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Step by Step: Preparing Your Product for Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
One of the biggest frustrations for companies taking a wirelessly-powered product to market is navigating the regulatory testing and approval process. 

In this webinar, Ky Sealy, Chair of the Magnetic Resonance Working Committee at AirFuel Alliance, will walk through how to build and test your AirFuel Resonant-enabled products to comply with EMC regulations, what it takes to obtain EMC regulatory approval, and provide tips and tricks to get your product's emissions below the limits so that you can go to market.

Apr 27, 2021 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Ky Sealy
Senior Principal Engineer @WiTricity
Ky began working in the field of resonant wireless power transfer in 2010 as an electrical engineer and technical lead for an efficient 5 kilowatt resonant wireless power system. Since 2010, he has been directly involved in designing resonant wireless power systems ranging in power from a few hundred milliwatts to 25 kilowatts across a range of applications and industries. Ky holds a Master’s degree in electrical engineering from Utah State University where he previously taught Microelectronics I & II as an invited lecturer. Ky Sealy has a number of issued patents and patents pending as well as publications in the areas of LIDAR and resonant wireless power transfer.
Sanjay Gupta
President @AirFuel Alliance
Sanjay is an entrepreneurial technology executive experienced in bringing new technology to market and creating global standards necessary for interoperability and market adoption. Previously, Sanjay held positions as Vice President of Product Management and Development at Motorola, as well as a role as professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Illinois Institute of Technology. Sanjay received his Ph.D. in Systems and an M.S. degree in Electrical Engineering, both from the University of Pennsylvania. and holds over 18 patents and has over 40 publications in archival journals and leading academic conferences.