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Qualcomm: First Electric Vehicle Wireless Charging Trial Announced for London 2011.11.19

London, UK - November 10, 2011 - Qualcomm Incorporated (NASDAQ: QCOM) today announced the first Wireless Electric Vehicle Charging (WEVC) trial for London in what is a UK and industry-leading initiative. Qualcomm is collaborating with the UK Government, as well as the Mayor of London's office and Transport for London (TfL) to deliver the trial.

Qualcomm: Driving "What's Next" in Wireless.
Developed by Qualcomm, the industry-leader in next-generation wireless technologies, Wireless Electric Vehicle Charging (WEVC) uses inductive wireless energy transfer to elegantly eliminate the plug-in cord used in most Electric Vehicles and Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (EV/PHEV) today.
Courtesy of Qualcomm
 

London, UK – November 10, 2011

Qualcomm Incorporated (NASDAQ: QCOM) today announced the first Wireless Electric Vehicle Charging (WEVC) trial for London in what is a UK and industry-leading initiative.

Qualcomm: Driving "What's Next" in Wireless.
Developed by Qualcomm, the industry-leader in next-generation wireless technologies, Wireless Electric Vehicle Charging (WEVC) uses inductive wireless energy transfer to elegantly eliminate the plug-in cord used in most Electric Vehicles and Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (EV/PHEV) today.
Courtesy of Qualcomm
 
Qualcomm is collaborating with the UK Government
, as well as the Mayor of London’s office and Transport for London (TfL) to deliver the trial.

Qualcomm: Driving "What's Next" in Wireless.
Dr. Paul E. Jacobs, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Qualcomm
.
Courtesy of Qualcomm
 
The pre-commercial trial is expected to start in early 2012 and will involve as many as 50 electric vehicles (EVs).


Qualcomm: Driving "What's Next" in Wireless.
Developed by Qualcomm, the industry-leader in next-generation wireless technologies, Wireless Electric Vehicle Charging (WEVC) uses inductive wireless energy transfer to elegantly eliminate the plug-in cord used in most Electric Vehicles and Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (EV/PHEV) today.
Courtesy of Qualcomm
 
The trial will use Qualcomm wireless inductive power transfer technology that enables high-efficiency power transfer across a large air gap
.

Qualcomm: Driving "What's Next" in Wireless.
Developed by Qualcomm, the industry-leader in next-generation wireless technologies, Wireless Electric Vehicle Charging (WEVC) uses inductive wireless energy transfer to elegantly eliminate the plug-in cord used in most Electric Vehicles and Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (EV/PHEV) today.
Courtesy of Qualcomm
 
It is very easy to use
: the driver simply parks the vehicle in the usual way and the system automatically aligns for power transfer, making parking easier and charging hassle free.

Qualcomm: Driving "What's Next" in Wireless.
Developed by Qualcomm, the industry-leader in next-generation wireless technologies, Wireless Electric Vehicle Charging (WEVC) uses inductive wireless energy transfer to elegantly eliminate the plug-in cord used in most Electric Vehicles and Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (EV/PHEV) today.
Courtesy of Qualcomm
 
The trial, which will be based partially in Tech City, the East London
cluster receiving the strong support of the Prime Minister, is planned to leverage the Tech City entrepreneurial community and encourage companies to innovate around services and applications, in order to enhance the smart EV experience.

Prime Minister David Cameron.
Photo courtesy flickr
 
Prime Minister David Cameron
said,
“This wireless charging technology is a giant leap forward for the electric car industry and I am delighted that London businesses will be among the first to benefit from the trial. Creative, high-tech advances such as this are extremely important as we work to rebalance our economy, and the decision to trial this at Tech City shows confidence in the UK as an ideal place for innovation and investment.”

Dr. Paul E. Jacobs, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Qualcomm.
Courtesy of Qualcomm
 
“This trial is a great example of how vehicle recharging could work in the future. This private sector investment shows how innovative solutions will help ensure electric cars are a real option for motorists,” said Justine Greening, secretary of state for transport.
“This project supplements the £30 million Government fund to kick-start installation of recharging points in eight areas across the country.”

The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson
Photo courtesy london.gov.uk
 
The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson
, said,
“In my quest to deliver cleaner air for the capital, I want London to be the electric car epicenter of Europe. Encouraging a massive uptake in electric driving is key to this vision of becoming a zero-emission city. We are already on this path with Transport for London delivering a citywide charging network, but we need to go further. This trial is an innovative new facet of my plans, with the promise to help drivers go electric with even greater confidence.”

