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This is What Gas Stations Will Look Like In the Future

The news: Years in the making, it now seems wireless charging systems for cars might soon be a reality. It was announced Thursday that Toyota Motor Corp. has signed an intellectual property licensing agreement with wireless charging pioneers WiTricity.

WiTricty does not itself build wireless charging products, but instead liscences out its technology to a company like Toyota, which announced, under this new licensing agreement, that it aims to offer wireless charging on upcoming plug-in hybrid electric and fully electric Toyota vehicles, including their very popular Prius line.

As seen in the video below, WiTricity’s technology enables products to charge from a distance without any physical connection. Toyota has been an investor in WiTricity since 2011, but the company has been around for several years developing their technology and making slow but steady progress along the way.


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