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PowerSquare announces India's first in-car wireless charging solution

ANI  |  Bengaluru [India] 

Leading innovator in the segment on Tuesday announced solutions for the automotive sector.

Conceptualized and engineered indigenously, is working with Automobile OEM's and Tier I suppliers to manufacture the module and provide a completely 'Made in India' solution for cars in

PowerSquare's eliminates the need to search for power cords or charging cables to power-up each

With wireless charging, users can experience a much safer and convenient way of powering up their device while on the move.

"With our cost-effective approach to system design coupled with localization, we intend to bring this feature into mid-segment vehicles. We are currently working with multiple global and Indian automotive manufacturers to embed this in their new models," said founder and CEO, PowerSquare, Pavan Pudipeddi.

The is a three coil-design which can be customized and placed on the dashboard, central console or arm rest.

Further, the module supports Qi-compatible phones with full 5W and 15W receiving capabilities.

The system is designed to intelligently detect the type of device on the charging area and optimizes the charging rate appropriately.

The system will differentiate between an and a phone and deliver 7.5W or a 10W faster charging mode to the device.

"PowerSquare is envisioning a future where we can bring to every aspect of a consumer's life. The team here in Bengaluru is working to extend their expertise for future applications such as electric vehicles, kitchen appliance, among others," said co-founder and COO, PowerSquare,

In the next 18 months, set to be the cornerstone of the mobile industry, as all the major phone OEM's are looking to embed the into all their offerings.

With such widespread adoption of the technology on the cards, wireless charging shall find utility and relevance across a host of sectors.

Thus, PowerSquare is focusing on bringing and in sectors like consumer electronics, automotive and infrastructure.

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First Published: Tue, January 30 2018. 16:55 IST