Aeterlink has been selected as one of the companies for the first phase of "PoC Grand Tokyo", the Tokyo Metropolitan Government's startup demonstration experiment promotion project.
On September 8 (Wed.), 2021, Aeterlink was selected as one of the companies for the first phase of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government's "PoC Grand Tokyo" project to promote startup demonstration experiments.
The purpose of this project is to provide startup companies with opportunities and places to conduct demonstration experiments for hypothesis testing and verification of social implementation.
After document screening, interviews, pitch screening, and reports on the results of the demonstration experiments, seven companies, including Aeterlink, were selected as the selected companies out of more than 80 applications.
List of Companies Selected in the First Phasehttps://poc-ground.tokyo/report/1st-result/
"PoC Grand Tokyo" Official Websitehttps://www.metro.tokyo.lg.jp/tosei/hodohappyo/press/2021/03/29/16.html
About Aeterlink Corp.
Aeterlink, spun out from Stanford University, is a startup that develops and provides "WPT" (wireless power transfer) technologies and solutions to realize a wire-free world. The Company has been engaged in research and development of medical implant devices such as pacemakers for years. The Company succeeded in developing the world's first complete WPT system on a practical level, and has patented its metasurface and power receiving technologies. The Company's WPT technology has been published in numerous academic journals, books, and papers, including Nature.
|Company Name：||Aeterlink Corp.|
|Address：||Inside the Inspired.Lab, Otemachi Building 6F, 1-6-1 Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo|
|Capital：||101.2 million JPY|
|Representative Directors：||Yuji Tanabe, Ryo Iwasa|
Contact information for this press release
Takaya Konishi, Public Relations, Aeterlink Corp.