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Easelink, NXP develop automated EV charging positioning system

Austrian technology firm Easelink and Dutch manufacturer NXP Semiconductors have jointly developed a positioning system for automated EV charging based on ultra-wide band (UWB) technology. The system integrates UWB—a wireless technology that securely, precisely, and efficiently estimates the relative positions of two electronic devices—to help bring a vehicle into the optimal position for fully automated… Read more »

KEBA and Easelink work to develop automated hands-free conductive charging for EVs at home

Easelink makes a hands-free, automated conductive charging system that is in operation at taxi stands in the company’s native Austria. Earlier this year, Easelink demonstrated its Matrix Charging technology to US industry players. Now Easelink is collaborating with a fellow Austrian firm called KEBA, an EV charger manufacturer that has sold over 500,000 wallboxes around… Read more »

Easelink launches its automated Matrix Charging technology in the US

Austria-based Easelink is preparing for series production of its hands-free, automated conductive charging technology. The company will demonstrate its Matrix Charging technology for the first time to US industry players at the upcoming Electric Vehicle Symposium and Exposition in Sacramento. The Matrix Charging system consists of an underbody vehicle unit (the Connector) and a charging… Read more »

Easelink tests automated taxi stand charging in Austria

One of the provisions of Austria’s Energy and Climate Plan calls for all taxis to be emission-free by 2025, and this is driving innovation. Authorities in the cities of Vienna and Graz have found that the best option is to provide charging infrastructure directly at taxi stands. This allows every minute between trips to be… Read more »

Easelink provides automated conductive charging for eTaxis in Austria

The Austrian cities of Vienna and Graz are gradually shifting to eTaxis. Starting in 2025, only emission-free taxis will be permitted in the country. A new project in the two cities will test a system that allows automated charging at taxi stands. The eTaxi Austria project will retrofit a total of 10 taxi stands and… Read more »

Easelink demonstrates autonomous conductive charging system

Austria-based Easelink demonstrated its Matrix Charging system at the recent IAA Mobility 2021 trade show in Munich. Automotive parts supplier Schaeffler integrated Matrix Charging into a demo model of its Rolling Chassis, a platform for driverless mobility solutions. Easelink’s Matrix Charging system is a fully automated conductive charging system, and the company sees it as… Read more »

China’s NEVC to deploy Easelink’s automated conductive charging system

China’s New Energy Vehicle Technology Innovation Center (NEVC) and Austrian charging hardware provider Easelink have signed a memorandum of understanding to deploy Easelink’s Matrix Charging system. The Matrix Charging system consists of two components: a connector installed in the vehicle underbody, and a pad installed in the parking space. As soon as the vehicle parks… Read more »

Easelink tests its automated conductive charging system with Austrian car-share service

One of the challenges of urban charging is a simple lack of space on streets and sidewalks. Some see wireless charging as the solution, but the Austrian firm Easelink has developed a cable-free physical charging system. “The competition between parking spaces and walkways as well as the lack of surfaces for installing cable-based charging systems… Read more »

Easelink wants to set a new standard for EV charging: Automatic and conductive

On average, you park your EV once every nine miles. Imagine if every one of those times, your car could quickly recharge without any intervention on your part. This is the vision of Easelink, an EV charging company based in Graz, Austria. Easelink wants to put its Matrix Charging technology in parking spots far and… Read more »

Easelink successfully tests conductive charger prototype

EV charging technology company Easelink has announced a successful test of its Matrix Charging technology, an automatic conductive EV charging system. Easelink has been testing the technology since September 2018 at the employee parking lot of Energie Steiermark, an Austrian energy supply company. Matrix Charging consists of a stationary conductive charging pad installed in a… Read more »