Fulton Innovation, creator and exclusive licensor of eCoupled wireless power, announced that its partner, Electri-Cable Assemblies, has launched the Wireless Villa with eCoupled wireless power technology, allowing businesses and consumers to easily retrofit any surface with both power options.
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Ada-based Fulton Innovation, the Amway subsidiary that has developed a wireless power system called eCoupled, will demonstrate applications of its technology at the Gadget Show Live 2011 in Birmingham, England, April 13-17.
My favorite thing about covering the International Consumer Eectronics Show is seeing all these cool Michigan companies — many of which you never hear of outside their occasional mention in GLITR, but which are often giants in their respective high-tech niches. Wednesday, Press Day at CES, was no exception.
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