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Impact of Wireless Charging Technology Advances in Consumer and Automotive Sectors (TechVision)

  • ID: 3553187
  • Report
  • December 2015
  • Region: Global
  • 70 Pages
  • Frost & Sullivan
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Paving the Way for Next-Gen Charging Technologies


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This research service assesses various wireless charging technologies that are available in the market. The available wireless technologies in the market are: inductive coupling wireless charging, resonance wireless charging, radio frequency energy harvesting, and capacitive coupling wireless charging.

The technology capabilities, market share, applications in consumer electronics and electric vehicle charging are some of the aspects covered in this research study. The rapid growth of urbanization has led to the increased use of smartphones and their applications for various purposes. This growth has propelled a need for charging technologies that will help the smart device users to keep their devices charged for continuous use.

This is one of the largest drivers for market prominence of wireless charging. Inductive and resonance (resonant inductive coupling) charging technologies have already become popular wireless charging options for consumer electronics and electric vehicle charging. Radio charging and capacitive charging technologies are expected to make their market entry soon. Capacitive charging (capacitive coupling or electrostatic induction) in particular is expected to bring significant changes in the wireless power ecosystem.

This research service provides:

- Trends, insights, and technologies of focus for stakeholders in this segment
- An overview of technology trends impacting wireless charging
- A review of key technological/business challenges influencing the implementation of such technologies
- Emerging market needs likely to shape R&D efforts in the near future to aid stakeholders to plan their R&D portfolios effectively
- Strategic insights and technology assessment of wireless charging technologies based on analytical hierarchy process (AHP) analysis
- Insights into the road ahead for adoption of emerging technologies in industrial automation
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1. Executive Summary
  • Research Scope
  • Research Methodology
  • Research Methodology Step by Step Approach
  • Key Findings
2. Wireless Charging - Technology Landscape Assessment
  • Technology Snapshot
  • Radio Wireless Charging
  • Inductive Wireless Charging
  • Resonance Wireless Charging
  • Capacitive Wireless Charging
  • Comparative Assessment of Wireless Charging Technologies
3. Application Landscape
  • Applications and Wattage
  • Wireless Charging for Consumer Electronics
  • Wireless Charging for Automobiles
  • EV types, Battery Capacities and Feasibility of Inductive Charging in Next 5 Years
4. Wireless Charging Standards Aiding Adoption
  • Qi Standard - Wireless Power Consortium (WPC)
  • AirFuel (PMA + Rezence standard) - A New Standard
5. Market Drivers and Challenges
  • Factors Influencing Adoption of Wireless Charging - Market Drivers and Challenges
  • Market Drivers Explained
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6. Market Potential
  • Global Market Opportunities
  • Market Forecast - Inductive Charging Station Sales Forecast
  • Market Adoption of Inductive Charging based on the Charging Capacity for Automotive Industry
7. Key Innovations Assessment
  • Bidirectional Inductive Charging Systems
  • Inductive Charging Systems
  • Dynamic Wireless Charging System and Test Track
  • Wireless Power Transmission in 3D
  • High Power Wireless Charging System for Buses
  • Wireless Charging for Consumer Electronics and Electric Vehicles
  • Magnetic Resonance Wireless Charging technology
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8. Opportunity Evaluation and Roadmapping
  • Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) - Based Technology Roadmap
  • Criteria Definitions - Level 0
  • Sub-Criteria Definition - Level 1 and Alternatives
  • Level 0 and Level 1 Criteria - Priority Values
  • Comparison of Alternatives against Level 0 Criteria
  • Alternatives Comparison against Level 1 Criteria - Technology Capabilities and Market Aspect
  • Final Priority Values
  • AHP - Based Insights
9. Key Patents

10. Key Contacts
  • Key Industry Contacts
  • Legal Disclaimer
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