26 Oct 2020
Ware Raises Funding to Advance Warehouse Innovation, Drone Technology
Ware: Warehouse growth in 2020, plus increased e-commerce shopping, accelerates need for fast, accurate, automated inventory counts.
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
Award for Game-Changing EV Platform Technology
REE has been named as one of ten game-changing companies by Bloomberg for its breakthrough EV platform, which is completely flat, scalable and modular and offers customers full design freedom to create the broadest range of EV and autonomous vehicles for current and future use.
3 Jul 2020
AR/VR/MR 2020: A six-month review
This article provides an overview of the AR/VR/MR market for the first half of 2020.
17 Jun 2020
What Happened to Magic Leap?
Magic Leap laid off 1000 employees in April 2020, and has switched to a enterprise market rather than a consumer market. Why?
15 May 2020
DSM and Lightyear Join on Solar Roofs for the Electric Vehicle Market
Lightyear and Royal DSM have signed an agreement to jointly scale the commercialization of Lightyear's unique solar-powered roof for the electric vehicle market. With this solution, both companies aim to accelerate the global adoption of a broad range of electric vehicles.
2 Mar 2020
Royole manufactures flexible displays and sensors. It is best known for producing the world's first commercial foldable smartphone. They are now working on applying their flexible display technology and manufacturing capabilities to multiple applications.
13 Sep 2019
JUST is a food company that uses plant proteins to produce vegan egg and dairy products. JUST is also developing cultured meat products, making it the only company operating in both the plant-based and cultured meat spaces. At the Good Food Conference 2019, IDTechEx Analyst Dr Michael Dent spoke with JUST's head of global communications Andrew Noyes.
20 Feb 2019
Vestas leads break-away group of big four turbine makers
Developers commissioned a little over 45GW of onshore wind turbines globally in 2018 compared with 47GW a year earlier. Just four manufacturers accounted for more than half, or 57%, of the machines deployed: Denmark's Vestas, China's Goldwind, GE Renewable Energy of the US and Spain's Siemens Gamesa.