Ada-based Fulton Innovation, creator and exclusive licensor of eCoupled intelligent wireless power, will be giving visitors to the 2011 International Consumer Electronics Show a glimpse into the future of wireless power with new and intriguing applications of the technology. 

The company will be showing wireless power demonstrations in automotive, retail packaging, and consumer devices. 

A taste of what’s in store for CES attendees can be seen in a video at and more details will be available on Dec. 27 online at

While full details of the demonstrations will not be released until January, the key draw to the booth will be an ultra-high power application of wireless power charging an electric vehicle. The retail packaging demonstration will show a very low cost version of wireless power where the coils and electronics can be printed directly onto the packaging and can drive a number of package features that benefit both manufacturers and consumers alike . 
All low-powered demonstrations at the Fulton booth meet the new Qi wireless power standard from the Wireless Power Consortium ( which was launched in July 2010.

Fulton Innovation is located at booth 9444 in the Central Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center. It will also be demonstrating prototypes at the Digital Experience media event on Jan. 5 at Caesar’s Palace.

A subsidiary of Alticor Corp., Fulton is working with a wide range of industry-leading companies to integrate wireless power technology into infrastructure and electronic devices to enable consumers to live a truly wireless life.

The engineers behind eCoupled have been developing, advancing, and perfecting the technology for over 12 years. ECoupled technology has been incorporated into Amway’s eSpring water purification devices for 10 years, with over 1.5 million devices sold in over 40 countries and territories worldwide to date.

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