LaneCharge Presentation

LaneCharge vehicle, inductive charging and positioning with Götting RFID technology

Lehrte, 18.12.2023 - On December 6, 2023, the official closing event of the LaneCharge project took place at Hanover University of Applied Sciences and Arts. The consortium partners presented the results of the research project, which has been running since 2019. The aim of the project is to charge electric vehicles inductively, e.g. when parked, at traffic lights, at a cab rank or in the garage.

Illustration of the LaneCharge project
Illustration of the LaneCharge project

As part of the project, a 90 m long test track with 12 induction coils has been created on the grounds of Hanover University of Applied Sciences and Arts. The induction coils are integrated into the road surface and the components of the system blend in visually with the streetscape; additional charging points are no longer required. The adapted vehicles drive along the road and are inductively charged as soon as they come to a stop above the induction coils.

Photo of an induction coil in the road surface with a hole for the RFID tag (transponder)
Photo of an induction coil in the road surface with a hole for the RFID tag (transponder)

The technology for the exact positioning of the vehicles using RFID technology comes from Götting KG. The two-dimensional RFID localization sensor HG G-98830 under the vehicle and passive RFID tags in the ground (so-called transponders) are used.



In addition to Hanover University of Applied Sciences and Arts, the Technical University of Baunschweig and the companies EDAG Engineering GmbH and SUMIDA Components & Modules GmbH are partners in the alliance. Götting KG, Enercity AG, Hallo Taxi 3811 GmbH and the state capital of Hannover are involved as associated partners.

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Götting Quick Guide Last updated: 04/2023

Götting KG founded in 1965, ist an innovative company placed in Lehrte near Hannover (DE) and works worldwide.The company develops and produces wireless data communication systems and sensors for automatic track guidance of so-called automated guided vehicles (AGV). As far as we are informed Götting KG has the largest product range of different components for trackguiding AGV.

Further main topics are traffic technology, RF measuring, wireless data communication in general as well as customized developments for car manufactureres, electronic- and radio broadcasting industry. Currently our company employs 90 professionals of which about 30 are experienced masters in engineering and are responsible for research and development.

The core competency of FOX – a special department of Götting KG – is focused on the automation of serial vehicles, especially for the outdoor area (trucks, pay loaders, fork lifts etc.).