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Ember is the leading provider of wireless sensor and control network technologies. Ember provides industry leading chips, software and tools for ZigBee Applications around the world. Ember products are enabling dramatic energy efficiency improvements for businesses, homes and the utilities that serve them.
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16 Jan 2024

Long Duration Energy Storage Market 2024-2044: Technologies, Players, Forecasts

IDTechEx Report: Conrad Nichols, Dr Alex Holland and Chingis Idrissov
29 Mar 2023

Ember Technologies

Ember Technologies develops temperature-controlling products using sensor technology and is well-known for its smart mugs.
24 Nov 2022

Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (CCUS) Markets 2023-2043

IDTechEx Report:
26 Mar 2021


Holo, Inc. has developed a platform technology for the high-throughput production of intricate metal parts using additive manufacturing. IDTechEx spoke with Dr Arian Aghababaie (CSO, Co-founder & president) and Dr Hal Zarem (CEO).
7 Oct 2015

3D printing tradeshow season continues...

Just a week after Euromold at the Dusseldorf Messe, a lot of the same people joined TCT at the NEC Birmingham.
27 Mar 2015

Product Development Technology - You Can't be a One-Trick Pony

Develop3d LIVE: a Product Development Technology conference at Warwick Arts Centre, on the University of Warwick campus, in the UK.
18 Jun 2013

Silicon Labs acquire Energy Micro

Silicon Labs has announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Energy Micro AS.
16 Nov 2011

ZigBee Deployments and an Update on Low Power Operations

Ember Corporation, United States
27 Oct 2011

Wireless sensor networks and energy harvesting coming together

Zero power wireless sensors are now available, which bring together new low power wireless ICs with energy harvesters (which harvest energy from heat, light or motion, for example) and the appropriate form of energy storage and conditioning.
3 Nov 2008

Wireless sensor networks 2009-2019 Part two

IDTechEx has just issued a report called Wireless Sensor Networks and we summarise the subject also known as Ubiquitous Sensor Networks in part two.