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Wireless Car Charging: Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2013 to 2019

Published: Oct, 2013 | Pages: 260 | Publisher: WinterGreen Research
Industry: Semiconductors | Report Format: Electronic (PDF)

The wireless car charging market will reach USD 4.6 billion by 2019. The market will face a surge due to the rising adoption of electric vehicles. Electric cars are recharged at a charging station or refuel by using energy stored in rechargeable batteries. This results in less pollution and creates an environment friendly stance as compared to conventional vehicles.

Wireless charging will enable a new range of services ranging which includes on-board audio streaming, context-specific notification filtering, and automatic cockpit drill customization. This move follows the trend of wireless charging incorporated in smartphones. The technology will move forward if it comes as an existing standard instead of an additional purchase. 

Wireless technology lets electric cars charge safely and effectively, increasing the industry demand of wireless car charging market over the forecast phase (2014-2020). Increased funding on EVSEs (electric vehicle supply equipment) by the government poses a risk for the growth of the wireless car charging market. Electric cars do not emit any noise, which could pose a risk to visually impaired that rely on noises to cross streets.

Network ranges are a problem faced by electric cars. Although companies like Tesla are optimizing their software and providing better batteries, they are far off from their fuel-dependent counterparts. Wireless cars will charge in special lanes using electromagnets. But this can affect normal cars driving in the nearby lane. Offsetting the cost and energy to charge electromagnets is a challenge faced by the wireless car charging market.

A set of industry standards to boost commercialization as well as to prevent resource wastage will favorably affect the wireless car charging market. For instance, the Society of Automotive Engineers issued a standard frequency for wireless transfer in electric vehicles starting in 2014. 

Nissan LEAF and Chevrolet Volt owners can charge using a wireless charger called Parking Pad, from Evatran. North America and Europe were the market leaders in 2012 due to high market penetration. In Asia Pacific, China has a rapid adoption rate on account of its government envisioning a pollution-free environment for the future.

Prominent companies invested in the wireless car charging market are Bosch Group, Qualcomm, Convenient Power, Intel, Evatran, and Energizer.

Companies Profiled

Market Leaders

    Bosch

Market Participants

    Alliance for Wireless Power
    Apple
    AudioDev
    Consumer Electronics Association
    Convenient Power
    Energizer
    Good & Easy Technology
    Google
    Google / Motorola
    HLC Electronics
    HLC Electronics
    Integrated Device Technology Business
    Intel
    iPDA - Newlift Technologies
    LG
    MAPTech Co
    MC Power Technology
    Microsoft / Nokia
    Nokia
    Procter & Gamble
    Procter & Gamble / Duracell
    PowerbyProxi
    Power Matters Alliance
    Qualcomm
    Qualcomm / WiPower
    Rexpower Industrial Development
    Samsung
    Shenzhen Koeok Electronic Technology
    Shineworld Innovations
    Texas Instruments
    Toyota
    Visteon
    Wireless Power Consortium

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    EV
    Vehicle Sharing
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    Auto Wireless Charging
    Induction Coil
    Car Wireless Charging
    Inductive Wireless Charging
    Wireless Transmitter And Receiver
    Wireless Charging
    Transmitter For Wireless Charging
    Human Safety Limits
    Frequency Selection
    Loosely-Coupled
    Wireless Phone Charging
    Wireless Phone Charger
    Electricity Generated In A Coil
 Wireless Car Chargers Executive Summary
Wireless Charging in the Automotive Industry: Inductive Power for EV Cars
Market Driving Forces
Electric Vehicle Wireless Charging
Electric Vehicle Wireless Charging Market Shares
Electric Vehicle Wireless Charging Market Forecasts

1. Wireless Car Chargers Market Definition and Market Dynamics
1.1  Wireless Car Charger Global Markets
1.1.1Wireless Car Charger Operations And Performance
1.1.2Wireless Car Charger Business and Technology Trends
1.1.3Wireless Car Charging
1.1.4Vehicle Sharing
1.2  Auto Industry
1.2.1Electric Vehicle Economic Forces
1.2.2Cars Represent 20% Of The US Economic Retail Spending
1.3  Electric Vehicle Design Trajectories
1.4  Electric Vehicle EVs
1.4.1EVs Cost Effective In City Conditions
1.4.2Lithium-Ion Car Batteries
1.4.3Private-Public Partnerships
1.5  Lithium-Ion Battery Target Markets
1.6  Wireless Car Charging
1.7  Wireless Car Charger Health Implications

