High Efficiency, Fast Wireless Charging Of Electric Vehicles
Santa Clara Convention Center, CA, USA
Grand Ballroom C
14:40 - 15:00
Wireless charging of Electric Vehicles, buses and trucks is rapidly moving from the development to real world applications. This technology can provide safe, efficient and fast charging of Electric Vehicles at rates of 100 kW and beyond and will be a critical component of the EV and autonomous vehicle ecosystems. In this talk, I will review some of the important performance criteria for these applications and present our recent results in this area.
Afshin founded Mojo Mobility in 2005 sensing a market need for wireless power in mobile, automotive and industrial applications. Before founding Mojo Mobility, Afshin was the CEO of Excel Technologies advising companies and governments on Technology management including management of a €150 million portfolio of Technology projects for the government of Republic of Ireland. Prior to that, Afshin led Product Management and Product Dev at Digilens, a Networking and Virtual Reality Company in Silicon Valley. Afshin previously managed Strategy and Business Development for Lucent's Broadband Networks Business Unit which had an annual revenue of over $1 B. Earlier in his career, he has had management and development roles at Lucent's Bell Laboratories, AT&T, Hughes Corp, and NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratories.
Afshin holds Masters and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering from University of Southern California and an MBA from Columbia University. He has authored over 70 reviewed publications and is an inventor on over 50 patents.
Afshin holds Masters and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering from University of Southern California and an MBA from Columbia University. He has authored over 70 reviewed publications and is an inventor on 48 patents.
Mojo Mobility is a leader in advanced wireless charging technologies and products for the mobile, automotive and industrial markets. Mojo Mobility's position free, high efficiency systems range from <1 W for wearables to over 50 kW for wireless EV charging providing its partners an easy path for integration of wireless charging into their products and systems. Mojo is currently working with some of the leading mobile and automotive companies on wireless charging applications.
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