Andrew Gilbert, executive vice president of European Innovation Development at Qualcomm.
Courtesy of Qualcomm
 
“Qualcomm is very pleased to be participating in the London WEVC pre-commercial trial, which builds on the existing trials of electric vehicles sponsored by the Technology Strategy Board and the Office for Low Emission Vehicles in the UK,” said Andrew Gilbert, executive vice president of European Innovation Development at Qualcomm.
“Wireless charging eradicates the EV plug-in cable and makes charging of electric vehicles simple and easy for drivers.”

No Fuss, Just Wireless
Courtesy of Qualcomm
 
Addison Lee, the UK’s largest minicab company, and Chargemaster plc, the leading European operator of advanced EV charging infrastructure, have also agreed to participate in the WEVC London trial
.

No Fuss, Just Wireless
Qualcomm has announced a WEVC trial in collaboration with the UK Government, as well as Transport for London (TfL) and the Mayor of London’s office.
Courtesy of Qualcomm
 
“As a company with a keen eye on the future, we believe that the WEVC London trial will provide unique insights into how wirelessly charged electric vehicles could be used in our business,” said John Griffin, chairman, Addison Lee.

No Fuss, Just Wireless
Qualcomm has announced a WEVC trial in collaboration with the UK Government, as well as Transport for London (TfL) and the Mayor of London’s office.
Courtesy of Qualcomm
 
“We are delighted to be part of this exciting wireless EV/PHEV charging program,” said David Martell, chief executive of Chargemaster plc.
“The London trial will complement our existing electric vehicle infrastructure programs and keep London and the UK at the forefront of electric vehicle charging technology.”

No Fuss, Just Wireless
Qualcomm has announced a WEVC trial in collaboration with the UK Government, as well as Transport for London (TfL) and the Mayor of London’s office.
Courtesy of Qualcomm
 
A Wireless Electric Vehicle Charging steering committee with representatives from TfL, the Mayor’s office, and central Government will be set up to oversee the trial
.

No Fuss, Just Wireless
Qualcomm has announced a WEVC trial in collaboration with the UK Government, as well as Transport for London (TfL) and the Mayor of London’s office.
Courtesy of Qualcomm
 
The trial is open to any company, such as vehicle manufacturers, that wishes to participate
.

Companies should register their interest at

www.wevc.com  


Wireless Electric Vehicle Charging

“If you had the choice – a plug-in cable or wireless – what would you chose?”


Developed by Qualcomm, the industry-leader in next-generation wireless technologies, Wireless Electric Vehicle Charging (WEVC) uses inductive wireless energy transfer to elegantly eliminate the plug-in cord used in most Electric Vehicles and Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (EV/PHEV) today.


Wireless Charging for EV/PHEV

Charging EV/PHEV today — which usually involves handling and plugging in to a charge box with a cable — is cumbersome and not user friendly.

Plus, when in use, charging equipment is susceptible to the elements and vandalism.

Some neighborhoods even consider the equipment esthetically unpleasing.

WEVC is simple but effective and takes the hassle out of charging your EV/PHEV.


Advantages:

Easy to use — just drive up and park, no need to completely align the car on a charging area.

Convenient — no bulky cables needed to unpack and plug in.

The Base Charging Unit (BCU) can be surface mounted on the ground or buried below ground without any impact on charging.

Power can be transferred across a large air gap with high efficiency.

The charging system is highly tolerant to misalignment so drivers do not have to change the way they park.


WEVC London Trial 2012

Qualcomm has announced a WEVC trial in collaboration with the UK Government, as well as Transport for London (TfL) and the Mayor of London’s office.

The pre-commercial trial, which will take place in 2012, will involve up to 50 electric road vehicles and will be a world first in the deployment of this kind of wireless electric vehicle charging technology.

Addison Lee and Chargemaster plc. are the first partners to announce their support and participation in the WEVC London trial.

Addison Lee, UK’s largest taxi company will deploy a number of WEVC vehicles to the trial.

Chargemaster plc. will install WEVC infrastructure to support the trial with some of the first BCUs being installed in Tech City to the East of London.

If your company is interested in participating in the trial, send an email to
wevctrial@qualcomm.com  

with your company information and contact person, and indicating how you would like to get involved.


About Qualcomm


Qualcomm Incorporated (NASDAQ: QCOM) is the world leader in 3G and next-generation mobile technologies.

 
 
For more than 25 years, Qualcomm ideas and inventions have driven the evolution of digital communications, linking people everywhere more closely to information, entertainment and each other.

For more information, visit Qualcomm’s website, OnQ blog, Twitter and Facebook pages.


Qualcomm Contacts

Tina Asmar
Corporate Communications

p: 1-858-845-5959
e: corpcomm@qualcomm.com  

Warren Kneeshaw
Investor Relations

p: 1-858-658-4813
e: ir@qualcomm.com  


Source: Qualcomm Inc.

http://www.qualcomm.com/news/releases  



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