Autonomous cars are going to change the way we think of our vehicle. Instead of something that spends the majority of the day in a parking spot, you (and other members of your family) may be able to remotely call the car and might even be able to lease your car for a few hours to services like Uber and Lyft, to become part of an autonomous fleet.
But what happens when your autonomous car runs out of juice and you aren’t there? Tesla showed us one horrifying possibility, a snake-like charger able to remotely plug-in to your car, but WiTricity has a much more convenient (and less creepy) solution, wireless charging

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