One of the more interesting technologies I saw at CES this year was Qualcomm Halo, which allows electric and hybrid vehicles to charge wirelessly. The technology works on the same inductive charging concept used in wireless phone charging, but on a larger scale. (Inductive charging uses magnetic fields to transfer energy between two devices.) To work, a Vehicle Charging Unit (VCU) would need to be installed on your vehicle. Then, to charge the vehicle, it would need to be parked on top of a Base Charging Unit (BCU), which could be installed on a floor or underneath a road surface.