The charging station is divided into three distinct parts. The first is the trunk or core with the Wi-Fi connection and three holders for charging mobile devices, with three universal connectors per holder (smartphones, tablets, etc.); one of these holders is adapted for people with reduced mobility. The second is a top piece that is fully adaptable to the prospective charging station operator's corporate image, including photos and images, corporate signs or logos, thus enabling almost total customization of the charging station. Finally, as an optional feature, a 12" tablet screen can be included to facilitate user interaction, playing any multimedia content or specific application, and even allows web access.
This first charging station model achieves energy self-sufficiency using Aqualogy’s APT Systems® pico-turbine, which generates a 100% clean, renewable electricity supply for the charging station from the water passing through the urban mains network.
Applying the same renewable energy philosophy, Aqualogy is developing models using photovoltaics and wind power.