Transportation & Distribution Company

Linear Labs Incorporated

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Funding Goal $500,000
Funding Raised So Far $500,000
Funding Commitments $0
Funding Remaining $0
Funding Type Convertible Debt
Pre-Money Valuation
Investor Ownership
Interest / Dividend
Previous Funding

Company Overview


Linear Labs, a smart electric motor company based in Fort Worth, Texas, created an entirely new and versatile electric motor system design that will redefine mobility (ie electric vehicles), HVAC systems, and robotics.

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Business Summary


Company Age 4 years, 11 months
Employees 15
Sub-Industry Other Transportation & Distribution
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Products/Services


New Concept Technology Platforms, Electric Motors and Generators, Linear Actuators and Generators

Linear Labs, formed in 2013, and located in the greater Dallas/Fort Worth area in Texas, has developed technologies for the electric motor, electric generator, and linear and rotary actuator markets. Over the last 5 years, Linear Labs has reduced to practice two rotary and two linear electric motor/generator prototypes utilizing a new methodology for electric motor/generator construction. The end result, proven by third party test data, is an electric motor that produces factors more torque or force for an equivalent amount of energy input compared to any other commercial machine or as a generator more voltage at incredibly low speeds This makes the technology applicable to any motor, generator, or actuator market, It is a truly disruptive technology due to its much higher output performance at lower energy input levels. This technology can be built using existing standard manufacturing methods and practices and the designs are no more expensive to produce than today's machines.

Management


Fred E. Hunstable
Chief Technology Officer
Fred E. Hunstable

Inventor, Lead Designer

Prolific innovator, the first to design, build, and test an entirely new methodology in electric motors and generators in 120 years. Deep expertise in electrical engineering and nuclear power. Led Walker Engineering’s efforts in designing, upgrading, and completing electrical infrastructure, environmental and enterprise projects as well as safety and commercial grade evaluation programs.

Brad Hunstable
Chief Executive Officer
Brad Hunstable

Brad served as CEO of Ustream, now an IBM Company. Under his leadership, Ustream grew to serve tens of millions of users globally and generated $40M in revenue. In 2016, Ustream was acquired by IBM for $150M and was turned into the basis of what is now IBM’s core Cloud Video division.

The San Francisco Business Times honored him as an influential young leader in their 40 Under 40 list, he was ranked among the 50 Digital Power Players by the Hollywood Reporter, and honored as Variety’s Producers Guild of America’s Digital 25: Visionaries, Innovators and Producers. In 2017, he received The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business Entrepreneur and Innovation Alumni Award. In 2019, Brad was an EY Entrepreneur of the Year Finalist.

Brad is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point and holds an MBA from The Ohio State University.

John Curry
President Operations
John Curry

Jon brings 25+ years of experience within the automotive industry. He has been involved in every aspect of this industry focusing on Electric Vehicle efficiency through the implementation of lightweight materials and high-performance electric hub motors.

He has 10+ years of participation as an industry advisor with World Solar Challenge, serving as senior technical representative for Tesla, and Faraday Future. He worked extensively on a GM + Honda joint venture focusing on a hydrogen fuel cell program, Lucid Air and two different advanced development military vehicles.

He has a BS in Manufacturing Engineering from Western Michigan University where he was also an adjunct professor, part of the manufacturing overview board, and a member of the dean interviewing team for the Engineering College.

Mary Korn
Chief Financial Officer
Mary Korn

Mary served as the CFO of Ustream, now an IBM company. While working as a member of Brad’s leadership team, Ustream grew to serve tens of millions of users globally and generated $40M in revenue. In 2016, Ustream was acquired by IBM for $150M and was turned into the basis of what is now IBM’s core Cloud Video division.

Mary has more than 25 years of experience as a CFO / COO / Co-Founder for high growth venture-backed and public technology companies. She is a high impact team player. She concluded multiple successful exits of software and hardware companies. In her spare time, she is an advisor, investor & mentor for AI, SaaS, and data-intensive tech firms.

She holds an MBA from Santa Clara University, a BA from Marietta College, and is a CPA, licensed in the State of California.

Investors/Lenders


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Funding Goal $500,000
Funding Raised So Far $500,000
Funding Commitments $0
Funding Remaining $0
Funding Type Convertible Debt
Pre-Money Valuation
Investor Ownership
Interest / Dividend
Previous Funding

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Contact


Linear Labs Incorporated

Dallas Fort Worth, TX 76049, US

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