Qualcomm licenses Halo wireless charging system to Tier 1 supplier Lear

Qualcomm Halo Wireless

Lear Corporation (NYSE: LEA), a global supplier of automotive seating and electrical systems, has agreed to license Qualcomm’s Halo Wireless Electric Vehicle Charging (WEVC) technology.

Lear will include Halo in its product portfolio to commercialize WEVC systems for plug-in vehicle manufacturers, as well as wireless charging infrastructure companies.

“Lear is a leading global Tier 1 supplier of high-power charging systems and related electronic components to the automotive industry. It is ideally positioned to develop a broad portfolio of WEVC systems, including multi-coil, solenoid and circular systems,” said Steve Pazol, Qualcomm VP of Wireless Charging.

“With our success in EV and hybrid high-power systems and proven program management capabilities, we see wireless charging as a new opportunity to serve our customers in further developing their strategies for EVs in existing and new vehicle segments,” said Lear President Frank Orsini.


Source: Qualcomm

  • Electric Bill

    There are thousands of EV conversions here in the US…I converted a BMW to fell EV, and, drive a fully electric pickup slmostcdaily, which is an EV conversion. I do hope they provide a kit for induction charging.

  • Sirchargealot

    Sounds exiting! Witch cars do Qualcomm support in Europe?