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WIRELESS POWER TRANSMISSION
in PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
Wireless Power Transmission is a means by which large amounts of electrical energy may be transmitted through
the atmosphere from a power source in one location to a receiver and consumer of electric power at another
location. This electric power transfer is accomplished without wires by using microwaves to transfer the
energy cleanly, safely, silently, securely and unobtrusively. Although this technology has been around for many
years, especially for use in space applications, PARISE RESEARCH TECHNOLOGIES
plans on bringing it to
fruition in a unique terrestrial application over the next several years to power remote electric energy-consuming devices.
Although these devices can be one of many portable electronic products utilized today (laptops, cell phones,
ipods, PDAs, lawnmowers, etc.), the primary focus initially will be on electric vehicles, and in particular
vehicles for public transportation. These vehicles will have the same range,
power, mobility and maneuverability that diesel and gasoline powered vehicles currently have, but will be
all-electric non-polluting and one day be coupled with a renewable electrical energy source.
A brief summary of the technology may be reviewed here.
A quick viewing of one of the technical papers titled, “Future all-electric transportation communication and recharging via wireless power beam”,
(SPIE Paper No. 4214-22), will also provide a good overview and presentation of the technology.
|The beauty and practicality of pollution-free, wireless trolleys.|
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