Rosenmayr Brings Extensive Technical and Business Development Experience to the Maker of FreePower® Wireless Charging
Aira Inc., the company redefining wireless charging experiences through FreePower®, is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Marc Rosenmayr to its Board of Advisors. Rosenmayr brings with him extensive experience in automotive electronics, electrification, interior, and advanced user interfaces. As an advisor, he will help Aira continue its push into mobility verticals and introduce FreePower® technology to new markets across the globe.
“Aira’s FreePower technology is a natural fit for automakers and suppliers looking to offer customers seamless wireless charging capabilities, and it solves many problems faced by the industry,” said Rosenmayr. “There is certainly great demand for FreePower®, and I’m excited to guide the team through this space and help open new doors with OEMs and suppliers around the world.”
Prior to joining Aira, Rosenmayr served as the CTO of Motherson Innovations, the global R&D arm of Tier 1 automotive supplier Motherson Group. Additionally, he spent 16 years working for the global Tier 1 automotive supplier HELLA Electronics, where he began as a Project Manager and ultimately worked his way up to CEO of the Americas. A true pioneer in the power management industry, Rosenmayr developed the world’s first intelligent battery sensor with his team at HELLA nearly 20 years ago.
“Marc’s impressive background in automotive technology and global team management will be invaluable as we continue our work with automakers and suppliers,” said Jake Slatnick, Aira’s co-founder and CEO. “When Marc and I met, I immediately saw the natural connection between his experience and Aira’s capabilities. I know he will have a huge impact on the global adoption of FreePower® as the most compelling wireless charging option for automakers.”
Rosenmayr holds a Master’s and Doctoral Degree in Electrical Engineering and Power Electronics from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zürich, Switzerland. He is also a member of SAE International, a global association of more than 128,000 engineers and technical experts in the aerospace, automotive, and commercial vehicle industries.
“As someone who wrote their Ph.D. thesis in Power Electronics, acting as an advisor to one of the world’s leading wireless power technology companies is truly a full-circle moment for me,” added Rosenmayr.