Research Articles

Worldwide
24 Feb 2020

Keeping Cool as the Electric Vehicle Market Heats Up

Some of the biggest hurdles to widespread adoption of electric vehicles are range anxiety, battery longevity and safety. As the electric vehicle market grows and for it to reach its full potential, there is an increased need for effective thermal management of the vehicles.
Worldwide
24 Feb 2020

In-Mold Electronics: Starting Simple to Reach One Billion Dollars

In-Mold Electronics (IME) will one day become a well-established process with a well-developed ecosystem and a mature, easy-to-use design-to-product workflow. This process will become the basis of many novel structural electronic designs and products.
Worldwide
21 Feb 2020

What Memphis Meats $161M Funding Means for the Cultured Meat Industry

Memphis Meats a leading start-up in the race to develop cultured meat products, recently announced that it had closed a $161 million funding round. IDTechEx Analyst Dr Michael Dent discusses what this means for the commercialisation of the cultured meat industry.
North America (USA + Canada)
21 Feb 2020

Enabling Point of Care Diagnostics and Continuous Monitoring

Healthcare Sensor Innovations North America debut on Marc, 17-18, 2020 in San Jose, USA will focus on the latest developments in the use of wearables and sensors in point of care diagnostics and continuous monitoring.
Worldwide
19 Feb 2020

Wachstumssektoren leitfähiger Tinten: Eine Lösung für diese Probleme

Laut umfangreichen Forschungsergebnissen von IDTechEx wird sich der Markt für leitfähige Tinten im Jahr 2020 auf 2,4 Mrd. USD belaufen. 95 % des Wertes leitfähiger Tinten entfallen dabei auf nur drei Anwendungen - die gedruckten Sammelschienen und Finger an PV-Solarzellen, externe Heizanwendungen für PKW (Entnebler) sowie Touchscreen-Rand-Elektroden.
Worldwide
19 Feb 2020

Webinar Thurs 27 Feb 2020 - Electric Trucks: An Impending Revolution?

IDTechEx will be hosting a free webinar on Thursday 27 February 2020 titled Electric Trucks: An Impending Revolution?
Worldwide
19 Feb 2020

Navigate the Emerging Graphene Market

Graphene is on the cusp of significant market growth; the opportunities are exciting and diverse, each with significant potential. Graphene and 2D Materials Europe 2020 (13-14 May, Berlin) is the largest B2B event on the topic with a dedicated focus on the commercial frontiers. www.GrapheneEurope.tech
United States
14 Feb 2020

Wearables for Continuous Health Monitoring

Attendees at Healthcare Sensor Innovations USA 2020 will hear from industry representatives on how the next wave of connected and wearable medical devices will bring increased benefits to patients, healthcare providers, insurers, and the pharmaceutical industry.
Worldwide
14 Feb 2020

Off-Road Vehicle Makers Electrify to Become as Large as Car Companies

Vehicles for construction, agriculture and mining CAM have become one industry served by giants such as Caterpillar, CNH Industrial, John Deere and Komatsu but also small businesses making the new requirements such as drone systems and weeding and mine survey robots.
Worldwide
14 Feb 2020

Molecular Diagnostics Sits at Heart of the Fight Against Coronavirus

The current outbreak of a novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) has hit China in the past month and spread to 25 nations. Early detection and diagnosis are essential to reduce the prevalence of infectious diseases and to prevent them from becoming epidemic or even pandemic.
Worldwide
14 Feb 2020

Die Attach Materials in Electric Vehicles: How Will the Market Grow

The rise of electric vehicles is creating many new material opportunities. One such material class is the die attach material used in power electronics.
Worldwide
14 Feb 2020

Electric Vehicle Materials - Act Now Or Miss The Opportunity!

Since their accelerated growth began in 2015, 2019 saw two of the top three regions selling electric cars plateau as a short-term transition from 'carrot' to 'stick' unfolds. In China, serious subsidy phase-outs, amid relaxing of internal combustion engine bans (to stimulate overall car sales), are to blame. Similarly, growth in the US has been underpinned by Tesla, whose tax credits were slashed mid-year as quotas were reached.