Korea develops wireless charging for electric buses on the move

08/12/2013 | Forbes

Moving buses in Gumi, South Korea, can be charged as they travel. Electric cables buried in a 7.5-mile stretch of road in the city send electromagnetic fields to the bus, and then a coil in the bus battery changes that field into electricity that charges the battery. The concept was developed by Korea’s Advanced Institute of Science and Technology.

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