Innovate. Challenge. Connect.
We are innovators with a passion to supply power through ultra-thin, bendable, flexible and rechargeable battery to the world.
The rise of IoT, wearables, health monitors, and environmental sensors are in huge demands. We aim to meet this demand with our game-changing technology, taking flexible battery and the connected devices market to a whole new level.
|David Yeung,Co-Founder, Products
David has 20+ years operations, manufacturing and business development experience spanning across multiple industries - smart card, mobile tech & watches. Currently, he is the GM of Yuen Sang Watch Industries - OEM watchstrap manufacturer, and Director of Federation of HK Watch Trades & Industries. He is the Co-Inventor of "Lithium Ion Battery Containing Polymer-based Laminated Electrodes and Nano Separator" (US Provisional Patent).
|C.C. Poon , Co-Founder, Engineering
C.C. earned his B.Eng at Imperial College, London and M.S. at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, New York. In 1992, C.C. started as an IC designer at Motorola (US and HK). In 2002, he founded Acelab Technology Ltd. (HK), focusing on design, manufacturing and installation services of LED and related technologies. He designed and installed the first LED rooftop signage at the HK International Airport, as well as the first LED emergency signage system for HK Mass Transit Railway (MTR). As part of a proof-of-concept, C.C. also designed and built a smartstrap with GPS for Pebble (now Fitbit).
|Vincent Lui. Business Development & Strategy
16+ years in B2B startups and Fortune 500 – Business Development, Marketing, Operations, Strategy and Venture Capital – in IoT, communications, semiconductor, and cybersecurity. Mentor/Advisor at SK Telecom Americas, Founder Institute, GSVlabs and Alchemist Accelerator; General Partner at Rhapsody Ventures, a seed stage investment fund; MS Stanford Univ, BS ECE Univ of Cal, San Diego
|Edwin Chan, Advisor
Earned a B Sc. In Mechanical Engineering at University of Calgary and M Sc in Automation in Hong Kong. He has over 20 years of experience in mechanical engineering, automation and manufacturing. His previous projects include designing robotic arms for injection molding and process automation for battery assembly process. He is founder and chairman of EC-Atech Ltd, a Hong Kong-based manufacturing company since 2002 with major business in copying and printing consumables, toner cartridges, refill bottles, copying machine parts.
|Technology Support – Nano and Advanced Materials Institute (NAMI)
The Nano and Advanced Materials Institute Limited (NAMI), established in 2006, was designated by the Innovation and Technology Commission as a Research and Development Centre for nanotechnology and advanced materials. NAMI undertakes and provides support for market-oriented research in nanotechnology and advanced materials, and strives for commercialization of the technologies to promote the economic growth of Hong Kong as a knowledge-based economy.
The Printable and Flexible Lithium Ion Batteries development project is led by Dr Tracy Liu.