Stanley Black & Decker is the lead investor in Humavox’s current funding round. The strategic partnership, led by Stanley Ventures, a division of Stanley Black & Decker, will enable the company to bring wireless charging to a broad array of products and technologies, while enabling efficient and uninterrupted usage of battery power.
Founded in 2010 by Omri Lachman (CEO) and Asaf Elssibony (VP Innovation), Humavox provides widespread 3D wireless charging technology, which turns everyday objects into “hidden chargers,” including anything from car cup holders and gym bags, and more. The company’s technology uses near-field radio frequency (RF) charging to transform any of such “storage instrument/device/object” into a charger, so that users can keep using their portable electronics fully powered.
ETERNAⓇ, Humavox’s wireless charging technology, is a flexible platform comprising proprietary semiconductor devices (chipsets), algorithms and high compatibility with off the shelf components that features a receiving chip that fits into the tiniest device.
The technology can be implemented in the smallest of devices, such as hearables, wearables and IoT devices. and is based in Israel.