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Your products meet our paradigm shift.

WiGL is a technology that works well with the Internet of Things (IoT)​

WiGL maximizes the efficiency of far field wireless transmission  - no other solution can do it better​


Over the past 50 years, the volume of use, technological advances and variety of battery-powered devices has grown exponentially. The appetite for miniaturization of mobile devices is ever-increasing and has become the foundation of the modern-day mobile psyche.


Unfortunately, during this same period, we have NOT addressed how to effectively or efficiently power and recharge mobile devices. The trade-off between battery powered device usage and recharge time (usually resulting in downtime) has become a critical part of how billions of users and trillions of devices are used daily. 

WiGL changes that by creating wireless AC LAN.

WiGL is like WiFi for Power

If you understand cellphone device-to-device call routing or WiFi Adhoc wireless communication point-to-point radio frequency (RF) signal transfer, you understand WiGL. WiGL uses the same basic concepts as cellphone-to-cellphone connections, paired with IEEE 802.11 wireless communication routing standards. Our patented method directs and converts any potential radiating electromagnetic power source; vehicle charger , microwave signal, AC power outlet, RF communication signal, etc... into smart electrical power. WiGL's patent allows users to find, route and communicate with other devices on the WiGL Adhoc networks. WiGL users simply send and receive electromagnetic energy as both a communication and electrical power source.

WiGL sends directed power on demand to your devices to operate or recharge. WiGL turns any electrical power source into a smartly-routed, 21st century wireless wide, local or personal area network (SWAN, SWLAN, SWPAN).

WiGL's wireless electrical routing structure allows receiver to communicate with the WiGL SWAN, SWLAN and/or SWPAN to ensure energy is focused, tracked and optimally received. This includes AC to device, DC to device or device to device WiGL routing.

WiGL forms electrical Grid LANs ... to power anything.