So now we go to chapter two of Powermat Technologies’ ongoing legal drama. A judge from the Israeli court has decided to dismiss the motion that was filed by three of the wireless charging company’s board members, including Ran Poliakine, co-founder and former chief executive officer of the firm. The aim of that motion was to block Powermat Technologies from continuing its operations, but evidently, the court thinks the case does not hold any water at all, and instead has told the disputing parties to settle it out of court.
The idea of charging your smartphone just by putting it on the table without need of power cords and cables is certainly enticing. And industry watchers are saying that in a few years, this piece of technology will undoubtedly become a reality. But bringing this idea into life turns out to be full of complications, especially for the people who are supposed to make this happen.
Thorstein Heins is the chief executive officer of Powermat Technologies, a company that specializes in providing wireless charging solutions, and behind one of the key wireless charging standards. According to Heins, the wireless charging standard will come packed into any smartphone made by Samsung that possesses wireless charging capabilities.
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