17 Feb 2020
IDTechEx interviewed Jason Zinc and a team from Bosch at CES 2020's Unveiled exhibition. They were demonstrating a "virtual visor" concept for vehicle windshields.
13 Feb 2020
They have a key partnership with Kimberly Clark, manufacturer of Huggies brand of diapers. This launched in Korea in October 2018 under the Yuhan-Kimberly joint venture. They told us that they sold 8000 units in this trial.
25 Jan 2018
Bosch showed its smart city gas sensor solution at CES 2018
5 Dec 2013
-The company's core capabilities are in the development of key electric traction components and the optimization of hybrid power trains. This basically comprehends the design of power trains through the integration of key components such as electric motors, energy storage and electric inverters in a way to enhance the energy efficiency from the battery to the point of energy demand. The company is essentially performing as a system integrator, which allows them to capture most of the value of the electric value supply chain, excluding the retail and post sale service of electric vehicles.
-The company holds patents on axial electric motor technology.
-The company developed originally permanent magnet electric generators and motors, then it expanded to add more components to their product portfolio over time, first adding heavy duty inverters and finally supercapacitor technology (partnership with WIMA)
- The company is backed up by relevant investors such as SEMIKRON which is in the power electronics industry.
21 Dec 2012
CapXX has a strong research and development arm in Sydney Australia that has managed not only to develop the thinnest supercapacitors in the world but to manufacture them even in their Asian partners manufacturing plants. This expertise gives the abiity not only to profit from licencing but from technical consulting from manufacturing their technology.
Product unique selling points: Cap XX supercapacitor product and manufacturing technology allow them to produce special form factors with the thinnest thickness in the market. In the consumer and industrial electronics markets where space restrictions apply, Cap XX supercapacitors (and those products based on their technology licence. i.e. Murata products) offer the best value proposition.
A strong patent portfolio and constant expansion into new target markets (e.g. developing hybrid supercapacitor/batteries with a large potential for automotive and grid energy storage applications) makes the company a very dynamic player addressing diversified markets but also aiming for both product substitution and new product creation.
The company's products enter the market through various streams: through distributors, direct sales to customers, license agreements or joint ventures. CAP-XX is looking to increase revenues from all these streams. To that end, CAP-XX has worked hard to form collaborations with well recognized companies such as Murata, Polar Twin Advance and Nationgate which strengthen the company's position.