The Qualcomm brand has invested heavily in the automotive industry. Not only investing in the inventor of advanced wireless technology and mobile connectivity, Qualcomm also wants to move to the automotive industry and redefine the completely connected car experience. At the FIA Formula E racing in China, Qualcomm has applied Qualcomm Halo wireless charging technology, to charge between uses for two BMW i8 Formula E safety cars and two BMW i3 for medical tasks. and support. All four vehicles have been modified to meet IFA’s technical and safety requirements, and are equipped with Halo, which allowsQualcomm charging without cables.
Formula E CEO, Alejandro Agag said: “We are pleased to announce this partnership with BMW, one of the leading pioneering automobile manufacturers. The BMW i8 and i3 are excellent models in terms of both features and breakthrough design, and along with Qualcomm wireless charging technology, these models can be deployed quickly, without removing the cord, ensuring Time off the fastest track.
Qualcomm also expects to see Qualcomm Halo wireless charging technology dismiss the concerns of many electric vehicle owners. If we can do so, the demand for electric cars will increase, the automobile industry and manufacturers will be encouraged to promote development as well as improve the design of electric vehicles, and we will contribute better to preserving the earth’s environment.
Besides charging technology, Qualcomm is changing other areas of the automotive industry with wireless technology innovations. A number of people do not realize that Qualcomm and its subsidiaries have improved automotive communication technology for more than 25 years, starting with OmniTRACS in 1988. Currently, Qualcomm gets partners in The automotive industry is judged to be a trusted advisor when it comes to creating a whole new landscape for safety and security, fully connected infotainment systems, convenience and personalization, energy and environment.