”
As previously announced, Lectrifi has developed wireless power transfer technology capable of providing up to 80% of energy demand of the average US household. The company continues to improve on this capacity as it explores further possibilities through the integration of technologies to improve on user functions in automotive and medical appliances.
Tech-News360 – Repulse Bay, Hong Kong
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