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 Pad installed in the parking space. Once the vehicle has parked above the Pad, the Connector automatically lowers from the vehicle’s underbody and connects to the Pad, and the vehicle is charged over the conductive connection.

Easelink is cooperating with automotive OEMs, Tier 1 suppliers and infrastructure providers. Matrix Charging is currently being used in an electric taxi project called eTaxi Austria, which is being rolled out in Vienna and Graz, Austria. Over 60 Volkswagen and Hyundai EVs and 10 taxi stands will be equipped with the technology.

Source: Easelink


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