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Wireless charging for EVs is coming soon — and you’ll love it

Mark Phelan, auto critic and columnist for the Detroit Free Press, recently tested what may be the next big thing in electric vehicle charging in a parking lot on the edge of Detroit’s Corktown neighborhood. “I maneuvered a Ford Mustang Mach-E astride an 11-kW wireless pad that charged the EV faster than the 240-volt home…

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Wireless Charging Helps Improve EV Purchase Consideration

Wireless EV chargers eliminate many of the hassles and snags that are sapping the performance and reliability of plug-in chargers, according to Richard Truett, reporter covering technology and engineering for Automotive News. “After testing a wireless charging system made by WiTricity Corp., there’s no doubt in my mind that it is far better than any…

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Wireless EV Charging Company WiTricity Wins Major Investments, Partnership As Cord-Free Charging Expands

Concerns of where they’ll plug in an electric vehicle to replenish its charge is a major obstacle for many consumers not ready to trade in their gas burners for battery-powered rides. It’s also an inconvenience and efficiency issue for commercial operations using battery-electric robots and transport vehicles. But WiTricity, a global developer of wireless charging technology, is now attracting millions…

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Wiferion Enters into Global License Agreement with WiTricity for Industrial Wireless Charging Applications

Wireless charging has the potential to ease the burden of the supply chain through uninterrupted operations and industrial automation     The agreement will allow Wiferion to use WiTricity’s wireless charging IP in the space of industrial applications Wireless charging increases factory uptime 32% through efficiencies gained from in-process charging that allows continual autonomous operations Wireless charging…

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How Will Disabled Drivers Access EV Chargers?

A recent article in Automotive News Shift Report focused on making chargers accessible for disabled drivers. “The federal government will spend billions of dollars building a network of 500,000 electric vehicle chargers. Will drivers with disabilities be capable of accessing them? That’s a question with few firm answers. As a push for infrastructure that supports…

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Wireless Charging Safety: an Electric Vehicle Analysis

WiTricity’s Senior Principal Engineer, Ky Sealy, answers the pressing questions surrounding the safety of wireless charging for electric vehicles.  As electric vehicles (EVs) become more commonplace and car manufacturers focus on expanding their portfolio to include EVs, consumers are becoming more concerned with charging safety. Whilst most people are aware of the hazards associated with…

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On the road to wireless charging

Alex Gruzen, CEO of wireless charging company WiTricity, has seen [wireless] evolution take place across multiple industries during his career in consumer electronics, from laptops to Wi-Fi technology. The idea of wireless always begins as an expensive, optional feature, until it suddenly becomes universal. “I see us going through the exact same trend here,” Gruzen…

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