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In this Hitechies Podcast, we have Florian Bohn. co-founder and CEO at GuRu Wireless.
Florian has always felt compelled to understand the way the world works. His curiosity moved him to study Electrical Engineering at Caltech (B.S. Cum Laude), to receive an M.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from UC Santa Barbara, and a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Caltech. At GuRu, Florian is thrilled to be building wireless power technology that will enrich people’s lives on a global scale. He is also proud to be building a community of passionate and like-minded engineers at the organization.
As a co-founder and CEO at GuRu, Florian brings years of technology experience. At Axiom Microdevices, he helped define and implement high-frequency RF integrated circuits which have shipped more than 400 million units. At Agilent Laboratories (formerly HP Labs) he worked on clock and data recovery circuits as well as novel test and measurement systems. As a Caltech Lead Scientific Researcher, Florian guided engineering and operational aspects of implementing the microwave system at Caltech’s Space Solar Power Initiative.
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About GuRu Wireless
GuRu Wireless, Inc. enables safe, effective, and customizable transmission of power over-the-air using proprietary millimeter-wave (mmWave) integrated circuits and modules and proprietary Smart RF Lensing technology, delivering power at an unprecedented distance by a miniature size power transfer system. GuRu’s solution can be used as a charging hub or a power source in many settings where access to an energy source is needed. It is easy to install, safe and intelligent, automatically finding and adjusting for various power levels to sync with any devices’ needs. Continuously charging devices even during use, it employs power rerouting safety measures, as necessary. GuRu was founded in 2017 by a team of scientists and engineers from Caltech to ensure access to power is as ubiquitous as WiFi.