Iwasa won the Audience Award at the 12th ASAC, an accelerator run by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government.
The 12th phase of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government's accelerator "ASAC" was held, and Ryo Iwasa from Aeterlink won the Audience Award.
The ASAC program targets companies that are starting up businesses in fields that are difficult for venture capitalists to invest in, such as field that are linked to resolution of policy issues and filed of manufacturing.
Overview of the 12th phase of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government's accelerator "ASAC"https://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.