Consistently bringing innovations and technology has seen the dawn of the Huawei car wireless charging solution. Currently, this charging technology is a patent and has got approval, so it is reasonable to say that we might soon see it in action. Originally, Huawei filed this patent in the month of January 2021 and since then, it has been undergoing review. Finally, this innovative charging system is now a licensed property of Huawei, and they can make adjustments to it without infringement from other companies.
How the Huawei car wireless charging patent works is by charging an EV once it enters a charging station without connecting it to a plug. Similar to the way wireless phone chargers work. From the abstract provided by our source, the patent consists of a wireless charging receiver, a transmitter, a system, and so on.
Once an EV drives into a charging station which uses the Huawei car wireless charging, a server checks for available charging spaces. When it finds a space where the car can charge, it relates this information to the car’s system, hence prompting the driver to move into place. Once in place, the charging transmitting coil begins charging the car wirelessly.
This will help cut the production of charging cables, hence saving cost and reducing waste. Certainly, this technology will need to go through further development before we begin to see it in Huawei cars (Aito). But we can hopefully look forward to a future where electric vehicles can charge without a charging connector.