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Ossia develops a wireless charging technology designed to charge cell phone, remote control, electric toothbrushes and more without plugging it in. The Company offers a wireless power transmission product Cota, that delivers remote targeted energy to devices at a distance. It automatically keeps multiple devices charged without any user intervention.

HQBellevue, WA, US

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Employees (est.) (Sept 2021)53
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Key People/Management at Ossia

Bob Giometti

Bob Giometti

VP, Engineering
Jennifer Grenz

Jennifer Grenz

Chief Revenue Officer
Preston Woo

Preston Woo

Chief Strategy Officer
Marty Feuerstein

Marty Feuerstein

Chief Product Officer, Ossia and Chief Technical Officer, MothersonOssia
Doug Stovall

Doug Stovall

Chief Executive Officer
Hatem Zeine

Hatem Zeine

Founder, President & CTO
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Ossia Office Locations

Ossia has an office in Bellevue
Bellevue, WA, US (HQ)
1100 112th Ave NE #301
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Ossia Financials and Metrics

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Ossia total Funding

$25.5 m

Ossia latest funding size

$2 m

Time since last funding

6 years ago

Ossia investors

Ossia's latest funding round in January 2016 was reported to be $2 m. In total, Ossia has raised $25.5 m
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Ossia News and Updates

Ossia Gets Approval For Wireless Power Transmitter Without Any Distance Limitations

Ossia’s Cota power-over-wireless technology has just successfully met the standards required for the technology to be used in the EU and UK on Cota-enabled products that send and receive power without any distance limitations.

Ossia Announces Two New Board Members

REDMOND, Wash., Aug. 26, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Ossia Inc., the company behind Cota® Real Wireless Power™ — the patented technology that delivers power over-the-air, at a distance, and without the need for line-of-sight — today announced that it has added two new seasoned professionals to...

Ossia, E-PEAS, and E Ink Collaborate on Wirelessly Powered Electronic Paper Displays for IoT

BELLEVUE, Wash., July 25, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Ossia Inc. ("Ossia"), the company behind the FCC approved Cota® Real Wireless Power™ technology, e-peas S.A. ("E-PEAS"), a leading semiconductor company developing energy harvesting PMICs and extremely-low-power microcontrollers for...

Ossia is gearing up to charge gadgets without a wire in sight in 2020

A number of companies have been working on over-the-air charging – the holy grail for electronic devices – for several years now. Just think about how cool it’d be to never again have to plug your gadgets into wall sockets, change the batteries in your smoke detector, or even put down your phone so …

Ossia and T-Mobile pilot wireless-charging asset trackers in Walmart warehouses

Ossia is teaming up with T-Mobile to deploy its wireless charging technology in Walmart distribution centers. A pilot program will kick off this year.

Ossia Partners with Spigen to Create Cota Power Transmitters To Wirelessly Power Cota-Enabled Phone Sleeves

BELLEVUE, Wash. and IRVINE, Calif., Feb. 25, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Ossia, Inc., the company behind the Cota® Real Wireless Power™ technology, and Spigen, the leading global provider for premier mobile accessories, announced today that the companies are working together to build...
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Ossia Blogs

Are You Attending the 2021 Imagine Conference on Wireless Power?

Due to the pandemic, Ossia’s traditionally invitation-only annual wireless power conference — called Imagine — that’s usually held in Washington state, went online last year. A fortuitous side benefit? We were able to connect with a wider and more diverse range of innovators in the alter…

New Wireless Power Tech Could Transform How We Charge Mobiles

Originally posted in Electronic Design Approved by the EU, UK, and US, Ossia’s Cota over-the-air power system—according to its certifications—doesn’t have a distance limitation, and it complies with safety regulations in terms of RF exposure.

PSDcast – RF Wireless Tech Receives EU, UK Approvals w/ no Distance Limits

Originally posted in Power Systems Design

Wireless Power Technology Will Lead to Smaller IoT Devices

Originally posted in Power Systems Design Ossia has passed both the EU and UK regulatory assessments for its RF based non-line-of-sight, wireless power technology.

Powering the Wearable Orthopedic Devices of the Future

Originally posted in Orthopedic Design & Technology How wirelessly powered biosensors will completely change the direction of orthopedic medical device innovation.

Ossia Receives European, U.K. Regulatory Approval for Cota Wireless Power System

Originally posted in Robotics 24/7 Ossia says its Cota technology has met CE and UKCA standards to send and receive power wirelessly without any distance limitations.
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Ossia Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Ossia founded?

    Ossia was founded in 2008.

  • Who are Ossia key executives?

    Ossia's key executives are Bob Giometti, Jennifer Grenz and Preston Woo.

  • How many employees does Ossia have?

    Ossia has 53 employees.

  • Who are Ossia competitors?

    Competitors of Ossia include Energous, SonicEnergy and Powermat Technologies.

  • Where is Ossia headquarters?

    Ossia headquarters is located at 1100 112th Ave NE #301, Bellevue.

  • Where are Ossia offices?

    Ossia has an office in Bellevue.

  • How many offices does Ossia have?

    Ossia has 1 office.