London, UK (PRWEB) September 17, 2015
In the recent past, wireless charging of portable devices like cell phones and medical implants has come to the forefront. Up-to-date cell phones and wearables utilise too much electricity that they usually expire before a charging point is discovered, which makes charging exhausting and long. Cutting somebody open to change their battery is an absurdly bad idea. Better batteries and energy storage like solar cells have not turned out to be adequate so the ubiquitous performance of a top up charge without the battery-powered device being plugged into a source of electricity is grabbing eager attention of users.
Plug-in hybrid or pure EVs are selling very well nowadays. This brings up concerns about weight, dirt, vandalism and safety with plugging in. Thus, auto manufacturers are planning to equip a host of new cars and buses with wireless charging capabilities from 2017.
BYD Auto Co., Ltd., DBT-CEV, Infineon Technologies, PowerHydrant USA, Qualcomm USA, Tesla Motors, Volkswagen, WiTricity Corporation, and XALT Energy, among others, are the leading players in the market.
Topical research report “Wireless Charging 2016-2026: Phones & Small Electronics, Electric Cars & Other Vehicles” developed by IDTechEx Ltd is now available at MarketPublishers.com
Title: 2016-2026: Phones & Small Electronics, Electric Cars & Other Vehicles
Published: August, 2015
Price: US$ 4,975.00
The research publication provides an insightful analysis and forecasts of the wireless charging market for EVs and small electronics. The report provides improvement timelines, sales projections for the next decade, alternatives to present-day techniques for wireless charging and a strictly unbiased overview of the global marketplace.
- Extensive analysis of the global market.
- Examination of the historical evolution of the industry and a comprehensive picture of the current market situation.
- Discussion of wireless charging for vehicles when stationary.
- Overview of dynamic charging of vehicles.
- Insights into the various alternatives to wireless charging for vehicles.
- Detailed examples of interviews conducted in 2015.
More studies by the publisher can be found at IDTechEx page.