Ossia demonstrated its Cota system, which it says can wirelessly charge battery-powered products throughout a home. Cota has been in development for six years, and it will be another two years before the company expects to bring it to market. "A Cota-enabled device sends out a beacon signal that finds paths to the charger, which in turn returns the power signal through only those open paths back to the receiver, avoiding people or anything that absorbs its energy," Ossia founder Hatem Zeine said.

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