Koral Technologies is an R&D-intensive start-up company
constantly developing know-how and cutting-edge solutions in
advanced manufacturing, energy, aerospace and Industry 4.0.
Through focused investments in Research & Development and
Intellectual Property, we are developing
critical technologies for enabling the innovations of tomorrow...
The spread of Internet of Things and 5G technologies relies on connected devices with increasing performance and power consumption.
At Koral Technologies, we are developing next-generation energy harvesting solutions for enabling battery-free connected devices. By combining multi-source harvesting systems with flexible electronics, we are achieving superior performance and optimal integration for both consumer devices and critical industrial environments.
The future of many global challenges, such as sustainable mobility or reduced energy consumptions, are strongly dependent on thermal losses and inefficient heat transfer.
At Koral Technologies, we are employing advanced manufacturing techniques for the development of high-performance thermal management solutions. By exploiting innovative material architectures, optimised through numerical simulation and optimisation algorithms, we are advancing the design and manufacturing of next-generation heat exchangers for electronics, automotive and aerospace applications.
Future electric mobility and energy storage markets cannot completely rely on the currently available battery technologies, which present several limitations in terms of energy density and performance.
At Koral Technologies, we are partnering with leading European research centres for advancing the design of innovative battery control strategies and hybrid energy storage systems.
July 1st, 2020
Koral Technologies and Fondazione Bruno Kessler sign a strategic partnership for the joint development of innovative vibrational energy harvesters.
June 25th, 2020
Koral Technologies secures the Booster grant from EIT RawMaterials, for the advanced prototyping and testing of its energy harvesting technology.
June 20th, 2020
AMable, the European consortium on additive manufacturing, supports Koral Technologies for developing next-generation electronics cooling solutions.
April 15th, 2020
Koral Technologies partners with Aristotle University of Thessaloniki for bringing to the market next-generation energy storage solutions.
January 15th, 2020
December 18th, 2019
June 1st, 2019