Empowering Zero-Wiring Society

Corporate story



Realizing a digital world without wires through wireless power transfer

We contribute to the innovation of our customers who aspire "digitalization" through IoT by applying our WPT technologies to a wide range of fields such as factory automation, robotics, smart houses, and medical.


Committed to our customers' success, exceed their expectations.

  • We pursue the success of our customers' businesses.
  • We value all of people involved with us and share the joy of success.

“Work hard, Play hard”

  • We are all professionals, always think things through and work through to the end.
  • We enjoy, together with our team, the process of reaching the goal, with spirit of pleasure.

Continue to create new value based on science and technology.

  • We keep on making an impact on the world through science and technology.
  • We value raw information and create value for the changing market.

Corporate Story

Research and development of medical implant devices based on medical necessity.

Aeterlink was established by two Co-Founders, Yuji Tanabe, PhD, who had been engaging in research and development of medical implant devices at Stanford University, and Ryo Iwasa, who made commercial use of the technology leveraging his business background.

Medical devices implanted in the human body, such as cardiac pacemakers, require a large burden on the patient's body from surgery to replace the battery, and thus WPT (wireless power transfer) technology was needed.

In the laboratory at Stanford University, we have developed the elemental technology to transfer electric power wirelessly to devices 20cm inside the human body, which is difficult for radio waves to penetrate. At the same time, we have applied for many patents and contributed research papers to renowned scientific journals.

When this technology is applied to a space outside the human body, the range of WPT can be extended to 20 meters and characterized by independence on angle. Additionally, we also succeeded in miniaturizing the size of module at much higher level than previous products since this technology was originally developed for pacemakers.