2. Wireless Car Chargers Market Shares and Market Forecasts
2.1  Wireless Charging in the Automotive Industry: Inductive Power for EV Cars
2.1.1Market Driving Forces
2.1.2Electric Vehicle Wireless Charging
2.2  Electric Vehicle Wireless Charging Market Shares
2.2.1Bosch / Evatran Group
2.2.2Bosch Wireless Electric Car Charging Stations
2.2.3Qualcomm Halo
2.2.4Visteon
2.2.5WiTricity WiT-3300
2.2.6Intel
2.3  Electric Vehicle Wireless Charging Market Forecasts
2.3.1Electric Vehicle EV Market Forecasts and Installed Base
2.3.2Electric Vehicle EV Market Forecasts
2.3.3Wireless Charging for Electric Vehicles Percent Penetration of EV
2.3.4Bosch Financing For Wireless Automotive Charging Installation
2.3.5Wireless Charging Standards
2.3.6Wireless Charging Competing Standards
2.3.7Three Standards: Qi, PMA (Power Matter Alliance) Powermat, and A4WP (Alliance for Wireless Power)
2.3.8Wireless Charging of Phones in Cars
2.3.9Qi-Enabled Car Console Toyota
2.4  Inductive Charging
2.4.1Inductive Power Wireless Car Charging
2.4.2Benefits of Wireless Phone and Electronic Device Charging in Cars
2.5  Wireless Charging Energy Consumption ROI
2.6  Wireless Chargers for Cars Prices
2.7  Wireless Car Charging Regional Segments

3. Wireless Electric Car Chargers Product Description
3.1  Qualcomm Halo
3.1.1Qualcomm Halo Wireless Electric Vehicle Charging
3.1.2Qualcomm Business Model
3.1.3Qualcomm IP Portfolio
3.1.4Qualcomm R&D Capabilities
3.2  Bosch / Evatran Group
3.2.1Bosch/Evatran Group Plugless L2 Inductive Power
3.2.2Bosch / Evatran Group Plugless L2 Safety
3.2.3Bosch / Evatran Group Energy - Plugless L2 Efficiency
3.2.4Bosch / Evatran Needs Alignment Of The Vehicle Adapter and Parking Pad
3.2.5EVs Compatible With Bosch / Evatran Plugless L2
3.2.6Bosch Wireless Electric Car Charging Unit $3,000
3.2.7Bosch Power Max Home Charging Plug-In System
3.2.8Evatran Group Supplies the Level 2 240-Volt Wireless Charging Unit
3.2.9Bosch Financing For Wireless Automotive Charging Installation
3.2.10 Bosch Wireless Electric Car Charging Stations
3.3  Plugless Power Smarter EV Charging.
3.4  Evatran Group / Plugless Power
3.5  Plugless L2 Energy-Efficiency
3.6  Nissan Wireless Charging System
3.6.1Nissan Advanced Parking Assist
3.6.2Nissan Wireless Charging System
3.6.3Nissan Wireless Charging Technology Configuration
3.7  Daimler
3.7.1Daimler Tests Cordless Electric Vehicle Chargers
3.8  Conductix-Wampfler Inductive Power Transfer IPT®
3.8.1Conductix-Wampfler IPT® Rail
3.9  WiTricity WiT-3300
3.9.1WiTricity WiT-3300System
3.9.2WiTricity WiT-3300 Development System
3.9.3WiTricity Prodigy
3.10Mitsubishi Concept CA-MiEV
3.11Delphi Wireless Car Charging
3.12Toyota
3.13Visteon

4. Wireless Car Chargers Technology
4.1  Short Distance Power Transmission
4.1.1Inductive Charging
4.1.2Inductive Charging Benefits
4.1.3Electric Transport System Via Non-Contact Magnetic Charging
4.2  Wireless Charging Standards Bodies
4.2.1Wireless Charger Qi Standard
4.2.2Wireless Power Consortium Qi Standard
4.2.3Qi and the Wireless Power Consortium
4.2.4Qi and the Wireless Power Consortium
4.2.5Qi Authorized Test Labs ‑
4.3  Alliance for Wireless Power (A4WP).
4.3.1Spatial Freedom Product Design Issues
4.4  Power Matters Alliance
4.5  Operating Frequency for Loosely Coupled Wireless Power Transfer Systems
4.5.1Wireless Power Transfer (WPT) Systems
4.5.2CISPR 11 Radiation Emissions Limits

