CHANDLER, Ariz., May 18, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- fliCharge International Ltd. stated that it has not released its patented wireless conductive charging technology to the public domain, and that it has not made any agreement to do so.
fliCharge stated that it had become aware from third-party sources that the self-named "Open Dots Alliance", which states in its website that it was founded by JVIS-USA, has stated incorrectly in its website that "fliCharge released the patents to the public domain."
"We wish to correct the false statement about fliCharge by clarifying that fliCharge International Ltd. has not released its wireless conductive charging patents to the public domain, and fliCharge has not agreed with anyone that we will do so," said fliCharge CEO Randall P. Marx.
"In fact, fliCharge intends to protect its patented technology against anyone who violates any of our patents, including anyone who treats those patents as having been released to the public domain," continued Mr. Marx.
About fliCharge International Ltd.
Based in Chandler, AZ, and with offices in Michigan and Guangzhou, China, fliCharge designs, manufactures and markets wire-free conductive charging technologies and related products. The patented fliCharge technology is the only interoperable wire-free charging solution that can simultaneously charge multiple devices on the same charging pad, regardless of their power requirement or position on the pad. The fliCharge technology is now available in a number of vehicles from Chrysler, Toyota and Ford. It is anticipated that in the coming months, products utilizing fliCharge technology will be available in additional vehicles as well as for use in public schools, high schools, higher education institutions and other businesses. Through its technology integration program, fliCharge provides its partners with the ability to integrate highly efficient, wire-free technology into their products quickly and cost effectively.
SOURCE fliCharge International Ltd.