29 Sep 2020
Nidec ASI Supplying Battery Energy Storage System Worth $30.5 Million
Nidec ASI, the Nidec Industrial Solutions platform belonging to the Nidec Group, has supplied battery energy storage systems for a new important US project.
15 Jul 2020
Nidec ASI Growing in Northern Europe
Nidec ASI is growing in Northern Europe and is supplying battery energy storage solutions for three major projects in Finland and Sweden.
22 May 2020
Lightricity is a niche photovoltaic player with 9 people, spun off from Oxford University in the UK. They focus on indoors because their technology has an exceptional 30% efficiency there, particularly under LED (blueish?) lighting.
5 Mar 2020
Video: Thinning a Silicon Chip Could Make it More Durable
American Semiconductor (ASI) has installed the world's first ultra-thin wafer-level Chip Scale Packaging operation and assembly service in Boise, ID in 2019. ASI is the industry leader in flexible integrated circuits as well as a services provider for Flexible-Hybrid-Electronic (FHE) system design and prototype assembly. Standard and custom Semiconductor-on-Polymer (SoP) ICs are available ranging from OPAMPS to complex system-on-chip (SoC) to NFC and BLE.
5 Mar 2020
Expanding the use of Large-Scale Storage Systems
Nidec ASI was chosen by the French public electricity transmission system operator, RTE, to realize a full-scale experiment in which an electricity storage system is used to optimize management of energy flows on the transmission grid, in Vingeanne, in the Côte-d'Or department.
7 Feb 2020
SEMI-FlexTech Launches Six New Projects
SEMI-FlexTech announced the launch of six projects to accelerate sensor and sensor system innovations for new applications in industries including healthcare, automotive, industrial and defense.
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.
27 Nov 2019
IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA 2019 Award Winners
At the 16th IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA conference and exhibition held in Santa Clara on November 20-21, three organizations were honored for their great achievements in developing and commercializing printed electronics technologies.
18 Jun 2019
Bringing renewable energy to the Bahamas
The aim of the project, worth €1.5 million, is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 50% by the year 2020 and, at the same time, decrease by 70% the use of power generation from conventional sources (diesel) for the production of the energy necessary for the island's consumption.
6 Dec 2018
Mainland France's largest grid battery storage facility
When completed, it will be the largest power storage unit connected directly to the grid in mainland France. With a 6 MW / 6 MWh power rating, the unit will use its storage capacity to perform frequency regulation services for the grid, helping keep any frequency deviation in check.
26 Jul 2018
Nidec Industrial Solutions world leader in energy storage
Nidec Industrial Solutions has, for the fifth consecutive year, confirmed its standing as the world's leading supplier in the energy storage market.
20 Jul 2018
Remotely piloted aircraft completes transatlantic mission
A Medium-altitude, Long-endurance Remotely Piloted Aircraft produced by General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc made history as it landed at the Royal Air Force, Fairford in Gloucestershire, UK and became the first MALE RPA to successfully complete a trans-Atlantic flight.
15 Mar 2018
ISORG develop Organic Photo Detector (OPD) systems which are partly printed, with mass production beginning in late 2018 or early 2019. They are focusing on smart shelves and finger print scanners (small and large area).
15 Mar 2018
Agricultural robotics and drones: diversity of functions, forms
Our research, published in Agricultural Robots and Drones 2018-2038: Technologies, Markets and Players, describes how robotics is transforming the world of agriculture. Indeed, our previous articles have described agricultural robotics and drones could become a $28Bn and $35B industry by 2028 and 2038, respectively. In this article, we seek to demonstrate the diversity of functions, forms and fortunes that exists, and will continue to exist, in agricultural robotics.