In fact, the history of vehicle wireless charging is as long as that of electric toothbrushes. Vehicle wireless charging technology appeared in the 90s of last century, developed by general and its flag company Delco, but the first ETL authentication and application is the Plugless L2 system of Evatran company of the United States, which has been installed and used in Chevrolet Volt and Nissan Leaf. However, these wireless charging schemes and charging piles are actually a nature. A cushion is laid on the ground. There is an electric appliance on the car. It can be recharged on the top, but only to plug and pull out the interface.
One aspect is to expand the wireless charging point from home to the road, and now there are several wireless charging roads that are running, but the charge is the bus. For example, in 2013, South Korea has built 12 kilometers of wireless charging bus lines, including China, such as Germany, Italy and other countries also have similar bus operation. In addition to the wireless charging Road, more popular are the bus stations and taxi stops with wireless charging points, using the time of parking to "compete for the second" charge.