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StoreDot

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Founded Year

2012

Stage

Series D - II | Alive

Total Raised

$206M

About StoreDot

StoreDot provides a feature for charging based on the use of bioorganic compounds to create charge storage. The company help improves current smartphone and TV display technologies, flash memory, bio-LEDs, bio-lasers, drug delivery, food security, and bio-labeling, among other applications. It was founded in 2012 and is based in Herzliya, Israel.

Headquarters Location

3 Shenkar St.

Herzliya, 4672503,

Israel

+972.73.253.5400

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Energy / Electric & Utilities Tech

These companies are looking to improve EV battery performance, which translates to longer range lengths and faster charging for EVs. Traditional anodes rely on graphite, which doesn’t perform as well as silicon, especially at lower temperatures and during fast charging. Startups developing silicon anodes are numerous and are some of the most well-funded companies in battery materials.

StoreDot named as Leader among 14 other companies, including 24M Technologies, Group14 Technologies, and Nexeon.

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StoreDot is included in 4 Expert Collections, including Auto Tech.

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Auto Tech

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Startups building a next-generation mobility ecosystem, using technology to improve connectivity, safety, convenience, and efficiency in vehicles.Includes technologies such as ADAS and autonomous driving, connected vehicles, fleet telematics, V2V/V2X, and vehicle cybersecurity.

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Energy Storage

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StoreDot Patents

StoreDot has filed 121 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Rechargeable batteries
  • Lithium-ion batteries
  • Electrochemistry
patents chart

Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

11/27/2019

1/31/2023

Capacitors, Fuel cells, Electrochemistry, Rechargeable batteries, Energy storage

Grant

Application Date

11/27/2019

Grant Date

1/31/2023

Title

Related Topics

Capacitors, Fuel cells, Electrochemistry, Rechargeable batteries, Energy storage

Status

Grant

Latest StoreDot News

Abraham Accords: Unlocking the Potential for Israeli Tech Companies in the UAE

Feb 6, 2023

Abraham Accords: Unlocking the Potential for Israeli Tech Companies in the UAE The UAE has over the last five years or so become home to a growing range of innovative tech companies in a wide variety of sectors, including fintech. This has been the result of a very deliberate policy of the UAE government to turn the country into a global tech hub , creating an advantageous environment for entrepreneurs while also capitalizing on the country’s strategic location as an access point to the Middle East. A further key to the country’s development as a leading global tech development center has been the signing of the Abraham Accords in September 2020. The unprecedented agreement between UAE and Israel, in addition to opening up diplomatic relations between the two countries, has also created a positive environment for economic engagement — bilateral trade reached US$1.2 billion in 2021, and is expected to exceed US$10 billion by 2027. The normalization of diplomatic ties has also been a boon to Israeli tech companies giving them the opportunity to establish partnerships and collaborations with UAE-based companies. Significant numbers of Israeli startups and companies in technology, healthcare and agriculture have taken advantage of the entente to expand into the UAE, attracted by the country’s growing tech ecosystem and the prospect of accessing new markets in the Middle East. Companies coming to the UAE have included multinationals looking to achieve additional growth, as well as startups who view it as an opportunity to flourish in a relatively small economy, in addition to it being an entry point to GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) countries. Israeli Tech Companies Expanding into the UAE There are a number of Israeli tech companies who have successfully expanded into the UAE. They come from a variety of different sectors, and exemplify the ways in which the business environment in the UAE is making it so appealing for Israeli tech entrepreneurs of all kinds. Freenome Freenome was launched in 2014 and has made its name by developing unique blood tests designed to detect cancer in its earliest, most treatable stages. Using a combination of expertise in molecular biology with machine learning, the multi-disciplinary team at Freenome seeks to combine scientific exploration with empathy, integrity and trust. The company has attracted more than $1.1 billion in funding from a mix of healthcare and technology investors, with its work subject to strategic and scientific counsel from an advisory board made up of experts in cancer biology, molecular biology, computational biology, and machine learning. Papaya Global Innovative fintech powerhouse Papaya Global has completely transformed the way that global payroll services are delivered, and since its launch in 2016 has grown to such an extent that its platform is now being used in 160+ countries around the world. Businesses are increasingly operating in a globalized world and workplace, where remote and hybrid working is on the increase, and more people are eschewing traditional models of work in favor of operating as independent contractors. In order to facilitate this, the Papaya Global platform makes it straightforward to manage a diverse and disparate workforce’s information, regardless of whether they are freelancers, EOR workers, or on the payroll. HRIS data, such as working hours and leave, can also be accessed, and managed from a user-friendly dashboard, while a self-service portal enables employees to access their own data. StoreDot A pioneer in the field of extreme-fast charging and extreme-energy density technology, StoreDot seeks to push the boundaries when it comes to energy storage. Through a combination of nanotechnology, organic chemistry and artificial intelligence, StoreDot is seeking to revolutionise lithium-ion battery cells so that electric vehicle (EV) batteries can be more easily and cost effectively manufactured on a standard production line. StoreDot’s innovative 100inX batteries for EVs can be fully charged in minutes, and use groundbreaking technology to maximise the number of miles that can be travelled per minute of changing. It is anticipated that this will rapidly increase the rate of electric vehicle adoption worldwide. Cognata Cognata has developed a photorealistic vehicle simulation platform that is used to train AI-based engines for autonomous vehicles (AV), as well as in the development of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) for use in mining and agricultural vehicles, and various defence technology. The platform enables virtual cars to drive along virtual roads in urban, rural and unmarked terrain, through successfully recreating real world driving conditions. It can be used throughout the entire AV development process, utilising cloud architecture to create synthetic environments and a wide variety of safety-critical scenarios that incorporate not only vehicles, but also buildings, pedestrians, cyclists and more. BioCatch BioCatch is at the forefront of fraud protection technology, and works with a range of banking providers to create secure, frictionless digital experiences on both mobile and web for all users. The company works with both corporate and retail banks to prevent account opening fraud, account takeover attacks, and other forms of social engineering scams. It aims to identify user behavioural anomalies before fraud is able to be committed, essential for the protection of P2P payment platforms. BioCatch also supports the management of digital identity across a variety of industries and sectors, helping to identify cyber criminals while smoothly facilitating genuine transactions by legitimate users. Get the hottest Fintech Middle East News once a month in your Inbox Share This Article

