21 Sep 2021
Redwood Materials is a Li-ion battery recycler based in Carson City, Nevada. The company recently closed a $700 million Series C raise to expand its current operations and announced plans to produce battery materials from its recycled content.
2 Sep 2021
IDTechEx Dissects the Market for Solid-state Batteries in New Report
This article explores the history of solid-state batteries and looks ahead at regional development, sharing some of the research from the new IDTechEx report, "Solid-State and Polymer Batteries 2021-2031: Technology, Forecasts, Players".
12 May 2021
EnPower Inc are a US start-up seeking to commercialise their structured Li-ion electrodes. IDTechEx spoke with Strategic Marketing Manager Louise Hardman.
26 Apr 2021
18.6% Efficiency Near Infrared Transparent Perovskite Solar Cell
Researchers have realized a 18.6% efficient highly near infrared transparent perovskite solar cell. When combined in a four terminal tandem configuration with an efficient Panasonic crystalline silicon (c-Si) cell or with a Miasolé flexible CIGS cell, delivers new record power conversion efficiencies of 28.7% and 27.0%, respectively.
19 Apr 2021
Micro-LED Displays, A Threat to OLED Displays or Not?
Micro-LED, believed by many as the next-generation display technology, has been pursued by players of LED, display, OEM, materials and so on. It is also widely believed by many that Micro-LED displays are the replacement of OLED displays, especially in TV applications.
26 Jan 2021
Printed/Flexible Electronics at CES 2021
Multiple IDTechEx analysts recently attended the Consumer Electronics Show 2021 (CES 2021), this year held virtually due to COVID-19.
CES includes a tremendously large range of companies and technologies, so IDTechEx's coverage of the event is divided by topic. This premium article focuses on companies developing or incorporating technologies based on printed/flexible electronics, such as foldable/rollable OLED displays.
12 Jan 2021
Panasonic Automotive Brings Drivers AI Enhanced Situational Awareness
Panasonic Automotive is pleased to introduce its new Augmented Reality HUD. Panasonic utilizes its latest advances in optics, volume optimization and imaging technology, combined with AI technology from its SPYDR cockpit domain controller to render near-field and far-field content for vehicle information (like speed), object and pedestrian detection, and mapping / route guidance, for a seamless, more engaged and informed driver experience.
12 Nov 2020
Panasonic (Image Sensor)
Panasonic have developed a hybrid image sensor that uses an organic semiconducting layer atop a silicon readout circuit. This was set for launch at the (now postponed) Tokyo Olympics in 2020 in broadcast cameras.