Technology - Dual Wireless Power Charger

Dual Wireless Power Charger

A wireless charging station that provides automatic, remote, effortless charging for many types of devices simultaneously.

Technology Overview:

SUNY Oswego researchers have invented a technology which embodies a proprietary mode of transmitting electrical power from the power transmitter to power receiver antennas to charge multiple devices simultaneously. Distance charging is made possible using wireless power transmitters (WPTs). Bidirectional wireless power transmission allows devices to be located on multiple sides of the transmitter and proprietary components enable a compact size. The ability to wirelessly charge at a distance enables unique drone charging or charging for automotive and medical device applications. Charging from multiple sides of the transmitter provides capabilities for increased device use time such as drone flight time.


Convenient and easy-to-use
  • Capable of powering multiple electronic devices simultaneously
  • Up to 50% device charging time savings
  • Accommodates devices of many sizes
  • Charging of devices of distances under 1 meter
  • Transmits electricity over farther distances and more effectively than competing technologies
  • Up to 95% power transfer efficiency
  • Reduction in the aerodynamic drag
  • Saves real estate on the application device


  • Electric vehicles
  • Industrial and domestic robots
  • Drones and micro air vehicles
  • Medical devices

Intellectual Property Summary:

US Issued Patent 10,819,152

Licensing Status:

This technology is available for licensing.

Patent Information: