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Vehicle Power Stations Will Be Obsolete as Electric Cars Will Be Powered by "Cloud Computing"

Since we're in the race to stop climate change & global warming, one of the main goals to achieve to win the race is to eliminate large amounts of CO² – & among the big producers of CO² are fossil-fueled cars. Many people see EVs (Electric Vehicles) as the alternative to the traditional oil-powered cars of today, but the lack of power station infrastructure is one factor that decelerates the rise of EVs. 

I thought: why can't EVs run on power from cloud computing. So here's my concept to power it: All EV batteries are made with a specialized AI Chip consisting of a transmitter and a receiver. The transmitter or induction coil produces an electromagnetic field which transfers the energy across the gap to the corresponding induction coil in the receiving device. The receiver then converts the energy received from the magnetic field to usable electric current which is then used to charge the battery.  Unlike wired & tubed chargers, they can be centrally monitored and controlled via cloud connectivity. Software applications can start and stop charging based on the battery charge status. An onboard microcontroller is present for Data Logging, Remote Management and Control from a central location and to connect the chargers through the cloud. In addition, the charger can log data related to its usage including its on status, charging period, disconnected status, and the like. Since we're in the era of 5G & the "Internet of Things", this can be done.
 

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yaron vilosny We need charging locations that are centrally located. It’s extremely hard to find locations for ultra fast charging. We have found a way to generate your own electricity and not be a burden on the grid.
11 Apr 2022
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