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Highways England announces off-road trials of wireless EV charging technology


Off-road trials of wireless technology to power electric and hybrid vehicles on England’s major roads will take place later this year, Highways England has announced.


The trials will test how the technology would work on the country’s motorways and major A roads, allowing drivers of ultra-low emission vehicles to travel long distances without needing to stop and charge the car’s battery.


 



 


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Final presentation of the EU-funded V-Charge project


The V-Charge project team imagined a fully automated parking system. Through a smartphone application, the driver will simply leave his/her car at the entrance and get it back at the same place. Meanwhile, the car will be automatically parked by the monitoring system of the parking.


The fully automatic operating system will transmit the vehicle a digital map and navigation data. If it is an electric vehicle, the system prioritizes an additional parking with automatic inductive charger. After the charging is finished, the vehicle automatically moves and parks elsewhere to make the charging stations free for other cars. Pedestrians, cyclists and other vehicles are detected by the vehicle-integrated cameras and ultrasonic sensors. Thus, the vehicle is allowed to move in the so-called mixed traffic. 


 


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New Chips Provide a Spark for Wireless Charging


EPC (Efficient Power Conversion) announced on 15th July 2015 the launch of a new line of semiconductors made from gallium nitride, a material that’s 10 times faster than silicon and that many believe represents the future of the semiconductor industry. The new chips are designed specifically to support wireless power systems.


 


 


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Magnet-wobble wireless charging system dishes out a respectable 10 kW


Canadian wireless power company Elix has announced a system which can generate and transfer 10 kW using magneto-dynamic coupling. It’s big, heavy and noisy, so it is aimed at trucks and buses rather than small cars, and is certainly not suitable for desktop gadget charging.


Elix claims its target markets are transportation, mining, material handling, oil & gas and other industrial applications. A magnet in the charging station is vibrated, which causes a magnet in the vehicle to vibrate sympathetically.


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Top EV Cities in US – 10 Charts


Some of the factors contributing to the relatively fast adoption of electric vehicles (EV) in some American metropolitan markets have been identified and characterized by a new study from the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT).


The dominant ones, according to the new report, are: stronger consumer incentives, a broader range of offerings, stronger promotional activities, and a more developed charging infrastructure.


 


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