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13 May 2020

Solar Powered Water Purifier and Sanitation System

As more and more people seek ways to stays safe amidst the COVID-19 pandemic and try to engage in more outdoor activities for mental health such as camping or hiking, GoSun has released the world's first portable, solar-powered water purification and sanitation system.
24 Feb 2020


IDTechEx analyst Nadia Tsao spoke with a representative from 10minds at their booth at CES 2020. 10minds have developed Motion Pillow, a smart pillow to manage snoring.
21 Feb 2020


IDTechEx analyst Nadia Tsao spoke with Dongsin Kim, CEO of Nyx. Nyx is a South Korean company developing GoSleep, a sleep aid device. It helps users fall asleep faster with no side effects. The company currently has 7 employees and has raised $50,000 from the South Korean government.
17 Dec 2019


NotAnotherOne is a design-house based in the US. They help to develop IoT devices, smart gas sensors and smart speakers
9 Aug 2019

Non-invasive microcurrent waveforms to provide sinus pain relief

ClearUP is a small hand-held device that uses non-invasive microcurrent waveforms to provide sinus pain relief for both year-round and seasonal allergies.
30 Jul 2019

Introducing the Royole transparent, rollable keyboard

The Royole keyboard has been re-designed. It's small, smooth, efficient and compatible with all devices. Users can use their Royole keyboards on any surface with ease.
28 Jan 2019


IDTechEx Analyst Dr Nadia Tsao reports on her findings from CES 2019.
28 Jan 2019


IDTechEx Analyst Dr Nadia Tsao reports on her findings from CES 2019.
8 Mar 2018

Loomo: mini transporter meets robot sidekick

Loomo is a smart machine that toggles between a mini personal transporter and mobile robot sidekick.
26 Jan 2018


Dr. Arshya Vahabzadeh, the CMO of Brain Power, presented on their technology- "Empower Me", the world's first AR glasses for autism that use the Google glass as a platform in conjunction with Affectiva Emotion AI to facilitate social interaction at CES 2018.
26 Jan 2018


Neurovalens, a company based out of Belfast, Ireland and UC San Diego, presented their technology- The Modius at CES 2018.
12 Oct 2017

Thermoelectric developments continue

Despite a speed up of electrification which is bad news for thermoelectric based waste heat recovery in internal combustion engines, not all has been bad for this energy harvesting technology.
13 Sep 2017

Make Electricity Where You Need It

While grid load from electric vehicles is expected to rise in the near future. Engineers are already looking for solutions to make electric vehicles function independently of the grid.
23 Mar 2017

Affordable, powerful smart nano-drone

Kudrone, a palm-sized, smartphone-controlled drone that is taking on leading competitors.
28 Feb 2017

An on/off-road, full-suspension electric folding bike

MOAR is a new fat ebike design on the market with both front and rear suspensions.
23 Jan 2017

CES2017: Air quality has become a big theme

Every year at CES you are guaranteed to see the latest TVs and gadgets for your home. The 2017 edition was no exception, with the expected emphasis on virtual reality, high dynamic range displays, and voice controlled assistants.
15 Nov 2016

The first wearable daylight, sunlight and vitamin D coach in the world

Dutch start-up e-Senses, in collaboration with Holst Centre, has developed the world's first personal sunlight, daylight and vitamin D coach. The Helios smart ring gives wearers feedback on the amount of sunlight they receive and how much vitamin D they create, personalized to their skin type and behavior. It lets people find the perfect balance between sun safety and getting enough vitamin D.
15 Mar 2016

Wristband detects and alerts for seizures, monitors stress

Researchers have developed a medical-quality consumer wristband, called Embrace, that monitors stress signals to detect potentially deadly seizures and alert wearers and caregivers, so they can intervene.
2 Feb 2016


IDTechEx interviewed Dominik Solenicki from Sintratec. Sintratec are the first to market with a kit for a low cost SLS machine, intended for prototyping and research.
28 Jan 2016

Solar roads find many uses

Installing photovoltaics in roads seems a daft idea at first. It sounds expensive and unlikely to work unless cleaned, free of snow and ice and in direct sunlight - all too infrequent in most places. Indeed, roads are constantly dug up by utilities, repairmen and others. How do you do that with sheets of glass?