Applied Thermoelectric Solutions Wins Open Innovation Challenge

April 5, 2019 Alfred No comments exist

Applied Thermoelectric Solutions has won a recent open innovation challenge. With over 300 entries coming from around the world, the challenge was to provide a wireless power source for an important application.

Applied Thermoelectric Solutions devised a patent pending system and method to provide the wireless power using a thermoelectric generator. The details remain confidential and may be released at a future date.

The win is a testament to our commitment to provide technical expertise and innovative solutions to our customers.

About Applied Thermoelectric Solutions

At Applied Thermoelectric Solutions LLC, we are passionate about solid-state thermoelectric thermal management, thermal energy harvesting, and the limitless opportunities to apply the technology to the world around us. We design, engineer, build and test thermoelectric systems for your product or application. We also provide expert consulting services. We are a Michigan based engineering and R&D company. While other companies focus on manufacturing thermoelectric modules, our focus is on engineering the full system. Need an innovative solution for your challenge? We conceptualize, engage in R&D and offer intellectual property for license. We also provide engineering services to help you integrate these solutions into your product or application and find the right manufacture. Whether your product or application is one of a kind or will be high-volume mass produced, we can help. We will design any system no matter the complexity.

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