Free-placement
wireless power.
Built for life
on the road.

Engineer elegant in-cabin charging surfaces that can fit any vehicle

Qi-based technology
High-performance
NFC compatible
Motion tolerant
15W multi-device
Future-proof

FreePower can mold to any corner or curve.

FreePower works with some of the world's biggest names in the automotive industry

Trusted by leading names in the automotive industry

Design the perfect in-vehicle wireless charger

Partner with us

01 Ideate

Select the in-cabin surface where FreePower will be integrated.

02 Design

Our engineers will transform the area into a wireless charging surface that includes NFC.

03 Develop

Work side-by-side with our engineers to develop the perfect wireless solution for you.

04 Innovate

Be on the cutting edge (and stay there) with our upgradeable future-proof firmware.

Maximum performance

FreePower delivers uniform efficiency across entire surfaces, not just in the center of each coil

As devices shift around while driving, uniform efficiency ensures they will continue to charge quickly. Typical automotive wireless chargers have polkadot-like efficiency, meaning devices can charge quickly when properly aligned, but as they shift to less efficient areas, their charge performance can be greatly reduced.

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Inside our tech

Advanced foreign object detection

Ensures safety and compliance.

Qi v1.3 compliant

Complies with the latest Qi Standard.

Clean EMC design

Meets the most stringent EMC standards.

Apple, Samsung, and Google

Includes proprietary charging extensions.

CAN and LIN Bus interfacing

Interface with the vehicle through your preferred Bus.

Apple MagSafe compatible

Designed for maximum compatibility.

12V and 48V operating ranges

Efficient at standard input voltage ranges.

Firmware updateable

Evolve alongside your industry with future-proof tech.

-40C to 85C operating temp

Designed for automotive temperature requirements.

Integrated NFC

Includes tag protection and car start functionalities.

AEC-Q 100/200 components

All components are automotive-qualified.

Charging surface flexibility

Create surfaces of any size with total design freedom.

Push boundaries beyond wireless charging with NFC

We’ve partnered with a leading automotive NFC technology supplier, ST

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Push boundaries beyond wireless charging, with NFC.

We’ve partnered with a leading automotive NFC technology supplier, ST.

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FreePower is Qi-compliant and CISPR 25 class 5 certified

Qi-compliant & CISPR 25 class 5 certified

Our wireless charging technology meets and exceeds Qi-compliance regulatory requirements.
FreePower adheres to standards and certifications to ensure highest safety and quality, such as CISPR 25 Class 5, QI-compliance, APQP/PPAP.

Rivian
Porche
Mercedes Benz
Lucid Automotive
John Deere
Rivian
Porche
Mercedes Benz
Lucid Automotive
John Deere
Rivian
Porche
Mercedes Benz
Lucid Automotive
John Deere

Benchmark. Validate. Improve.

Leverage rich analytics to optimize and refine your solution

In order to develop this advanced technology, FreePower engineers have designed tools that are equally impressive. FreePower Tools enable comprehensive data collection, system validation, and wireless power insights. We've made our library of tools available to dev teams so they, too, can develop industry-leading solutions.

FreePower Tools

Why work with us?

Efficient power delivery

Efficient power
delivery

FreePower is proven to charge phones faster than off-the-shelf transmitters. Our patented technology rapidly locates chargeable devices, then delivers precise optimized power directly to the receiver.

Collaborative &
flexible

No one knows your industry better than you. No one knows wireless power better than us. We work side-by-side with your teams to build wireless power solutions that will provide industry-leading experiences for your customers.

Future-Proof
Technology

Choose a solution that will evolve alongside you and your industry. Our proprietary firmware can be upgraded according to new protocols and technological breakthroughs, so you can get the most out of FreePower for years to come.

Learn more about the process

How does wireless charging work?

FreePower uses multiple overlapping coils and dynamic magnetic fields to maximize efficiency whenever a device is placed on its surface. Foreign object detection, smart algorithms, and advanced thermal control ensure that chargeable devices receive a constant and reliable charge at the optimal wattage, temperature, and speed.

What is in-car wireless charging?

Life on the road calls for high-performance in-vehicle wireless charging. FreePower’s elegant surfaces can deliver power to multiple devices at once: compared to legacy in-car chargers, which rely on restrictive rails to hold devices in place, our surfaces provide total freedom of placement. They are designed to deliver a constant stream of power to phones, earbuds, and more, no matter how many bumps and turns you encounter along your journey.

We call it freedom of placement.

Which devices can be charged inside a vehicle?

In-cabin wireless charging uses an embedded electrical component to charge Qi-enabled devices. In FreePower’s case, our flexible surface can be fitted to panels, dashboards, the center console, or any other surface inside the vehicle. Phones, headphones, smart watches, and other devices placed anywhere on the charging surface will immediately pick up a charge and receive power simultaneously.

The FreePower Promise

Place devices across the surface, and they’ll charge – it’s that simple.

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