Warwick Acoustics is continuing with the commercialization of its Electrostatic Loudspeaker technology, following several R&D and product development phases. After a series of fully subscribed funding rounds, the company is currently scaling rapidly, and as a result, investing in new talent, company capabilities and advanced facilities to support its developing commercial pipeline.
Unlike conventional audio technology, the company’s ElectroAcoustic Panels are up to 90% lighter and consume up to 90% less power while providing improved interior design and packaging options. The ElectroAcoustic Panels support OEM sustainability targets, as they use 100% by mass upcycled and recyclable materials, and they do not use any unsustainable rare earth metals, a material used extensively in conventional speaker solutions.
To support its commercialization phase, Warwick Acoustics has assembled a team of more than 40 people, consisting of experts in mechanical, electrical, acoustical and systems engineering to enhance the company’s electrostatic technology, in-car acoustic system design and manufacturing production techniques. The team is drawn from companies including Sony, Bose, Harman Automotive, Jaguar Land Rover, McLaren Automotive, Meridian Audio and Google.
Over the next year, Warwick Acoustics aims to build upon its commercial progress and successful funding rounds to boost its growth trajectory. At present, plans are in place to grow its in-house team by a further 50% over the course of this year, to support the development of its commercial pipeline.
“It is an exciting time for Warwick Acoustics as, following successful R&D and product development phases, we are well under way with the commercial introduction of audio systems based on our revolutionary ElectroAcoustic Panel technology,” commented Mike Grant, CEO of Warwick Acoustics. “Following a series of fully subscribed funding rounds, we are scaling rapidly, investing in top talent and state-of-the-art facilities to support the substantial commercial pipeline that is developing.”