Aug 22, 2014 - 08:23 am

Steve Pazol, Erich Sixt.

Steve-Pazol“As electric vehicles become more ubiquitous, charging them wirelessly is an obvious next step in the EV evolution and we are excited to showcase this in Formula E.”

Steve Pazol heads the wireless charging section at Qualcomm which has just demonstrated its inductive charging at the Formula E HQ in Donnington (we reported). He hopes to add more technology to the racing series over time.

Erich-Sixt“We’ve been surprised about the explosion of new subscriptions, which has helped boost revenue.”

Sixt CEO Erich Sixt is more than content with the uptake of the carsharing service DriveNow offered together with BMW. In 2014 alone, the number of DriveNow users climbed from 215,000 to 300,000.


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