We are proud to announce MAGMENT MIAWCS technology concept. MAGMENT MIAWCS technology will be part of intelligent and autonomous charging public infrastructure.  

MAGMENT intelligent autonomous wireless charging system enables independent usage of the parking and charging infrastructure for autonomous vehicles and normal cars for very small investment per parking lot. We are certain that autonomous vehicles are part of our future.

On the one hand, amount of investment in autonomous driving by the largest companies significantly growing, and on the other hand, MAGMENT is the first company that offers autonomous charging infrastructure solutions.

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MAGMENT is offering clear, affordable and reliable wireless charging infrastructure ready to support upcoming autonomous driving vehicle with intelligent autonomous charging system (MIAWCS). 

July 12, 2019



We are proud to announce MAGMENT V2sH technology concept. MAGMENT V2sH technology will be part of smart charging infrastructure in the house of tomorrow.  

MAGMENT innovative bi-directional, Vehicle to smart Home Energy Storage (V2sH) technology enables that electricity generated by solar panels can be stored inside the electric car batteries (storage on wheels) and could be used in peak periods of energy demand and home grid stabilization.

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MAGMENT is already part of the future. How about you?

You will just need to park and all goes automatic and autonomous.   

July 5, 2019



We are happy to announce consideration of using MAGMENT material (magnetizable concrete MC40) in the first Hyperloop project in Europe.  

The MC40 increases inductance of embedded track coils to lowers critical speed, with its high strength and robustness replaces ferrite tiles which create significantly savings in infrastructure costs and it is perfectly integrable into the track support structure.

One prominent example for the potential use of MC40 in hyperloop test projects is the conversion of the Transrapid track in Northern Germany as proposed by Universities in Emden/Leer and Oldenburg.

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The MC40 is already mass produced and ready to be delivered from stock.  

2nd July 2019



We are proud to announce that MAGMENT team is ready to grow.

We are hiring in the following areas in Munich, Washington or working from home office (full positions senior/junior & internships):

- Engineering: power electronics hardware & software

- Engineering: micro-controllers & sensors

- Engineering: software (C, C++, C#, Java, Python)

- Engineering: CAD, Simulations and mechatronics

- Business Development

- Product Management & Marketing

- Sales & Projects Reps - Supply Chain Management: purchasing and logistics

- Office Manager - Financial Accounting - Lab assistance, prototyping

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Do you have questions about MAGMENT as an employer, have questions about our career opportunities or you would like to send us and unsolicited application? Then contact our HR department.

Contact us by phone +49 (89) 6328 6064 or you can also contact our HR department by e-mail:

28 June 2019, Unterhaching/Munich, Germany


MAGMENT Announces MAGDOCK®: New Wireless Charging and Docking Station for Electric Scooters

We are officially announcing new universal wireless charging and docking station for e-scooters - MAGDOCK® product for e-scooter-sharing providers and individual users.

Magment chief executive officer, Mauricio Esguerra, has unveiled universal wireless charging and docking station for e-scooters, named MADOCK®, aimed to bring e-scooter-sharing business to the next level.

“Electric scooter charging culture is out of control and this chaos can only be mitigated with inductive charging docking stations. E-scooter hunting chaos will stop with MAGDOCK®, they will be properly docket and every moment ready-to-drive with fully charged battery which will increase revenue for providers and provide better service to customers. " said Magment CEO Mauricio Esguerra.

“The e-scooter-sharing market is huge but disordered and not yet profitable. The biggest costs today arise from operations and charging 48,6%. Magment team has developed the new business model and algorithm based on MAGDOCK® that will significantly cut the charging costs up to 60%." said Magment Business Development Manager Miroslav Tesic.

The MAGDOCK® will come in two models: super-fast charger MAGDOCK® 250SFC and normal speed charger MAGDOCK® 35NC.

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Early bird sale starts 15th July 2019 and ends 15th August, early bird orders are expected to be delivered in October 2019 and serial orders are expected be delivered in March 2020.

19 June 2019, Unterhaching/Munich, Germany

MAGMENT Marketing Team

“MAGMENT the most innovative company at HEUREKA 2019 THE STARTUP & TECH CONFERENCE”

The answer on question: why you chose MAGMENT to pitch at HEUREKA 2019?

“We choose MAGMENT, because it is the most innovative company at HEUREKA 2019”, said one of VCs.


About HEUREKA: Since 2012 the HEUREKA Conference has inspired and supported networking on an international level. The HEUREKA Conference by Gründerszene connects the stakeholders of the digital economy, while discovering and supporting rising startup stars.

14 June 2019, Unterhaching, Germany

MAGMENT Marketing Team


MAGMENT is already a startup star, we got the unique opportunity to pitch our startup at HEUREKA 2019 and we are selected by four VC’s.

The HEUREKA Conference by Gründerszene connects the stakeholders of the digital economy, while discovering and supporting rising startup stars.

See you next week in Berlin.


About HEUREKA: Since 2012 the HEUREKA Conference has inspired and supported networking on an international level. On June 12, 2019 founders, investors, digital experts and start-up enthusiasts will come together once again at HEUREKA - The Startup and Tech Conference by Gründerszene in Berlin’s Malzfabrik.

