Radioactive-busting robotic suit
If wearable technologies are the future, a radioactive-busting robotic suit could represent yet one more dramatic step into the beyond.
CPI works with Pireta to develop new smart clothing
The Centre for Process Innovation is collaborating on a project to support the development of next generation smart clothing. Working with Pireta Limited, CPI is using its industry expertise in the printed electronics sector to aid scale-up of wearable technology in textiles.
A report from Solar & Storage Live 2018
Solar & Storage Live is one of the UK renewable energy industry's premier annual events and is attended by a range of technology developers and policy makers with an interest in the solar & storage market, both in the UK and internationally.
Gyrotricity is a UK based energy storage start-up that has been spun out of City University London in partnership with Dynamic Boosting Systems Ltd. IDTechEx spoke to Gyrotricity founder and Chief Technology Officer Professor Keith Pullen in 2018, to learn more about the company's current and future activities.
Nuvve is a San Diegan company that provides the tools that facilitate 'vehicle to grid' (or 'v2g') services for electric vehicles, with a focus on the software aggregation platform rather than the hardware (bi-directional chargers).
The company is global and has received major investment from utilities like EDF Renewables.
Kite Power Systems
Kite Power Systems is a Scotland based developer of Airborne Wind Energy products.
CPI collaborates with OXIS Energy on Lithium Innovations
The Centre for Process Innovation is set to help develop the next generation of batteries capable of extending electric vehicles' mileage range.
TWI leads Open Architecture Additive Manufacturing project
TWI is taking the lead in the Open Architecture Additive Manufacturing project to demonstrate the ability to manufacture large metallic components via Additive Manufacturing for the benefit of UK Aerospace.
CPI supports project to improve airtight bonding in OLED lighting
The Centre for Process Innovation is working as part of a consortium to improve airtight bonding in OLED lighting for aerospace and defence applications.
EPSRC announces £16 million investment in Supergen Energy Hubs
Three £5 million energy research hubs and a new £1 million network in solar energy that will build multidisciplinary collaborations between universities, academic bodies and industry were announced by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council.
Fiber lasers: unique tools for automotive & aerospace manufacturing
Automotive and aerospace manufacturers are increasingly turning to fiber lasers to resolve their manufacturing challenges.
Emerging technology trends featured at IDTechEx (Part 2)
Monika Dunkel continues to explore worldwide technology and market trends in nine key areas, and opportunities they present for the UK.
Emerging technology trends featured at IDTechEx (Part 1)
Monika Dunkel, Knowledge Transfer Manager Emerging Technologies, Innovate UK recently reported on the technology trends featured at the recent IDTechEx Show! IDTechEx show presenters and exhibitors gave an overview of key market and technology trends in nine emerging technologies. Set in Berlin on 11th and 12th April 2018 this European show attracted visitors and exhibitors from across Europe, Israel, US and a noteable South Korean presence.
Bentley Motors to build the UK`s largest ever solar-powered car port
Bentley Motors announces that construction has started on the UK's largest ever solar-powered car port at Bentley's factory headquarters in Crewe, UK.
UK Power Networks Services smart charges UPS's electric vehicles
UK Power Networks Services has implemented smart new electric vehicle charging systems to power UPS's central London delivery fleet for what is believed to be the first time in the world on this scale.
Materion Aerospace Metal Composites (AMC) are leading manufacturers of metal matrix composites. IDTechEx analyst Dr Richard Collins interviewed Andrew Tarrant (Director).
Robotics experts to help with Sellafield decommissioning
This latest nuclear clean-up scheme sees a consortium of industry and academia tasked with designing a system for dismantling highly radioactive rooms or 'cells' at Sellafield in Cumbria, UK, Europe's most complex nuclear site.
Honda to supply Power Manager units for UK energy management demo
Honda Motor Europe has announced it will supply its state-of-the-art Power Manager units as part of the EV-elocity consortium project in the UK. The project aims to demonstrate the business case for Vehicle-to-Grid technologies across a variety of UK locations.