What is Qi Wireless?
First of all, its important to know that "Qi" is pronounced "Chi" or "Chee" (in mandarin).
Created in 2008 by the Wireless Power Consortium, Qi is a technology based on wireless energy transmission over a 40mm maximum distance. In order to work, le Qi system needs a transmitter and compatible receiver in a mobile device, like a smartphone, tablet or any other compatible device.
Using it is a piece of cake: simply place the compatible mobile peripheral down on the transmitter to start the electromagnetic charging between both devices.
Put simply, magnetic induction (wireless) is an electrical phenomenon that happens thanks to an electrical potential difference between the conductor's connecting terminals. This phenomenon has many uses, such as power transformers, coils, and of course induction hobs used with appropriate pans for cooking food. It is also a way to power RFIP chips from a reader.
Coming back to the Wireless Power Consortium, it is to this day an industrial consortium, thus an assembly between multiple economical players interested in this technology. They are based around the world in Asia, America and Europe within multiple industry sectors.
Moving forward, the Qi technology objective is to become a worldwide standard in the wireless energy transmission domain.
What is the MFI certification?
The MFi Program, referring to "Made for iPhone/iPod/iPad", is a licensing program for developers of hardware and software peripherals that work with Apple's iPod, iPad and iPhone. The program covers various device connectors including the headphone jack, original dock connector and the newer Lightning connector, as well as AirPlay support. Companies joining the MFi program and passing certification tests are able to display certain MFi-related logos on their product packaging, like the "Made for iPod" badge. It offers the best quality in terms of data transfer or charging.
What is the "FrenchTech" label?
French Tech is an accreditation awarded to French cities recognized for their startup ecosystem. It is also a name used by technologically innovative French businesses throughout the world. Convinced by the necessity to promote the emergence of successful start-ups in France to generate economic value and jobs, the French Government created the French Tech Initiative at the end of 2013. Its philosophy: build on member initiatives of the French Tech themselves, highlight what already exists, and create a snowball effect. It is a shared ambition, propelled by the State but carried and built with all the actors of the French tech company and start-up scene.
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