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The future of auto industry

The future of auto industry
The future of auto industry The future of the automotive industry: electric cars loaded wireless Now more than a century learn first car that operate based on heat engines. Technology has evolved, engines and cars have Evolution and today we got to talking about the electric car. Many of these took the form of prototypes, but few car manufacturers have decided to release some models. One of the disadvantages of electric cars is the battery recharging, which takes more and requiring connection to a power outlet. This could be overcome soon, thanks to a wireless method of recharging the batteries of electric cars. This technology is already here, being implemented Citroen C1 car of a British company. Thus, unlike conventional electric cars, it does not require connection to a power outlet. "Charging batteries is wireless. Park, remove key and starts automatically reloading" said Anthony Thomson, CEO HaloIPT, the British company that installed this technology. The process uses electromagnetic induction to transfer electrical energy from a fixed support by one positioned in the asphalt machine. This system could be installed in supermarket car parks or garages, and when the driver parked, the two supports and aligns with just one touch of a button, recharging starts. The phenomenon of electromagnetic induction was discovered by the British physicist Michael Faraday in 1831. He dscoperit that two foils positioned very close to each other and an electric current passes only through one of this gives rise to a magnetic field. In the case of a reloading machine, the two foils are embedded in a carrier. The system was developed by the University of Auckland, New Zealand and marketed by HaloIPT.Oficialii HaloIPT said that electricity can be transmitted and unfavorable weather conditions. Holders remain fully operational and safe in any conditions, transmitting energy even through a layer of snow. Also, those in HaloIPT believe that things will improve in the future and will appear a lot of recharging stations in most major cities. A "fleet" of buses fitted with cross supports two Italian cities, Genoa and Turin since 2002. brackets that were incorporated into the pavement some of the bus stops to load vehicles. "The buses are equipped with signs indicating that they are electric, and people say that they like to run with them, given that these buses are quieter than those operating on diesel" Mathias testified Conductix-Wampfler Wechlin from, a German company that promotes this technology.