Qualcomm Halo

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Qualcomm Halo believes that wireless charging, which is simple and convenient, with minimum driver intervention will eventually become the preferred charging method for all EVs.
 
The Qualcomm Halo wireless Electric Vehicle Charging (WEVC) technology has a high tolerance to misalignment of the charging pads. This makes parking simple; there is no need for complex alignment or expensive vehicle guidance systems. There is no street furniture to clutter the sidewalk and the base charging unit can be buried under the parking bay surface. The system performance is also not affected by rain, snow or ice.
 
WEVC technology is ideally suited to stationary wireless charging, but also enables dynamic wireless charging - charging the electric vehicle battery while the vehicle is on the move.
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2019
10 May

Wireless Charging of Electric Vehicles 2019 and in Future

The window of opportunity for static contactless (wireless) charging is closing due to delay with standards and intense market focus on vehicle range and cost.
2017
22 May

Qualcomm demonstrates dynamic electric vehicle charging

Eynamic electric vehicle charging allows vehicles to charge while driving.
2015
11 Dec

Conference: Electric Vehicles - Everything is changing USA 2015

Summary of the key information tracked during the Electric Vehicle conference held in Santa Clara USA.
26 May

Strategic collaboration on connected car technologies

A strategic collaboration focused on pioneering innovation in the connected car.
2014
29 Aug

Formula E course cars to be equipped with Qualcomm wireless charging

The all-electric FIA Formula E Championship has confirmed that its course cars for the inaugural season will be fitted with Qualcomm Halo™ wireless charging technology - an inductive charging system which allows the car's battery to be charged without the use of cables.
2 Jun

Investors raise 50 million Euros for the FIA Formula E Championship

Formula E Holdings, series promoters of the FIA Formula E Championship, concluded its first round of financing, attracting a new wave of investors totalling 50 million euros.
2013
13 Sep

Energy harvesting at Formula E

Qualcomm Halo WEVC technology uses resonant magnetic induction to transfer energy between a ground-based pad and a charging pad on the electric vehicle.
11 Mar

Electric Futures for Transport Conference, London: Lessons learned

Peter Stonham, Editorial Director of New Transit introduced the excellent 25 person London event then Dr Peter Harrop of IDTechEx scoped the total subject of electric vehicles, land, water and air - one industry now with best practice first occurring all over the place and rapid improvement with almost all components changing radically.
2012
11 Sep

Sustainable Moto Expo Success

A new event was staged in The exquisite regency town of Cheltenham on September 8-9. It pulled in a remarkable 10,000 visitors to attend debates, lectures and mainly to see the exhibition and rides of no less than 40 electric vehicles, mainly experimental, on-road and racing cars.
28 Mar

Driving EV Adoption with Wireless Charging

Qualcomm Halo, United States
2 Mar

The Dilemma of Fast Charging of Electric Vehicles

Many companies now offer fast chargers for on-road vehicles though very few have been installed. For instance, Japan has only installed 80 across the whole country.
16 Feb

Wireless power could revolutionize highway transportation

A Stanford University research team has designed a high-efficiency charging system that uses magnetic fields to wirelessly transmit large electric currents between metal coils placed several feet apart.