7 June 2019, Unterhaching, Germany

MAGMENT Marketing Team

Now it´s official: MAGMENT joined two standardization committees

In May 2019, our work has been recognized and MAGMENT joined two most important international committees:

-        SAE (SOCIETY OF AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS) J2954 Wireless Power Transfer and Alignment Task Force. We are working together with experts from most important companies like Daimler, Nissan, Honda, Ford, Porsche, Toyota, Oak Ridge National Laboratory among many others

-        IEC (INTERNATIONAL ELECTROTECHNICAL COMMISION) TECHNICAL COMMITTEE NO. 69: Electric vehicles and electric industrial trucks. We are the expert member of the new IEC TC69 PT63243 (Dynamic Wireless Charging for EVs) together with Renault, Hyundai, UL, KAIST, Technical University of Braunschweig among others.

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Thank you SAE and IEC for recognizing our work and expertise.

31 May 2019, Unterhaching, Germany

MAGMENT Marketing Team

MAGMENT: a prime example for startups by HypoVereinsbank - UniCredit Bank

Thanks to our unique material and technology, our clear and reliable business model and our visionary and experienced team, we are strongly supported by the HypoVereinsbank – UniCredit – Deutschland.

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Our mission is to bring autonomous driving one step closer to level 5.0. Thanks to our technology and products, developed together with our partners, fully autonomous driving becomes reality – There is no fully autonomous driving without autonomous charging.

 Thank you HypoVereinsbank – UniCredit – Deutschland!

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24 May 2019, Unterhaching, Germany

MAGMENT Marketing Team

Booming Order Volume, Rocket Month - May 2019

We are pleased to announce our new customers in May 2019. Welcome to our customer-family, we are looking forward to an excellent collaboration:

-        Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA

-        BayWa AG, Germany

-        TU Delft, Netherlands

-        Politecnico di Torino, Italy

-        Curtin University, Australia

-        University of Auckland, New Zealand

-        Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences, Germany

-        Winco OY, Finland

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13 May 2019, Unterhaching, Germany

MAGMENT Marketing Team

Big Bit with MAGMENT in China, Shenzhen - Magnetizable concrete for dynamic charging means less batteries


大比特商务网 作者:楚驰 2019-04-15


(左二为Miroslav Tesic 、右二为Mauricio Esguerra)



4月12日,大比特资讯在深圳格兰云天大酒店专访了Magment 创始人兼首席执行官 Mauricio Esguerra、业务开发经理Miroslav Tesic。


显然,曾就职于西门子 Spinoff Epcos 的 Esguerra 及其团队的研究成果要更胜一筹。

Esguerra为我们描述了实际的应用场景:“我司研发的磁性混凝土具备精确调制磁性参数的功能,只须把它与我们自主开发一种嵌入线圈的发射端,一起预先铺设在高速公路、BRT、轨道交通、叉车、各种电动车等交通工具行驶的路基下,就能通过 85 kHz 的‘谐振’对过往车辆进行动态无线充电。当发射线圈与接收线圈之间的间距为 20 厘米时,我们的充电技术甚至可以达到惊人的 95%的效率,这种‘谐振’势必颠覆共振充电领域一直被高通等大公司独享的局面!”



相比其他电气工程材料,磁性混凝土的另一项主要优势在于性价比高。根据 Esguerra 的说法,电池用量可能会减少 80% ,这会直接降低电动车的价格和重量,因为如果可以在汽车行驶中给其电池充电,车辆便不需要太大的电池了。这种更紧凑的电池被安装在车轮之间,大大节省了空间。

Esguerra 说:“公司曾以120 公里/小时的速度测试了该项技术,实验表明,车辆的行驶速度对传输效率影响很小,无线充电的传输功率仅受车内电子电路的限制。未来或许只需50 千瓦的电池即足够,根本不需要 300 千瓦那么大的。此外,在车辆行驶中充电可以延长电池寿命,因为电池永远不会达到极低的电量状态。”

记者还了解到,根据国际非电离辐射防护委员会(ICNIRP 2010)的规定,电磁辐射对动物的强度不得高于 27 µT;使用MAGMENT的无线充电系统符合该标准,且测得的数值低于商品防盗装置以及安检金属探测装置等的电磁辐射强度,对人体是无害的。




Sweden: World's first inductive charging smart road

April 12, 2019 //By Nick Flaherty 


Sweden is to commission the world's first smart road that can charge inductively both an electric truck and a bus while in full motion.

The Swedish Transport Administration (Trafikverket) is to commission the Smart Road Gotland consortium with technology from Electreon for dynamic wireless mobile power transfer through a demonstration road system in a SEK116m (€11m) project. The installation is invisible to road users with coils deployed 8 cm under the surface and activated only when corresponding vehicle drives on top of it.

The consortium will deploy a fully functional public shuttle service and test bed through a 1.6 km long electric smart road as part of the total route of 4.1 km between the airport and city center of Visby on the island of Gotland in the Baltic Sea. The electric truck will be test-driven by a professional in varied seasonal conditions to ensure that the system is ready for large-scale roll out.

