“As soon as the drone is almost empty, he automatically returns to his base and he automatically searches for the charging system,” says Peter Besard of iN²POWER. “That saves a lot of time. After the device has been charged, it will be possible to re-enter the air without human intervention. So far, someone has always needed to charge the drone. The system can also be used on auto-controlled vehicles (AGVs), such as forklift trucks that have to be regularly plugged into the factory. “ In any case, the interest in wireless charging technology in transport and logistics sectors is promising.