Wireless recharge your UAV / UAS in flight!

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 recharging technology. Solace has developed the capability to recharge unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) in flight through wireless recharge of electrical energy. This will enable UAVs to travel further from station […]

It’s early days but can you imagine wireless recharging of your UAS! Its coming to you from Canada’s East Coast!

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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 recharging technology. Solace has developed the capability to recharge unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) in flight through wireless recharge of electrical energy. This will enable UAVs to travel further from station and stay in the air for longer periods of time.

Boeing is making this investment as part of its Industrial and Technological Benefits Policy obligations resulting from the Canadian Government’s December 2014 purchase of a C-17 Globemaster III aircraft.

Solace is an R&D company that licenses its leading edge wireless power technology for applications across multiple markets. At Solace we’ve taken a unique approach to wireless power… We have been able to achieve power transfer at distances of over 40 cms – in all directions.

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Supporting Small Businesses in Atlantic Canada

New investments created in Newfoundland and Labrador-based company specializing in wireless charging technology

“Our government’s top priorities are the economy and creating jobs and opportunities for Canadian families. This investment shows that our policies are working. By leveraging government procurements to benefit Canadian businesses, we are creating economic growth. Our Defence Procurement Strategy creates opportunity for small firms like Solace, helping them to further develop their technology, forge important business relationships and open up new markets for their products.”

– James Moore, Minister of Industry

Associated links

Canada’s Defence Procurement Strategy

Industrial and Technological Benefits Policy

ITB Policy: Value Proposition Guide

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