Tesla’s wireless charging platform is expertly crafted but comes at a high cost
Tesla making wireless chargers kind of makes sense. The corporation is after all associated with electric automobiles and their Superchargers. (at least, after you force the image of Elon Musk out of your mind). However, wireless charging is a little bit of a different animal that calls for knowledge of magnetic fields and proficiency with power transfer techniques. Freepower, formerly known as Aira, steps in to help with it. The business, founded in 2017 by Jake Slatnick, has spent the last five and a half years creating a “much more advanced form of Qi,” the accepted industry standard for wireless charging, according to Engadget.