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3 Apr 2020

Could There be a Li-Ion Battery Shortage?

IDTechEx forecast Li-ion demand to grow almost 10-fold from 2020-2030, but can supply meet this demand? Automotive manufacturers the world over are pledging to electrify their fleets.
31 Mar 2020

Aggreko (Energy Storage)

30 Mar 2020

Silicon Anode Batteries Could Run 400km on a Five Minute Charge

The porous mostly-silicon films can hold more lithium ions and move them around super-fast. And they're cheap.
25 Mar 2020

Samsung Presents All-Solid-State Battery Technology

Compared to widely used lithium-ion batteries, which utilize liquid electrolytes, all-solid-state batteries support greater energy density, which opens the door for larger capacities, and utilize solid electrolytes, which are demonstrably safer.
24 Mar 2020


24 Mar 2020

Kokam (2020)

23 Mar 2020

LCD display industry: assessment of current market status & key trends

LCD display industry: an assessment of current market status and key trends
19 Mar 2020

Aston Martin

Aston Martin, the iconic British manufacturer of sports cars, have set their sights on electrification but have hit a few speed bumps along the way.
18 Mar 2020


I caught up with Corning on the topic of thin flexible glass. The first I heard about this project was during a 2010 demonstration of the rollable glass at SID. It has therefore been a long journey already.
13 Mar 2020

Ink-based conformable package-level EMI shielding

Ink-based conformable package-level EMI shielding: a megatrend or supplier push? In this article we consider the trend towards ink-based conformable package-level EMI shielding. The more general trend towards conformable package-level shielding is a major one, and is already in full swing. Indeed, many products have already adopted such coating, replacing the established bulky lid-based shields.
12 Mar 2020


IDTechEx visited Clariant in Höchst near Frankfurt to learn more about their silver nanoparticle activity. We talked with Carsten Schauer in this visit.
2 Mar 2020


Kateeva manufacturers inkjet printers for OLED display manufacture. Their original aim was to inkjet print the emissive material in RGB pixels, but this has proved very challenging to commercialize. As such, their business focuses on printing thin film encapsulation (TFE) layers.
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.
25 Feb 2020

Schneider Electric (Energy Storage)

Schneider Electric SE is a French multinational corporation. The company began to include software, critical power and smart grid applications, through strategic acquisitions, into its business in 2010.
21 Feb 2020

C3 Nano

C3 Nano is a producer of transparent conductive films (TCFs) and inks based on silver nanowires. Their films have 30 to 50 ohms/sq, and can be employed in flexible touch screens.
21 Feb 2020


IDTechEx analyst Nadia Tsao spoke with Minsuk Park from Samsung Electronics. Becon is a Samsung C-Lab project started in late 2019.
21 Feb 2020


IDTechEx analyst Nadia Tsao spoke with representatives at Welt's booth. Welt has developed a line of smart belt buckles for health monitoring. They spun out of Samsung's C-Labs in 2016. IDTechEx first met Welt at CES 2019.
13 Feb 2020

GT Cardio

13 Feb 2020


Monit is a startup founded in 2017 after initial development in Samsung's C-Lab since 2015. They have developed smart diapers, including a series of sensors such as temperature, humidity and gas sensors for detection of urine and faeces. IDTechEx interviewed them at their booth in CES 2020's Eureka Park.
12 Feb 2020


IDTechEx caught up with Jens Krauss, VP Systems at CSEM at CES 2020. They were showing some of their latest work and products on their booth. We discussed progress around several of their key patents, including optical heart rate, optical blood pressure and dry electrodes for cardiac monitoring.