Arm Holdings Plc

Arm Holdings Plc

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ARM designs the technology that lies at the heart of advanced digital products, from wireless, networking and consumer entertainment solutions to imaging, automotive, security and storage devices. In ARM's comprehensive product offering includes RISC CPU and GPU IP, software, standard cell libraries and memories, connectivity products, tools and training services, supported by the industry's broadest partner community. The Keil products from ARM include C/C++ compilers, debuggers, integrated environments, RTOS, simulation models, and evaluation boards for ARM, Cortex-M series, Cortex-R4, ARM7™ and ARM9™ processor families.
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20 Feb 2020


IDTechEx analyst Nadia Tsao spoke with LivAssured CEO Jeroen van den Hout. LivAssured is a Dutch company that has developed the NighWatch, a wearable for detection of epileptic seizures during sleep. LivAssured was founded in 2013 as a spin-off from academia. The NightWatch was launched in 2018.
20 Feb 2020


Repuls - a medical device company headquartered in Vienna, Austria - developed a LED-based product for drug-free pain management. It uses near infrared light to reduce pain and stimulate tissue regeneration without using heat.
17 Feb 2020

High power thermoelectric energy harvesting starts to look good

In energy harvesting in general, there is 100 times the market potential in high power rather than low power. In this article IDTechEx explores this opportunity.
14 Feb 2020

A Wearable Exoskeleton from the PowerGrasp Project

In automobile production, industrial robots and production lines largely relieve people of having to work with heavy loads. This is not the case for people who work in a trade or in care, where the body can be heavily burdened by hard work. In the PowerGrasp project, a second skin provides additional strength.
7 Feb 2020

American Semiconductor Inc

American Semiconductor is a company based in Idaho, USA that has developed a process for thinning silicon chips and packaging them within a polymer. This enables flexible, durable silicon ICs, offering processing capability with a flexible form factor.
4 Feb 2020

Ford Develops 3-D Printed Locking Wheel Nuts to Prevent Theft

Engineers at Ford have now developed unique locking wheel nuts using 3D printing technology. Voice pattern defines the nut's shape.
3 Feb 2020

Dimension Robotics

IDTechEx analyst Nadia Tsao spoke with Weijian Shang, CTO of Dimension Robotics. Dimension Robotics have developed the Dr CaRo device, a robotic arm for stroke rehabilitation. Dimension Robotics was founded in 2015 and have launched several other products for academic use.
31 Jan 2020

Neuromodulation Device May Help Prevent Migraines

In a new clinical trial, neuromodulation takes the form of a cell-phone-sized device that stimulates the vagus nerve. The longest cranial nerve in the human body, the vagus nerve charts a circuitous route from the brain stem through the face, neck, chest and abdomen.
31 Jan 2020

InnoLAE 2020

Innovations in Large Area Electronics 2020 IDTechEx attended InnoLAE 2020 (Innovations in Large-Area Electronics Conference), which is held each year just outside Cambridge, UK. The conference aims to 'bridges the gap between academia and industry', in the field of printed/large area/alternative electronics. Approximately half the attendees are from academia, with the rest from (primarily) small material suppliers and university spin-out companies.
28 Jan 2020

Intuitive Touch Controls for STM32-Based Smart Devices

STMicroelectronics and Fieldscale have joined forces to simplify development of touch-enabled user interfaces for smart devices containing ST's STM32 microcontrollers.
24 Jan 2020

Spider-Man-Style Robotic Graspers Defy Gravity

Specially designed vacuum suction units allow humans to climb walls. Scientists have developed a suction unit that can be used on rough surfaces, no matter how textured, and that has applications in the development of climbing robots and robotic arms with grasping capabilities.
22 Jan 2020

Underwater Robot Takes First Known Automated Ocean Sample

A hybrid remotely operated vehicle took the first known automated sample performed by a robotic arm in the ocean.
22 Jan 2020

Finalists Announced for 2019 R&D 100 Awards

Finalists for the venerable R&D 100 Awards have been announced by R&D World magazine and its new parent company, WTWH Media, LLC.
20 Jan 2020

Add-On Wearable Monitors Sweat

Sweat, which contains a wide range of biochemical markers, can tell us a lot about our health. Variations in sweat pH can tell us whether our body is dehydrated and can aid the diagnosis of skin conditions such as dermatitis, acne and other skin infections. In diabetic patients, sweat pH may serve as a good indicator of other life-threatening conditions.
20 Jan 2020

Designing Better Nursing Care with Robots

Robots are becoming an increasingly important part of human care, according to researchers based in Japan. To help improve the safety and efficacy of robotic care, the scientists have developed a control method that could help robots better replicate human movement when lifting and moving a patient.
15 Jan 2020

FlexDex Surgical

FlexDex Surgical, founded in 2013, is a medical technology company. Its device enables surgeons to perform minimally invasive surgical procedures.
15 Jan 2020

2AI - Applied Artificial Intelligence Laboratory

2AI pursues research on fundamental advances in AI for the development of technically innovative solutions. IDTechEx spoke to members of 2AI involved in the development of LaserNAVI, a collaborative robot for patient-specific laser treatment of vascular lesions.
15 Jan 2020

Weed and Litter Killer Robots

A weeding robot for autonomous farming and a robot that liberates the beaches from litter. Those are two innovations brought by the Dutch delegation from Techleap.
15 Jan 2020

First 3D Printed Sensor Operated Prosthetic Arm for Toddlers

The lightweight device with soft grip fingers uses an armband fitted with sensors to detect electrical signals naturally conducted by muscles. This enables the toddler to grip and pick up objects in much the same way as they would with a natural arm.
10 Jan 2020

Polytechnique Montréal - NanoRobotics Laboratory

The NanoRobotics Lab has developed a robotic platform that enables endovascular interventional procedures in deep and difficult to reach areas of the vasculature.