Long haul heavy trucks will benefit significantly from the Electreon smart road system as heavy batteries and stops for charging are not needed, using a supercapacitor instead to collect the energy from the coils.

Gotland GPe Circuit, which runs the GotlandRing sustainable race and test circuit, worked with the World Ecological Forum and Electreon. The consortium also includes EiTech, a Swedish subsidiary of Vinci, one of the world's biggest infrastructure and construction companies, and the Swedish Rise Research Institute. It also includes Dan transport, an Israeli bus operator and a strategic investor in Electreon which is providing a HIGER E-Bus based on a supercapacitor, while the coils for the smart road are manufactured by French company Hutchinson.

"For the whole consortium, it's wonderful news that we have been selected as the top candidate. It is of utmost importance to significantly reduce CO2-emissions within the transport sector. To commence with the heavier transports is logical since the biggest emission improvements can be gained where the usage and tonnage is the highest," said  Alec Arho-Havrén, CEO and founder of Gotland GPe Circuit/GotlandRing and World Ecological Forum.

"We, the Swedish Transport Administration, believe that electric roads are an important contribution to reducing CO2-emissions from heavy transportation. Demonstrating and evaluating new technical solutions for electric routes is one of our most important steps in our long-term plan for a potential rollout of electrified routes on the heavy road network in Sweden," said Jan Pettersson, program manager for the Swedish Transport Administration.

"Electreon's wireless electric road technology makes it possible to electrify truck fleets economically without the need to carry huge batteries and stop for charging and without creating a visual hazard. The selection of Electreon by the Swedish government after careful filtration testifies to the recognition of the potential of the technology to bring the global electrification revolution to the next critical stage of full implementation," said Oren Ezer, CEO of Electreon in Israel.



MAGMENT - The Second Prize Winner of the 3rd China (Shenzhen) Innovation & Entrepreneurship International Competition - Berlin Division


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From 255 applications of the Berlin Division of the 3rd China Shenzhen Innovation & Entrepreneurship International Competition MAGMENT won the second prize.

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Viodi: A Concrete Plan for Wireless Charging

Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment, Electric Vehicles

A Concrete Plan for Wireless Charging #IDTechEx

by Ken Pyle, Managing Editor • December 13, 2018 • 

The concept of wireless charging sounds great until literally, the rubber hits the road. It is one thing to make the technology work in a lab but creating a wireless charging system that easily integrates into an existing street and withstands the stress and pounding of heavy vehicle traffic is an entirely different challenge.

Magment’s approach is unique in the world of electronics as they mix, low-cost, recycled ferrite material into concrete (or asphalt, as indicated on their website), providing mechanical reinforcement while magnetizing the cured concrete. Embedding a coil into the concrete mixture allows them to create an antenna that radiates power to a vehicle-mounted receiver and achieve power transfer efficiencies of up to 96%.

Speaking at the 2018 IDTechExpo, Magment CEO and Co-Founder, Mauricio Esguerra, discusses how this is a relatively low-cost way to add wireless charging to a city’s infrastructure. Poured as regular concrete, Magment’s solution could add wireless charging in parking lots, bus stops and traffic signals to provide opportunistic charging. Longer-term, it could be used to roads that wirelessly charge vehicles (reducing the size of the batteries needed in those vehicles).

It also has dual-use potential, such as traffic counting (e.g. replacing the loops that Departments of Transportation embed in the road). As an example of such an application, Magment is working with another German start-up, Park Here, to integrate with their self-powered sensors and associated parking management system.¹

Esguerra indicates that one of the first tests of the Magment concrete is in Finland to provide wireless charging at bus stops for the fixed route, shared Sensible4 autonomous shuttle. They are also testing with Linkker electric buses and have plans for a trial in Beijing. Although they have tested dynamic road charging up to 55 MPH, he is hopeful that the introduction of GaN (Gallium nitride) semiconductor technology will allow for faster switching between blocks.

This is just the start, as the concrete could be used for other use-cases, such counters with integrated induction stovetop, electric water taxis or, as Esguerra points out, a magnetized tunnel to help propel a passive hyperloop (e.g. magnets attached to the vehicle and energized from the electrified concrete tunnel).

¹ The idea of interconnected concrete blocks with sensing and, even communications capability (e.g. built-in fiber optics) is also being championed by Integrated Roadways.


Patentan un cemento capaz de crear campos magnéticos y recargar coches eléctricos en movimiento


En los últimos años hemos visto varias iniciativas para lograr recargar las baterías de coches eléctricos y otros vehículos en movimiento. Algo con un gran potencial ya que permite ampliar la autonomía sin necesidad de contar con grandes baterías. El principal problema es que estos sistemas suelen ser bastante caros, y además cuentan con un fuerte impacto visual. Catenarias, o carriles en el asfalto que además suponen tener que modificar en algunos casos físicamente la carretera. Algo que puede resultar peligroso por ejemplo para las motos o los ciclistas.