CU-ICAR is trialing Plugless Power to understand the next generation of automotive technologies
The Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) is an advanced-technology research campus where academia, industry and government organizations engage in synergistic collaboration. With more than $200 million in commitments, CU-ICAR represents the ultimate public/private partnership, directly fueling a knowledge base critical to the automotive industry. The center is located in Greenville, South Carolina.
CU-ICAR students and facility will be test driving the vehicle and also researching potential future applications for the wireless technology.
The system will be installed outside the parking garage at the CU-ICAR facility in Greenville, South Carolina.
2011 Nissan LEAF
In their own words…
“The Apollo Program fits perfectly with CU-ICAR’s efforts in a holistic view of alternative power train solutions and their infrastructure implications. We are very pleased to be part of the trial and are confident the Program will lead to significant advances in understanding key aspects of wireless infrastructure.” — Dr. Joachim Taiber, Research Professor at Clemson University’s International Center for Automotive Research