Powermat Technologies takes wireless charging to China

June 09, 2021 // By Jean-Pierre Joosting
Powermat Technologies takes wireless charging to China
The increased demand for wireless power innovation in the fields of mobility, autonomous robots, smart IoT sensors, and medical devices leads Powermat to expand its local footprint with a new official innovation office in Shenzhen, China.

Powermat Technologies has announced its investment in a new strategic office in Shenzhen, as it continues to expand into the rapidly growing, automotive, robotics, drones, medical devices, IoT and telecom markets in China. Led by new executive general manager Jackson Lam, the Shenzhen office will promote wireless power technology innovation, business, collaborations, and investment between Powermat and OEMs in the Asian region.

"Powermat continues to expand its footprint across multiple locations worldwide, and the establishment of our new office in China will offer new and existing partners in China improved communications, service, and support," said Elad Dubzinski, Powermat's CEO. "We aim to ramp up Powermat's innovation and global reach through our strategic commitment to the growing Chinese technology market and are looking forward to enhancing Powermat's presence in the Chinese technology ecosystem." 

Powermat's new office will be established in the heart of Shenzhen's business district and will focus on providing next-generation wireless power technology to new and emerging China-based companies in the fields of IoT, robotics, drones, medical devices, kitchen appliances, telecom, AI, automotive technology, transportation, and more. The office will act as the main base for Powermat's growing team for all China-related activities to support business development and new partnerships in the region.

"China is aiming to accelerate OEM-driven innovation in the fields of mobility, robotics, drones, IoT, and medical devices, and Powermat is looking forward to contributing to this acceleration by providing accurate wireless charging technology," added Mr. Jackson Lam, Executive GM at Powermat.

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