15 Aug 2022
Manna Drone Delivery: Fully Autonomous Drone Delivery in Europe
Manna Drone Delivery was founded in 2018 in Dublin, Ireland. It has an office in San Francisco, USA. The company raised US$25 million in funding in 2021. Manna provides fully autonomous drone delivery services, focused on low-value but high-frequency categories, such as takeaway food, coffee, and groceries.
23 Jun 2022
XPeng is a publicly listed Chinese electric vehicle manufacturer that targets the mid- to high-end passenger vehicle segment. It offers SUVs and sedans with autonomous driving capabilities. IDTechEx spoke to its European business development and product specialist team at EVS35 as they now expand overseas.
5 Aug 2021
About ten years ago, Echodyne, Kymeta and Evolv Technology broke off Intellectual Ventures to sell metamaterial products.
26 Feb 2021
Drone Sensors are Critical to Future Drone Adoption says IDTechEx
Drone sensors are critical to wider drone adoption. IDTechEx forecast that the market for drone sensors will be greater than $2.9Bn by 2031, according to their recent market research report "Drone Market and Industries: 2021-2041"
14 Jan 2021
Drones: The Key Technology for the Next Decade
Drones are the key technology of the coming two decades. They are used in many different aspects of industry, and commercial use of this technology has never been higher.
24 Sep 2020
Sterblue was founded 4.5 years ago in France. It has grown to 23 employees in 3 offices at the time of writing. Their HQ is in the USA. They have a range of technologies for Drones.
19 May 2020
Swarm Farm Robotics is based in Australia.
16 Mar 2020
Automotive Lidar Market: Battlefield of a Hundred Technology Suppliers
The lidar market is very dynamic and some players are making excellent progress towards launching automotive-grade products. Analysts at IDTechEx are tracking more than one hundred companies that develop 3D lidar modules, this article presents insights from their report "Lidar 2020-2030".
9 Mar 2020
Emerging Technologies Deployed in China during the Coronavirus Period
Coronavirus (COVID-19) has been spreading in many places, which has brought great concern, inconvenience and harm. It also changes the lifestyle in some areas as people are requested to quarantine themselves or avoid contacting each other. In order to better conduct monitoring, prevention and control, multiple high-tech and emerging technologies have been deployed. Some of them may still play an important role when everybody comes back to normal life. This article will show the readers a selection of them.