Hear the latest research on inductive charging of electric vehicles – join the online event of the MICEV project
Inductive charging is a wireless charging technology that will be used with electric vehicles (EVs) in the near future. This offers many advantages over traditionally and other currently available EVs, such as charging whilst in motion, smaller batteries, high autonomy, and high-efficiency power transmission, all leading to the reduction of carbon dioxide (CO2) and fossil fuel consumption.
MICEV research project aims to advance inductive power transfer (IPT) for the charging of EVs by developing metrology techniques for measuring IPT efficiency as well as ensuring reliable demonstration of compliance with existing safety standards for human exposure. In the project Aalto University has focused on computing the wireless charging while the vehicle is in dynamic motion. In addition, the charger unit has been improved by redesigning the ferrite layouts.
Join us for the final event held online on 25 February, 2021 and hear our latest research results. One of the speakers at the event is postdoctoral researcher Pauli Salminen from the School of Engineering presenting an efficiency study of IPT charging station.
See the programme of the final event here.
Please register latest on 31 January. Link to registration
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