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Efficient Power Conversion (EPC) to Display GaN-Enabled Wirelessly Powered Systems for the Home and High-Resolution LiDAR for Autonomous Cars at 2019 CES

Within the EPC hospitality suite, wirelessly powered systems for the home and GaN based, industry-leading LiDAR systems used in autonomous vehicles will be on display

Efficient Power Conversion (EPC) will be demonstrating the power of eGaN®technology to enhance two game-changing consumer applications – wireless power and LiDAR for self-driving cars – at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, January 8th through the 11th.

In the EPC Palazzo hospitality suite at The Venetian hotel, visitors will enter a wireless world. EPC will have multiple wirelessly powered surfaceson display to demonstrate the myriad of consumer uses in the home for systems with enough power to simultaneously power a computer, power a lamp, power an alarm clock, communicate via a digital assistant, charge a cell phone and charge a wearable – all without running a single power cord to any of the devices. A wirelessly powered robotic digital assistant will also be on display. EPC experts will be available within the suite to discuss where wireless power is going and how this technology can transform our lives.

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Also shown in the suite will be multiple eGaN FET-based LiDAR systems. LiDAR technology is emerging as the leading technology to act as the “eyes” for self-driving cars, and increasingly finding new applications in warehouse automation, augmented reality, and drones. Visit the EPC suite to see the demonstrations and learn how GaN technology is enabling the future of low cost sensors.

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