Powermat Stock

powermat.comEnergyFounded: 2006Funding to Date: $152.5MM

Powermat provides wireless charging platforms to businesses embedding the technology into their products — from robotics and the automotive industry to medical devices and consumer electronics. Powermat was founded in 2006 by Amir Ben-Shalom, Dov Hirschberg, Yoav Hefer, and Ran Poliakine and is headquartered in Petah Tikva, Israel.

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Management Team

Yossi Harosh Ph.D
Chief Executive Officer
Kfir Abuhatzira
Chief Financial Officer & Board Member
Itay Sherman
Chief Technology Officer & Vice President of Research and Development
Amir Biran
Chief Revenue Officer
Ran Poliakine
Co-Founder & Board Member
Amir Ben-Shalom
Dov Hirschberg
Yoav Hefer

Board Members

Neil Auerbach JD
Hudson Sustainable Investment Management

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Powermat Technologies, the global leader and developer of advanced wireless power solutions, today announced the release of the new Powermat PMT 100 Wireless Power Solution, which is designed to meet the needs of small medical, lifestyle, and smart home internet of things (IoT) devices.
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When the two-year-old Indian company Jetsons Robotics began searching for a partner to help design charging stations for their autonomous rooftop solar installation cleaning robots, the Israeli company Powermat was an obvious choice. While the company had made its name as the designer for wireless …