Trameto, the Bristol-based company pioneering micro energy harvesting technology to reduce the need for batteries or wired power, is taking its innovative products to Asia. The company has appointed international business development specialists Intralink to help it engage customers and partners in the region in response to significant interest, especially from Japan.
Trameto is developing power management devices which can simultaneously harvest energy from multiple sources such as indoor light, vibration and temperature changes. In IoT systems, this will enable manufacturers to overcome the battery replacement challenge and produce devices such as self-powered wireless sensors and wearables
Trameto CEO Huw Davies said: “It is no surprise we’re seeing strong interest in our technology from manufacturers in the Far East. It’s important we engage early in the development cycle so we can optimize our devices to suit the needs of these globally-recognized innovators. Intralink have the experts on the ground, the local contacts and the sector expertise to make this happen for us.” Greg Sutch, CEO of Intralink, said: “It’s rare to meet a company whose technology and value proposition are so utterly compelling. It has huge potential, especially in Asia where so many of the world’s leading manufacturers of connected devices are located. We’re very excited to be involved!”