5. Wireless Chargers Company Description
5.1  Alliance for Wireless Power
5.2  Bosch Group
5.2.1Evatran Group Plugless Sales Go Live with Bosch
5.2.2Bosch Business Overview
5.2.3Bosch Group Reorganized Its Business Sectors
5.2.4Bosch Consumer Goods Sales
5.2.5Bosch Automotive Technology Sales
5.2.6Bosch Group
5.2.7Bosch Healthcare Supports Independent Living At Home
5.2.8Bosch Security Systems Division
5.2.9Robert Bosch Healthcare
5.2.10 Robert Bosch Remote Patient Monitoring
5.2.11 Bosch Healthcare Telehealth Systems
5.2.12 Bosch Healthcare Health Buddy System
5.2.13 Bosch Addresses Role of Compliance in Telehealth Adoption
5.2.14 Bosch North America Veterans Health Administration
5.2.15 Bosch / VRI
5.2.16 Bosch Healthcare and GreatCall Partnership
5.2.17 Bosch Healthcare - Telehealth And Care Solutions
5.2.18 Bosch Group and Health Hero Network
5.3  Consumer Electronics Association
5.4  Conductix-Wampfler
5.5  Convenient Power
5.6  Daimler
5.6.1Mercedes-Benz Qi For Wireless Charging Of Smartphones
5.6.2Mercedes-Benz "Qi" Technology
5.6.3Daimler Tests Cordless Electric Vehicle Chargers
5.6.4Daimler AG/Mercedes-Benz
5.6.5Daimler AG Revenue
5.7  Denso
5.8  Energizer
5.8.1Energizer 160 Countries
5.8.2Energizer Business
5.8.3Energizer Industry Participation
5.8.4Energizer Revenue
5.9  Good & Easy Technology
5.10Google
5.10.1 Google 2012 Corporate Highlights
5.10.2 Google Search
5.10.3 Google Revenue
5.10.4 Google Second Quarter 2013 Results
5.10.5 Google Revenues by Segment and Geography
5.10.6 Google / Motorola Headcount
5.10.7 Google / Motorola
5.11HLC Electronics
5.11.1 HLC Electronics Utilizing Advanced Testing Equipment
5.12HTC
5.13Integrated Device Technology
5.13.1 Integrated Device Technology Business
5.13.2 Integrated Device Technology Revenue
5.13.3 Integrated Device Technology Communications Segment
5.13.4 Integrated Device Technology Communication Timing Products:
5.13.5 Integrated Device Technology Serial RapidIO Solutions
5.13.6 Integrated Device Technology Revenue
5.14Intel
5.14.1 Intel joins A4WP Wireless Charging Group
5.14.2 Intel Company Strategy
5.14.3 Intel Architecture and Platforms
5.14.4 Intel Business Organization
5.14.5 Intel Product Set
5.14.6 Intel / McAfee
5.14.7 Intel Phone Components
5.14.8 Intel Non-Volatile Memory Solutions
5.14.9 Intel Revenue by Major Operating Segment
5.14.10Intel Percentage of Revenue by Major Operating Segment
5.15iPDA - Newlift Technologies
5.15.1 iPDA - Newlift Technologies Apple MFi CM Licensee
5.16JLW Communication Equipment
5.16.1 JLW Communication Equipment Strict Quality Control and Service
5.17Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
5.18LG
5.18.1 LG Core Capabilities
5.18.2 LG Growth Strategies
5.18.3 LG Revenue by Segment
5.19MAPTech Co.
5.19.1 MAPTech Releases An Average Of Four New Products Yearly
5.20MC Power Technology
5.21Microsoft / Nokia
5.21.1 Microsoft Key Opportunities and Investments
5.21.2 Microsoft Smart Connected Devices
5.21.3 Microsoft: Cloud Computing Transforming The Data Center And Information Technology
5.21.4 Microsoft Entertainment
5.21.5 Microsoft Search
5.21.6 Microsoft Communications And Productivity
5.21.7 Microsoft Revenue
5.21.8 Microsoft Customers
5.21.9 Microsoft .NET Framework
5.21.10Nokia
5.21.11Nokia / Microsoft
5.21.12Nokia Revenue
5.22Nissan
