Abstract: The system would likely involve multiple components, such as charging stations equipped with wireless charging technology, EVs that are outfitted with compatible hardware and software, and a central system that manages and tracks the charging and location data. The wireless charging would allow EVs to recharge their batteries without physical connections or cables, which could make charging more convenient and efficient for users. The real-time location tracking would enable the central system to check the location of each EV, which could be useful for managing charging demand, identifying trends in usage patterns, and optimizing the distribution of charging resources.

Overall, this paper would likely require a combination of hardware and software expertise,as knowledge of wireless charging and location tracking technologies. Additionally, there may be regulatory and safety considerations to the use of wireless charging systems in public areas, which would need to be carefully managed and addressed.

PDF | DOI: 10.17148/IJARCCE.2023.12570

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