1 Oct 2018
Wind energy extraction using a drone is their focus. They are a group of academics who have started the project from the research institutions of Switzerland in 2013.
21 Sep 2018
Drones 2018-2038: Components, Technologies, Roadmaps, Market Forecasts
The new report from IDTechEx Research, Drones 2018-2038: Components, Technologies, Roadmaps, Market Forecasts, provides a comprehensive analysis of the drone market, considering components, technologies, application roadmaps and markets.
22 Mar 2018
Off Grid Breakthroughs and Challenges
The conference "Off Grid Energy Independence" Berlin April 11-12 will be unique in focussing exclusively on zero emission off grid and fringe-of-grid advances, challenges and prospects globally.
1 Mar 2018
Microgrids but not as we know them
The "IDTechEx Show!" Berlin, April 11-12 will have 2500+ paying delegates, 220 exhibitors and nine parallel conferences but there is a difference this year.
16 Aug 2017
SwissKitePower Project Switzerland
The SwissKitePower project is a multidisciplinary research and development effort aimed at creating a totally new device which can harness wind energy at high altitudes. The winds at altitude are stronger and more consistent than those at the ground and represent an enormous potential source of renewable energy.
10 Feb 2017
New IDTechEx report reveals much larger drone opportunity
Just when many investors are running for the exit, having burnt their fingers with toy drones and the like, IDTechEx reveals a much bigger picture with considerable potential for the level-headed.
8 Feb 2017
Nothing lasts forever: things wear out. However, there is a huge pent up demand for "perpetual" autonomous drones for everything from security to surveying, meteorology and even power generation.
30 Dec 2016
Containerized mobile wind energy systems
By using a Twing, short for tethered wing, wind energy up to 300 meters above the ground can be efficiently harnessed.
6 Nov 2015
Electric vehicles harvest more power
"Many land, water and airborne electric vehicles harvest all the energy they need. They never plug in. It is the way of the future" says IDTechEx Chairman Dr Peter Harrop.