31 Jan 2024
Tesla's Ross and Rachel Relationship With Radar
Ross and Rachel's relationship in the TV series Friends was characterized by its on-again, off-again nature, with the inevitability that they end up together in the end. Tesla started its full self-driving hardware with radar in 2016, it began the break-up with radar in 2021, and radar was removed from production entirely in 2021.
1 Dec 2023
CellMo manufactures metal foam with applications in fuel cells, electrolyzers, batteries and filtration.
21 Nov 2023
Optiark is a Chinese designer and manufacturer of single-layer diffractive waveguides and associated optical engines for augmented reality (AR). IDTechEx met Optiark at AWE EU 2023.
25 Oct 2023
Leading Radar Products from Tier 1 and Tier 2 Suppliers
The leading suppliers of radar are Continental, Bosch and Denso. However, the radar's performance characteristics are mostly defined by the transceiver which is made by tier 2 suppliers and integrated into the radar by the tier 1s. The leading suppliers of transceivers are NXP, Infineon and Texas Instruments. This premium article covers the key products and recent changes from these players, highlighting a key trend for unlocking more performance from radar.
15 Sep 2023
Eisenhuth is a German company specializing in the manufacture of bipolar plates and gaskets/seals for fuel cells, electrolyzers and redox flow batteries.
25 Jul 2023
Founded in January 2018, from an augmented reality wearables parent company, DAQRI, Envisics has grown in the heads-up display (HUD) space, being valued more recently at US$500M with investments from large OEMs such as Hyundai Mobis, Stellantis, GM Ventures or Inmotion Ventures from Jaguar Land Rover. With research that spun out of the University of Cambridge, Envisics has evolved significantly, bringing this solution to the automotive industry.
Led by Dr Jamieson Christmas, Envisics is bringing holographic displays to augmented reality HUDs (AR-HUDS) and providing full depth planes to images projected ahead of the driver.
7 Jun 2023
Founded in 2009, Ceres Holographics is headquartered in Livingston, Scotland and specializes in enabling next-generation augmented reality (AR) through designing and digitally mastering holographic optical elements (HOEs) for transparent displays.