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Charging Robotics to Evaluate Wireless Charging System for Electric Vehicles in Automatic Car Parks

Fuel Doctor Inc., a Delaware corporation, announced today that its wholly owned subsidiary, Charging Robotics Ltd., an innovator in wireless charging solutions, received a Letter of Intent from an automatic car park provider in Israel to evaluate Charging Robotic’s wireless charging system for electric vehicles in one of the car park provider’s automatic car parks.

The proposed wireless charging system is set to answer the unmet need of charging electric vehicles in automatic car parks. Automatic car parks are gaining popularity as they offer an ultra-compact way to park cars, thus fighting the rising costs of land. However, since these are “lights out facilities” with no human access, there is no way for the driver to connect a charging cable to the vehicle. This is a big problem in areas where electric vehicles are common and automatic car park providers are constantly looking for solutions to answer this need for their customers.

Besides enabling EV charging in automatic car parks, the system has numerous advantages, including: (i) Seamless Integration: The wireless charging system will be seamlessly integrated into the automatic car park infrastructure, requiring minimal modifications to the existing layout. This ensures a hassle-free installation process while maximizing parking capacity; (ii) Convenient Charging Experience: EV drivers will experience the ultimate convenience by initiating the system using a dedicated smart phone application, which will also be used for reporting about the charging process; and (iii) Scalability and Adaptability: The system’s modular design enables easy scalability, allowing the parking lot operator to increase the number of chargers in the facility based on the growing number of electric vehicles. The system will be able to charge all electric vehicles at efficiencies of >93% which is revolutionary for wireless charging systems.

"It is an exciting milestone for us in our path to commercialization. This collaboration is a testament to the confidence in our technology as well as a significant step towards making electric vehicle charging more accessible and efficient," said Hovav Gilan, CEO of Charging Robotics.


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