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Wireless Charging for Electric Vehicle

Go Wireless

Simply Park And charge.

Our patent pending technology enables charging for electric vehicle wirelessly. An EV user 
simply has to park and charge. 

Two Device System

Electric Vehicle Wireless Charging System is based on the principle of magnetic field coupling and power transfer between the Ground Assembly (GA) and the Vehicle assembly (VA).

Charging time and efficiency as fast as a plug EV charger.

Type 2 Charger Level : 7.4 kw AC

Through materials like asphalt and concrete, our wireless charging technique can transfer power. The system employs a double D coil configuration that folds the north and south polls, producing a highly efficient circular flux with the vehicle assembly.

Surface or in-ground placement. Asphalt, concrete with no problem.


When parking above the charging spot, a user is guided by the in-car infotainment system, a mobile app, and the wall unit.


However, if there is a misalignment, our electric vehicle wireless charging system compensates for a 25% misalignment while demonstrating the same power transfer with the aid of the double D coil arrangement.

All the Charger you require

Park, as you see fits, the intelligent ground assembly automatically couples with the vehicle assembly and starts charging.

Simply Park. And Charge.

Smart and Safe

A system that is protected by sophisticated safety rules has been created by adopting the most stringent testing and design standards. According to SAE specification, the Dash Dynamic system includes Organic Object Protection (O.O.P.) and Foreign Object Detection (F.O.D.).

Dynamic, Semi-Dynamic, Static EV Wireless Charging

Wireless EV charging is not only available for parked cars (static charging). That's because a dynamic wireless electric vehicle charging system that can recharge moving cars is now being developed. As a result, "range anxiety" is eliminated.

Electric Vehicle Wireless charging technology application

Static EV Wireless Charging

When the vehicle is stationary, it receives a charge. Therefore, in this location, we may easily park the EV in a parking space or in a garage that has a Dash Vehicle Pad installed. The underside of vehicles are equipped with a wireless charger on the ground and a receiver (dash car pad). Align the receiver and transmitter before leaving the car to start charging. The distance between the transmitter and receiver, the size of their pads, and the power level of the AC supply all affect how long it takes to charge an object. 

Static EV Wireless Charging
Homes, Office, EV Charging station, Car Parking's, Shopping Centers etc.

Semi Dynamic EV Wireless Charging
Traffic Lights, Taxi Routes, Parking lots, hotel and mall entry, etc.

Semi Dynamic EV Wireless Charging

Semi-dynamic charging is when cars are in a loop, maybe beginning and stopping at regular intervals, and travelling down a specific route. EVs gain their initial charge relatively rapidly, and power snacking can ease range anxiety in both commercial and residential users.​

Dynamic EV Wireless Charging

As the names imply, here a moving vehicle is charged. A stationary ground charger transmits electricity over a short distance, up to 250 mm, to the receiver coil in a moving vehicle. By continuously charging its battery while operating an EV on roads and highways.

Dynamic EV Wireless Charging
Highways, inter-city, flyovers, underpass and city roads etc.

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2B-5C, Research & Innovation park,

IIT Delhi, Hauz Khas,

New Delhi 110016 (India)

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