StoreDot Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was StoreDot founded?

    StoreDot was founded in 2012.

  • Where is StoreDot's headquarters?

    StoreDot's headquarters is located at 3 Shenkar St., Herzliya.

  • What is StoreDot's latest funding round?

    StoreDot's latest funding round is Series D - II.

  • How much did StoreDot raise?

    StoreDot raised a total of $206M.

  • Who are the investors of StoreDot?

    Investors of StoreDot include Polestar, Volvo Cars Tech Fund, Ola Electric Mobility, BP Ventures, VinFast and 15 more.

  • Who are StoreDot's competitors?

    Competitors of StoreDot include Nyobolt, 24M Technologies, Hebei Kuntian Energy, Group14 Technologies, Echion Technologies, Advano, Ionblox, Sila, Amprius Technologies, Nexeon and 12 more.

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Battrion

Battrion is the provider of a storage solution for lithium-ion batteries aimed to increase the charging speed of high energy density cells. The company was founded in 2015 and is based in Dubendorf, Switzerland.

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Enevate

Enevate develops and licenses advanced silicon-dominant Li-ion battery technology that contributes to the electric vehicle (EV) market by breaking down barriers to EV adoption. Enevate's work on silicon-dominant anodes and cells has resulted in its HD-Energy Technology featuring extreme-fast charging with high energy density, low-temperature operation for cold climates, low cost, and safety advantages over conventional graphite Li-ion batteries.

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Group14 Technologies

Group14 integrates synthetic carbon technology with approaches to silicon structure and manufacturing to address the challenges of energy density and cycle life in Li-ion batteries. Group14's expertise in nanomaterials and manufacturing has enabled the development of approaches to produce and incorporating silicon into carbon to produce a new class of silicon-carbon composites for battery applications. The objective at Group14 is to develop products that replace graphite in all batteries reflecting not just high performance, but also value derived from manufacturing approaches. The company was founded in 2015 and is based in Woodinville, Washington.

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Advano

Advano is a battery materials company focused on scalable, sustainable, and domestically sourced silicon-anode solutions for Lithium-ion batteries. The company has developed a process for producing silicon anode material using metallurgical silicon and upcycled silicon from silicon waste. The company was founded in 2014 and is based in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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Nyobolt

Nyobolt provides battery charging services. It uses a proprietary process for niobium-based anode materials to create batteries that deliver record-high power, ultrafast charge, and energy. Nyobolt was founded in 2020 and is based in Cambridge, England.

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Sila

Sila is a materials science company that offers silicon battery material. It enables product manufacturers and battery cell manufacturers to reduce their battery footprint and focus on charging performance. The company was founded in 2011 and is based in Alameda, California.

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