08 Dec 2022
IDTechEx Insights: Technology Trends 2023 Magazine
A complimentary magazine by IDTechEx covering technology trends from 2022 and looking ahead to 2023.
26 Jan 2023
The Transition to Oil in EV Thermal Management
The EV market continues to develop, not just in sales but in technology. A critical technology aspect for EVs is the thermal management of the various components to keep everything operating at the optimal temperature.
26 Jan 2023
Join Our Upcoming Webinar - 2023, the Year of Cultured Meat?
As we enter 2023, we celebrate a decade of progress in the cultured meat industry. Ten years ago, the world was introduced to the first lab-grown burger, and this year, it's possible that American consumers will have the opportunity to taste this revolutionary food for themselves.
25 Jan 2023
Promising Innovations in Emerging Image Sensors
The new IDTechEx report, "Emerging Image Sensor Technologies 2023-2033: Applications and Markets", explores a diverse range of image sensing technologies capable of resolutions and wavelength detection far beyond what is currently attainable.
25 Jan 2023
Join Our Upcoming Webinar on Quantum Computers
Quantum Computers: What Are They and When Will They Create Commercial Value? In the last decade, the number of companies actively developing quantum computer hardware has quadrupled. In 2022 multiple funding rounds surpassing US$100 million have been closed, and the transition from lab-based toys to commercial products has begun.
24 Jan 2023
Deploying Materials Informatics: Is SaaS a One-Size-Fits-All Approach?
The materials industry is sometimes described as conservative, but digital transformation is well underway in the sector. Materials informatics - the application of data-centric approaches, including machine learning, to materials R&D - has the potential to be the most impactful arm of this process.
23 Jan 2023
Join Our Upcoming Webinar: Trends and Opportunities for 6G
Though 5G mmWave is still in its early stages, the 6G research race has already begun. The sub-THz band (100 - 300 GHz) is the major focus of the first wave of 6G. Several technological breakthroughs are necessary to fully realize the benefits of such a high frequency band in 6G.
23 Jan 2023
Assistive Technology for an Inclusive Society at CES 2023
Mirroring the broader social trend of increasing awareness around inclusivity, exhibitors at CES 2023 highlighted the capabilities of consumer electronics to deliver assistive technology. IDTechEx attended the event, held January 5 - 8 in Las Vegas, and report on this key trend across interviews with exhibitors over the four days.
20 Jan 2023
IDTechEx Forecasts US$13.7 Billion Cultured Meat Market by 2043
Ten years ago, the world was introduced to the first lab-grown burger, and this year, it is possible that American consumers will have the opportunity to taste this revolutionary food for themselves. The end of 2022 saw a major milestone for the industry, with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approving a cultured meat product for the first time, a significant step towards commercialization.
19 Jan 2023
Webinar on the Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (CCUS) Market
The Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (CCUS) Market: Will It Finally Take-off? Recognized as one of the key technologies essential to achieving net-zero emissions targets, the momentum behind carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) deployment is building up. This webinar highlights the findings of the new IDTechEx report, "Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (CCUS) Markets 2023-2043", a comprehensive market report on the CCUS industry.
18 Jan 2023
Printed Electronics Enables R2R, Additive & Digital Manufacturing
Can electronics manufacturing be reconfigured for our digital, environmentally-conscious age? IDTechEx's new report, "Manufacturing Printed Electronics 2023-2033", explores a wide range of manufacturing innovations that will enable additive, digital, and higher throughput electronics production across many length scales.
18 Jan 2023
Join Our Upcoming Webinar on Low-Loss Materials for 5G
Breaking Down the Drivers and Barriers Impacting Low-Loss Materials for 5G. Each year, the global deployment of 5G-enabled devices and infrastructure expands, bringing new and exciting applications to market, like smart devices, autonomous vehicles, and remote medical monitoring. However, the expansion of the 5G network, particularly the higher frequency mmWave bands, is restricted by several challenges.