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Nikola Stock

Nikola offers an advantaged far-field technology that converts radio frequency (RF) energy into usable direct current power.

About Nikola Stock

Founded

2014

Headquarters

Westerville, OH, US

Nikola Labs is a wireless power company with an advantaged far-field technology that converts radio frequency (RF) energy into usable direct current (DC) power. Their technology is flexible and efficient, able to collect usable power from a wide range of ISM (industrial, scientific, and medical) radio bands. The small size of our receiving chip, antenna design expertise, and ingenuity, allow for the creation of innovative wireless power solutions that enhance the user experience, eliminate maintenance, and otherwise improve product offerings. Today’s electronic devices, including the rapidly growing internet of things (IoT), are designed for untethered connectivity. Battery life, adversely, constrains performance and ultimately limits functional freedom. They are addressing this problem by providing state-of-the-art wireless power solutions for 21st-century electronic devices. Nikola Labs has a devoted and capable team that includes world-renowned electrical engineers and distinguished business leaders united by a common goal of advancing wireless power into the marketplace.

Nikola Management

Leadership team at Nikola

Vice President of Global Sales & Marketing

Brian Pitzer

Vice-President of Product

Shawn Nichols

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