Love is in the air: More and more AGVs around the world are entering into an electrifying relationship with a wireless energy system from Wiferion. In the meantime, an AGV charges every eleven seconds at an inductive charging station from the IFOY Award winner from Freiburg, Germany.
Every 11 seconds an AGV falls in love with Wiferion
Without a suitable partner, the drive can be lacking. Transferred to the world of automated guided vehicle and autonomous mobile robots, this means: without an intelligent energy supply, the vehicles stand still during charging breaks. On the other hand, inductive fast charging systems and AGVs are the perfect match. That’s why more and more AGV manufacturers are relying on Wiferion’s etaLINK series. “Already, an AGV charges every 11 seconds at one of our charging stations. Due to the continuously increasing demand for our energy solutions, we will bring together many more AGVs and wireless charging systems in the future,” says Wiferion CEO Florian Reiners. The target: inductive charging should become the standard power supply for automated logistics vehicles in just a few years.
“Already, an AGV charges every 11 seconds at one of our charging stations. Due to the continuously increasing demand for our energy solutions, we will bring together many more AGVs and wireless charging systems in the future”
Florian Reiners, CEO Wiferion
Wiferion’s wireless charging technology is now in use in more than 20 countries. The trend is still upward. According to Florian Reiners, Wiferion receives requests from all parts of the world. In addition to the DACH region, Wiferion is currently regarded as a forward-looking tech company, particularly in the USA. This is also underlined by reaching the final round of the MHI Award “Best New Innovation” in the highly competitive US environment. In addition, Wiferion is systematically opening up further international markets such as Japan, India and Canada.