Wireless Power Transfer Technology-Latest Development and Major Vendors' Patent Deployment

Wireless Power Transfer Technology-Latest Development and Major Vendors' Patent Deployment

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Wireless power has a broad range of applications in the ICT industry, including smartphones, wearable devices, tablets, electronic vehicles, implantable medical devices, and robots. This report profiles the major wireless power transfer technologies, together with a thorough patent mining analysis to pinpoint major vendors' patent deployment in the field.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents
1.Overview of Major Wireless Power Transfer Technologies
1.1 Magnetic Induction
1.2 Magnetic Resonance
1.3 Radio Frequency
2.Patent Mining of Wireless Power Technologies
2.1 Patent Search Procedure
2.1.1 Selecting a Patent Database
2.1.2 Identifying Search Keywords
2.1.3 Data Selection
2.1.4 Data Analysis
2.2 Results of Patent Mining
2.2.1 Text Mining
2.2.2 Data Mining
2.2.3 Relative R&D Strength
2.2.4 Technology Independence
2.3 Results of Patent Index Analysis
3.Tracking and Observing Highlights
3.1 Application Aspect
3.2 Industry Aspect
3.3 Patent Aspect
Appendix
Glossary of Terms
List of Companies
List of Tables
Table 1 Pros and Cons of Various Wireless Power Transfer Technologies
Table 2 Criteria for Patent Mining
Table 3 Key Technology Types Identified By Text Mining
Table 4 R&D Strength of the Top 30 Assignees in the Field of Wireless Power Technologies
Table 5 Technology Independence of the Top 30 Assignees in the Field of Wireless Power Technologies
Table 6 Top 10 Patents Related to Wireless Power
Table 7 Matrix Analysis of 10 Most Important Patents Related to Wireless Power Technology
Table 8 Major Vendors and Industry Standard Organizations in the Wireless Power Industry
Table 9 Major Vendors in the Wireless Power Industry
Table 10 Taiwanese Vendors' Wireless Power Patents in USPTO
List of Figures
Figure 1 Example of a Wireless Charging Plate: Nokia DT-900
Figure 2 Major Wireless Power Technologies
Figure 3 Illustration of Magnetic Induction Wireless Power Technique
Figure 4 Example of Magnetic Induction Wireless Power: LG Nexus 4 Wireless Charger
Figure 5 Illustration of Magnetic Resonance Wireless Power Technique
Figure 6 Example of Magnetic Resonance Wireless Power: WiT 2000
Figure 7 Illustration of Radio Frequency Wireless Power Technique
Figure 8 Example of Radio Frequency Wireless Power (1): TX91501
Figure 9 Example of Radio Frequency Wireless Power (2): NEST
Figure 10 Patent Search Flow for Wireless Power Technologies
Figure 11 Wireless Power Patents by Sector Share
Figure 12 Wireless Power Patents by Field Share
Figure 13 Wireless Power Transfer Application Markets

Companies Mentioned:

Abbott Diabetes Care
Access Business Group
Apple
Broadcom
ConvenientPower
Creative Kingdoms
Dupont
ETRI
Etymotic Research
Fu Da Tong Technology
Foxconn
General Electric Company
Hanrim Postech
Hewlett-Packard
Humavox
IBM
Intel
LG
Magna Electronics
MediaTek
MIT
Mojo Mobility
National Taipei University of Technology
Navy
Nokia
Omnilectric
Philips
Powercast
Powermat
Powertech
Primax Electronics
Qualcomm
Raytheon Company
Realtek Semiconductor
Rohm
Samsung
Semiconductor Energy Laboratory
SONY
TDK Corporation
Texas Instruments
The Invention Science Fund I
Whirlpool Corporation
WiTricity