Trameto was delighted to be shortlisted as a finalist in the Sir Michael Moritz Start-up of the Year category at the Wales Technology Awards 2018, and last night attended the awards ceremony and dinner at Cardiff City Hall. A
Representatives from business and academia will be gathering this month at the Engine Shed in Bristol for a technology deep-dive. Trameto’s CTO Chris Travis will present on the topic ‘Efficiency versus effectiveness in energy harvesting systems’. The programme also
Trameto has been shortlisted as a finalist for an award at the Wales Technology Awards 2018, in the Sir Michael Moritz Start-up of the Year category. "We are delighted to have been selected as a finalist for Start-up
Trameto, the Bristol-based company pioneering micro energy harvesting technology to reduce the need for batteries or wired power, is taking its innovative products to Asia. The company has appointed international business development specialists Intralink to help it engage customers
We are pleased to announce that Chris Travis has joined Trameto as Chief Technology Officer. Most recently Chris has worked in technology development for consumer electronics markets, notably as CTO of Redux, which was bought by Google in 2017.