Solace Power Receives U.S. Patent for New Type of Wireless Power Technology
July 27th, 2017
The patent, Wireless Electric Power Transmission System and Method, U.S. Patent #9,653,948, covers a new type of wireless power developed by Solace called Resonant Capacitive Coupling™, which uses electric fields instead of magnetic fields or radio frequency (RF) to transfer power. It is only available from Solace Power.
Solace Power Receives Investment from Lockheed Martin
June 28th, 2017
The $2.3 million USD investment will enable Solace Power, an Atlantic Canada-based, small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) research and development company, to accelerate commercialization of its wireless power technology called Resonant Capacitive Coupling, or RC².
REDEFINING WIRELESS POWER - How a Trans-Atlantic Partnership is Changing the Way we Operate UAVs
March 21st, 2017
Whether we like to admit it or not, we are constantly tethered. With countless cables, wires and gadgets, it seems as though we are now looking for ways to cut those ties. But how?
Taking innovation seriously
August 22, 2016
Tucked away in bright open-concept office on busy Topsail Road, a Mount Pearl business says its wireless technology will revolutionize how we work, play and stay connected. And, it credits much of its early success to Memorial University.
Sikorsky Recognizes Solace’s RC² Wireless Power as Cutting Edge Technology
February 29, 2016
Solace Power, based in Mount Pearl, Newfoundland, Canada, winner of the 6th Entrepreneurial Challenge for its presentation of Resonant Capacitive Coupling wireless power technology and granted the firm a $25,000 prize, along with an opportunity to explore, with Sikorsky, the impact of Solace Power technology on Sikorsky's product line.
Solace Power & Agile Tech Wireless UAV Charging System
October 15, 2015
Solace Power uses electric field resonant capacitive coupling (RC²) technology, which is flexible, conformal, and can be foil thin. The technology is intended to reduce the battery load of soldiers in the field, un-tethering them from wires, cables and connectors, and/or enabling them to carry one element to power multiple devices.
Solace Power Develops Wireless Mid-Flight UAV Charging
July 13, 2015
Solace has developed the capability to recharge UAV batteries in flight through wireless electrical energy. This will enable UAVs to travel further from station and stay in the air for longer periods of time.
Solace Joins Panel at IEEE WPTC
May 13-15, 2015 - Boulder, CO
Magnus Nyberg, Solace VP of Engineer, joins panel with other industry experts to discuss wireless power trends and opportunities within industrial, scientific and medical applications.
Untangling the Future | Kris McNeil at TEDxStJohns
Our CEO Kris McNeil explores how wireless electricity can transform our lives. He then performs a live technology demo to show the audience resonant capacitive coupling in action.
Gamechangers: Power Play
April 24, 2015
Solace Power Inc. is pushing boundaries in wireless charging technology, using resonant capacitive coupling that allows a gadget to power up without even touching a charger.
Solace Power Takes Aim at Wireless Mid-Flight Charging for Drones!
February 18, 2015
A small startup operating out of Newfoundland in Canada is working on a big problem that could have tremendous impact on the future of the drone industry.
Solace Partners with Boeing!
February 17, 2015
Supporting small business in Atlantic Canada - Solace Power Inc. of Mount Pearl, Newfoundland and Labrador, will receive financial and technical support from The Boeing Company to develop and demonstrate its wireless charging technology.
Soldier Systems Daily
October 13, 2014
Newfoundland, Canada-based Solace Power specializes in wireless power. While they don’t manufacture products they offer customizable projects and offer Technical Development Kits ...
Panacis and Solace Power Collaborate
May 15, 2013
Panacis Inc., a global leader in advanced lithium ion battery design and manufacture, and Solace Power, a leading innovator in the delivery of wireless power, today announced they were working together to reduce and eventually eliminate power cables for soldier-worn equipment.
NATI Member Spotlight Recognizes Solace Power
Solace has developed wireless power technology, and as an innovation leader in a new and exciting industry, is striving to reduce the burden of installing, maintaining or carrying power cables by delivering power wirelessly and efficiently.