The WiPow Group Helps You Cut the Cord.
The WiPow group was organized to provide custom wireless power solutions for OEMs. To provide a complete turnkey solution, design and manufacturing capability in electronics, electromagnetics, and mechanical devices is needed.
The needs and capabilities of the OEM drive WiPow participation. We can easily handle end-to-end product development, manufacturing, and regulatory compliance qualification—or provide just the intellectual property and reference designs for the wireless power system of your product.
A flexible approach to helping OEMs get a WiPow-enabled product to production is available.
The WiPow Group Includes:
Effective Electrons, led by Jerry Twomey, is responsible for the design and development of the electromagnetic and power electronics for WiPow systems.
D&K Engineering, led by Scott Dennis and Alex Kunczynski, provides support services in electromechanical design, prototype builds, and production manufacturing.
Nemko provides needed regulatory testing for final product qualification of all WiPow-enabled designs. Nemko is internationally recognized as a regulatory certification facility for electromechanical and medical devices.
The WiPow Technology and Advisory Team
In addition to developing wireless power devices, the WiPow group recognizes that any new product must meet regulatory and safety requirements. The WiPow group has world-class talent available to guide decisions on technology, business, regulatory and medical end-user issues.
Jerry is the founder of Effective Electrons. He has been involved in electronic design since 1979. Located in San Diego, California, Effective Electrons provides contract design and training services for clients around the world.More...
Medical Devices and User Research
Allan Rozenberg, Ph.D.
Dr. Allan Rozenberg has over 20 years of experience in the research and development of biomedical instrumentation used in the monitoring, testing and delivering of therapy to critically ill patients. Currently he is the Chief Technology Officer of Wearable Wellness.
Before that he was the Chief Operating Officer of BeneChill, Inc. where he built the company from concept through commercialization More...
Sharon Lacy RN, BSN, PHN
As a registered nurse in the state of California, Sharon has had the opportunity to see the needs and limitations of medical instrumentation from the perspective of the healthcare provider. As such, she has defined the needs and problems of medical device power cords in a clinical setting. More...
Technology and Electromagnetics
Gabriel M. Rebeiz, Ph.D. Fellow IEEE
Professor Rebeiz's expertise includes design of silicon RFICs for microwave and millimeter-wave systems with a specialty on phased arrays and low power circuits, active and passive imaging systems up to THz frequencies (including thermal imagers), THz CMOS and SiGe electronics, RF micro-electro-mechanical systems (RF MEMS), reconfigurable front-ends including tunable filters and tunable antennas, cognitive radios, planar antennas from RF to THz More...
Lawrence E. Larson, Ph.D. Fellow IEEE
Lawrence E. Larson received the BS in Electrical Engineering from Cornell University, Ithaca, and a PhD from UCLA. From 1980 to 1996 he was at Hughes Research Laboratories in Malibu, CA, where he directed the development of high-frequency microelectronics in GaAs, InP and Si/SiGe and MEMS technologies. He joined the faculty at the University of California - San Diego, in 1996, where he was the inaugural holder of the Communications Industry Chair. More...
Business and Marketing
Lee is a co-founder of Sierra Sales. Lee’s 30-year background includes engineering and sales management in the instrumentation and computer fields. After earning his Electrical Engineering degree from the University of Arizona, he held positions as electronic engineer, manufacturing manager, test engineering manager, regional sales manager, national sales manager and director of sales and marketing. More...
Rick founded, built, and sold Daycom Systems, a telecommunications VAR and Avaya-authorized dealer based in San Diego. The company, with revenues of $26 million, was the largest Avaya VAR on the West Coast, and the only to have both US and Mexican nationwide authorizations. Daycom was acquired by Carousel Industries (Exeter, RI) in April, 2009.More...
Nevine Erian, MSQA, MBA, CQE
BQC Consulting was founded by Nevine Erian, an accomplished executive with over 20 years of engineering, quality management and regulatory compliance experience. Outside of her consulting work, Ms. Erian held the following positions in industry: Sr. Vice President of Quality & Regulatory Compliance at BeneChill, More...
Robert P. Cogan, JD
Continuum Law was founded by Robert P. Cogan, a business and intellectual property lawyer with over 35 years of experience in both corporate and private practice as well as experience in operating management. His prior experience includes fourteen years as chief patent counsel of a Fortune 200 company, managing development and enforcement of worldwide patent and trademark portfolios. He negotiated multimillion dollar agreements, including software licenses, distributorships, and joint research projects. More...