11 Mar 2020
Vacuum Technology Used to Freeze Dry Orange Juice
ULVAC, Inc. (Headquartered in Japan) is a global leader with the most comprehensive portfolio of vacuum technologies in the world. ULVAC has been continuously developing manufacturing solutions in applications of thin film battery, power device, non-volatile memory, and PZT piezoelectric MEMS sensor which are all key elements for the IoT world.
27 Jan 2020
InGaN/GaN QDs were previously synthesised around 2010.
22 Oct 2019
Spotlight on ULVAC
ULVAC, Inc. is a global leader with a comprehensive portfolio of vacuum technologies. ULVAC has been continuously developing manufacturing solutions in applications of thin film battery, power device, non-volatile memory, and PZT piezoelectric MEMS sensor which are all key elements for the IoT world. They will be exhibiting at the IDTechEx Show!
22 Aug 2019
ULVAC launches PZT piezoelectric thin-film process technology
ULVAC Launches Revolutionary PZT Piezoelectric Thin-film Process Technology and HVM Solution for MEMS Sensors /Actuators: Enabling Reliable, High-quality Film Production for Next Generation Devices,ULVAC: Advancing technologies to achieve smart societies.
29 May 2019
A Solid Future: New Opportunities enabled by Solid State Batteries
Solid state batteries have been considered as the avenue to the next generation energy storage solutions. According to IDTechEx's research "Solid-State and Polymer Batteries 2019-2029: Technology, Patents, Forecasts, Players" www.idtechex.com/solid.
5 Nov 2018
Quantum dots: overview of 25 companies
In this presentation, we provide an update on various companies active in the quantum dot (QD) business.
26 Jun 2018
QD display updates from SID 2018: quantum dots
In this article we provide a detailed review of the latest progress in quantum dot (QD) technology reported at the SID conference in California, USA.
4 Apr 2017
Solid-state electrolytes and the quest for a safer battery
2016 was the year of Li-ion batteries' silver jubilee, a coming of age that has not been hassle-free, as Samsung's Firegate showed us. This year might mark the first significant switch to new materials in the electrolyte compartment, with both large and small companies trying to bring inorganic and polymer electrolytes to commercial fruition.