24-05-2017 | Electric Vehicles | News | Article
Qualcomm Tests Dynamic Inductive Charging
Driving instead of waiting: Qualcomm has demonstrated dynamic inductive charging of electric cars while driving. The system developed for this is capable of charging an electric car dynamically at up to 20 kilowatts at motorway speeds.
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