Qualcomm Halo wireless charger to charge electric car brand

Qualcomm Halo wireless charger to charge electric car brand -

Qualcomm is best known for producing smartphone processor. However, it seems that the company is also involved in shaping the future of electric cars coming with Halo chargers. Recently, Qualcomm has partnered with the manufacturer of pieces of Swiss Brusa electric cars, to develop, manufacture and supply the Halo chargers to other companies. This way, it will pay to Qualcomm and it will accelerate the reality of the charge electric cars in car parks or even on roads with wireless chargers.

The chargers Halo debuted in Formula E championship, electric car race, to load the BMW i3 and i8 batteries which concluded in London in June. By Brusa charger license to manufacture, we hope the technology can be deployed to the public earlier than expected. Initially, the plan is for the electric car to be wirelessly charged by parking on a platform and then, hopefully, it can also spread to appear on the road. Therefore, there should be some special way that electrical charge as they drive by. The only downside for wireless charging is that they charge slower than plugging the cable into the car. However, it is more convenient because it does not require an additional cable for loading heavy and bulky to carry.

It seems that wireless charging is the alternative more attractive to the load current process is limited, confusing and sometimes face with unstable load network today.

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