Ford trials robot charger which gives disabled a helping hand

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For most drivers, filling a car with fuel or charging an electric vehicle is a simple task. But for drivers with disabilities, those with reduced mobility and older people it can be a serious challenge. Ford has come up with a prototype robot charging station that drivers can operate using their smartphone from inside an electric vehicle. The technology could enable disabled drivers to stay in the car while charging, or they could leave the car while the robot does all the work. Ford is testing the robot charging station as part of a research project to develop hands-free charging solutions fo…

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