Inventec had 15 patents in batteries during Q1 2024. Inventec Corp has filed patents for wireless charging devices with positioning capabilities for mobile vehicles, as well as devices designed to charge multiple electronic devices simultaneously. These devices include features such as ultra-wideband transceivers, charging coils, fans for cooling, and support pads with protrusions to support electronic devices. The patents also describe the use of fans to create airflow for cooling purposes within the devices. GlobalData’s report on Inventec gives a 360-degree view of the company including its patenting strategy. Buy the report here.

Inventec grant share with batteries as a theme is 6% in Q1 2024. Grant share is based on the ratio of number of grants to total number of patents.

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Application: Wireless charging and positioning device and method (Patent ID: US20240034169A1)

The patent filed by Inventec Corp. describes a wireless charging and positioning device for mobile vehicles. The device includes an ultra-wideband transceiver, a charging coil, and a signal processor. The transceiver transmits a pulse wave signal and receives a reflected signal to determine the distance between the vehicle and a power supply device in a designated area. The signal processor controls the charging coil to receive power from the power supply device and charge the vehicle's battery when the distance falls within a default range. Additionally, the device can interact with an automatic pilot system and a battery management system to optimize charging efficiency and detect foreign objects in the charging area.

The patent also outlines a method for wireless charging and positioning performed by the signal processor. The method involves obtaining location information of the mobile vehicle, transmitting and receiving signals in the designated area, determining the distance to the power supply device, and controlling the charging coil to charge the battery based on the distance. The method further includes monitoring charging efficiency, detecting foreign objects, and notifying the automatic pilot system for adjustments. Overall, the device and method aim to provide efficient and safe wireless charging for mobile vehicles, integrating with existing vehicle systems for optimal performance.

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