They can be called up with a handy app and guided to where the electric vehicle is, whether it is parked in a designated charging area or not.

Once the Autev bot arrives at the car, the user simply plugs the charging cable into the car’s charging port and continues with his work while the robot charges.

When the user returns, they can unplug the cable from the robot, allowing the robot to return to its own charging station in the garage. Autv bot supports fast charging technology and can charge up to six vehicles before being recharged.

Autv plans to give garage operators access to a fleet of these charging robots in the first quarter of next year. Operators will pay a monthly fee and earn revenue from customer fees and advertisements placed on robots.

Source: Ferra

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