2017 IEEE Transportation Electrification Conference and Expo, Asia-Pacific (ITEC Asia-Pacific) 2017
DOI: 10.1109/itec-ap.2017.8080779
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“…However, there are other disruptive solutions under development, one of them being the construction of electrified corridors, using either the pavement or an overhead gantry. Recently, in Sweden, a 2-km stretch of pavement was unveiled that uses electric rails to transfer energy and charge an EV, using a mechanical arm (Taljegard, Thorson, Odenberger, & Johnsson, 2017). The potential of this technology is enormous, as it provides the ability to charge while in circulation, thus eliminating one of the main bottlenecks of EV (long charging periods and a relatively low autonomy when compared with traditional fuel engine vehicles).…”
Section: Infrastructure-related Digitalizationmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…However, there are other disruptive solutions under development, one of them being the construction of electrified corridors, using either the pavement or an overhead gantry. Recently, in Sweden, a 2-km stretch of pavement was unveiled that uses electric rails to transfer energy and charge an EV, using a mechanical arm (Taljegard, Thorson, Odenberger, & Johnsson, 2017). The potential of this technology is enormous, as it provides the ability to charge while in circulation, thus eliminating one of the main bottlenecks of EV (long charging periods and a relatively low autonomy when compared with traditional fuel engine vehicles).…”
Section: Infrastructure-related Digitalizationmentioning
confidence: 99%