5.22.1 Nissan Wireless Charging System
5.22.2 Nissan Wireless Charging System
5.22.3 Nissan Advanced Parking System
5.22.4 Nissan Technology Configuration
5.22.5 Nissan Optimizes Product Development
5.22.6 Nissan Revenue
5.23Procter & Gamble
5.23.1 Procter & Gamble / Duracell
5.23.2 Procter & Gamble / Duracell® Quantum
5.23.3 P&G/Duracell/Powermat
5.23.4 P&G / Braun
5.23.5 P&G Brands
5.23.6 Procter & Gamble Innovation
5.23.7 Procter & Gamble Brands
5.23.8 Procter & Gamble Go-to-Market
5.23.9 Procter & Gamble Scale
5.23.10P&G Strategy
5.23.11Procter & Gamble Improving Productivity and Creating a Cost Savings Culture
5.23.12Procter & Gamble Strengthening Upstream Innovation Program and Pipeline
5.23.13P&G Revenue
5.24Evatran Group / Plugless Power
5.25PowerbyProxi:
5.25.1 PowerbyProxi Efficient Use Of Energy
5.25.2 PowerbyProxi Technology
5.25.3 PowerbyProxi Wireless Standards
5.26Power Matters Alliance
5.27Qualcomm
5.27.1 Qualcomm Business
5.27.2 QMC Offers Comprehensive Chipset Solutions
5.27.3 Qualcomm Government Technologies
5.27.4 Qualcomm Internet Services
5.27.5 Qualcomm Ventures
5.27.6 Qualcomm Revenue
5.27.7 Qualcomm / WiPower
5.27.8 Qualcomm Standardization Capabilities
5.27.9 Qualcomm Regulatory and Compliance Capabilities
5.28Rexpower Industrial Development
5.28.1 Rexpower 3,000 Models
5.28.2 Rexpower 5 Million Batteries Rolled Out Monthly
5.29Samsung
5.29.1 Samsung Revenue
5.29.2 Samsung Finds Talent And Adapts Technology To Create Products
5.29.3 Samsung Adapts to Change, Samsung Embraces Integrity
5.29.4 Samsung Telecom Equipment Group
5.29.5 Samsung Electronics Q2 2013 Revenue
5.29.6 Samsung Memory Over Logic
5.30Shenzhen Koeok Electronic Technology
5.30.1 Shenzhen Koeok Electronic Technology Strict QC Processes in Accordance with ISO Guidelines
5.31Shineworld Innovations
5.31.1 Shineworld Innovations Factories
5.31.2 Shineworld Innovations Supported by Reliable and Skillful Workers
5.32Texas Instruments
5.32.1 Texas Instruments Product Information
5.32.2 Texas Instruments Revenue
5.32.3 TI Transforms Mobile Charging
5.33Toyota
5.33.1 Toyota Avalon Wireless Charging Pad
5.33.2 Toyota / Lexus
5.33.3 Toyota Revenue
5.33.4 Lexus
5.34Visteon
5.35Wireless Power Consortium
5.35.1 The Qi Interface Inspires Innovation
5.35.2 Wireless Power Consortium
Table ES-1 Wireless Car Charging Market Driving Forces
Table ES-2 Wireless Charging for Cars Market Driving Factors
Figure ES-3 Wireless Car Charging Pads Market Shares, Dollars,  2012
Figure ES-4 Wireless Car Charging Market Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide,2013-2019
Table 1-1 Wireless Car Charger Market Characteristics
Table 1-2 Principal Features Used To Compare Rechargeable Batteries
Figure 1-3 Examples of Electric Vehicles
Figure 1-4 Example of EnerDel Electric Vehicle
Figure 1-5 Wireless Car Charging Spans Nine Orders of Magnitude
Figure 1-6 Wireless Car Power Charger Star Network Topology Multi Device Architecture
Figure 1-7 Wireless Car Power Charger Receiving Unit and Transmitting Unit System Reference Model
Figure 1-8 Wireless Charging Provides Ubiquitous Power
Figure 1-9 Smart Devices Can Discover Wireless Power Transmitters
Table 2-1 Wireless Car Charging Market Driving Forces
Table 2-2 Wireless Charging for Cars Market Driving Factors
Figure 2-3 Wireless Car Charging Pads Market Shares, Dollars,  2012
