WiTricity have announced a new FastTrack Integration Program for automotive OEMs that allows initial vehicle integration in just three months, accelerating automaker testing of wireless charging on existing and future EV platforms.

Wireless charging using the WiTricity Halo receiver and 11kW charger will be fully enabled and operational on the automaker’s EV platform.

Alex Gruzen, CEO of WiTricity, said:

“Knowing the challenges of automotive timelines, we are committed to help OEMs move more quickly to adopt the wireless charging technology that customers want.


“We have extensive experience upgrading existing vehicles such as the Tesla Model 3 and the Ford Mustang Mach-E to support wireless charging, and in working with early adopters of factory-installed wireless charging. WiTricity can partner with OEMs not just on evaluation, but on delivery from our global supply chain of fully automotive-grade wireless charging solutions for production programs.”

WiTricity’s FastTrack Integration Program aims to help OEMs develop dealer-installable wireless charging options that meet market demand while production programs are in development.

This program delivers test- and evaluation-ready wireless charging with a complete implementation of both hardware and software.

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