Table 2-4 Wireless Car Charging Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2012
Figure 2-5 Wireless Car Charger Market Forecasts Units, Worldwide,2013-2019  
Figure 2-6 Wireless Car  Charging Market Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide,2013-2019
Table 2-7 Wireless Car Charging Shipments Dollars, Worldwide, 2012-2019
Table 2-8 Electrical Vehicle Installed Base and Wireless Car Charging Shipments Dollars and Units, Worldwide, 2012-2019
Table 2-9 Electrical Vehicle Installed Base and Wireless Car Charging Shipments Dollars and Units, Worldwide, 2012-2019
Figure 2-10 Electric Vehicle EV Market Forecasts, Units, Worldwide,2013-2019
Table 2-11 Electrical Vehicle Shipments and Wireless Car Charging Market Penetration Dollars and Units, Worldwide, 2012-2019
Table 2-12 Wireless Car Charging Market Penetration of Electrical Vehicles EV Forecasts, Percent, Worldwide, 2012-2019
Figure 2-13 Wireless Car Charging Market Shares, Dollars,  2012
Table 2-14 Wireless Car Charger Regional Market Segments, Dollars,  2012
Figure 3-1 Qualcomm Halo WEVC System Technology
Table 3-2 Qualcomm Halo WEVC System Main Components
Figure 3-3 Qualcomm Halo Business Model
Figure 3-4 Bosch / Evatran Group Plugless L2 Efficiently And Safely Charges Electric Vehicle EV
Table 3-5 Bosch / Evatran Plugless Technology Efficiency
Figure 3-6 Bosch Wireless Electric Car Charging Unit
Figure 3-7 Bosch Wireless Electric Car Charging Adapter Unit
Figure 3-8 Plugless Power Wireless Charging
Figure 3-9 Nissan Wireless Charging Technology Functionality
Figure 3-10 Nissan Wireless Charging Technology
Table 3-11 Conductix-Wampfler IPT Benefits
Figure 3-12 WiTricity WiT-3300
Table 3-13 WiTricity WiT-3300 Components
Figure 3-14 Delphi WiTricity Wireless Car Charging
Table 4-1 Inductive Charging Benefits
Table 4-2 Wireless Power Consortium Qi Authorized Test Labs
Table 4-3 Wireless Power and Human Exposure
Table 4-4 Wireless Power Product Spatial Freedom Design Issues
Table 4-5 A4WP Requirements Specification
Figure 4-6 CISPR 11 Radiation Emissions Limits
Figure 4-7 CISPR 11 International Limits for ISM
Table 5-1 Benefits of Alliance for Wireless Power Approach
Table 5-2 Alliance for Wireless Power Key Aims:
Figure 5-3 Conductix-Wampfler Handling systems
Table 5-4 Daimler Charging Coil Construction
Table 5-5 Daimler Wireless Charging Coil Uses
Table 5-6 Integrated Device Technology Product Differentiation
Table 5-7 Integrated Device Technology Applications
Table 5-8 Intel Key Objectives
Figure 5-9 Intel Business Organization
Figure 5-10 Intel Product Set
Table 5-11 Key Elements of Nokia’s Strategy
Figure 5-12 Nissan Wireless Charging Technology Functionality
Figure 5-13 Nissan Wireless Charging Technology
Table 5-14 Procter & Gamble Components Of Reportable Business Segment Structure
Figure 5-15 Duracell Powermat
Figure 5-16 P&G Core Strength
Table 5-17 Procter & Gamble Long- Term Strategies
Table 5-18 Procter & Gamble Strengthening Core Business
Table 5-19 Procter & Gamble Cost Savings Programs
Table 5-20 Evatran Group Plugless Power Partners
Figure 5-21 Plugless Power Wireless Charging
Figure 5-22 Samsung Revenue by Segment
Figure 5-23 Visteon Summary
Figure 5-24 Visteon Progression to an Asia-Centric Business
 



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