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14 Jun 2024

MAS Holdings — Softmatter

Softmatter is the wearables technology branch of Sri-Lankan apparel giant MAS Holdings. It focuses on the development of e-textiles and wearable technology. This update includes background information about Softmatter, focusing on the specifications of its flexible battery.
11 Jun 2024


LiBEST is a Korean startup founded in 2017 by a student entrepreneur. It develops and manufactures flexible lithium-ion batteries for use in wearables, especially XR related wearables. This update includes LiBEST's contributions to recent CES events.
7 Jun 2024

Segmenting the Conductive Inks Market by Formulation and Application

The conductive inks market will grow to exceed US$6.5 billion by 2034 but remains a highly segmented industry, underpinning both photovoltaics and the emerging field of printed electronics. Taking stock of the different outlooks for the myriad of conductive ink types and the various application areas is a complex task. IDTechEx has tackled this problem by assessing the market for different conductive ink types across 15 application areas and providing granular ten-year market forecasts.
5 Jun 2024


Actronika SAS is a Parisian developer of haptic products. Its Skinetic haptic vest delivers a range of sensations, from raindrops to gunshots, using 20 voice coil actuators.
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28 May 2024

EEG for Brain Computer Interfacing and Dry Electrode Innovations

This premium article will introduce electroencephalography (EEG) and related innovations in dry electrode technology.
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22 May 2024

Conductive Inks Market 2024-2034: Technologies, Applications, Players

IDTechEx Report: Dr Conor O'Brien and Dr Jack Howley
17 May 2024

Conductive Inks Market 2024-2034

Forecasts from the IDTechEx Research report "Conductive Inks Market 2024-2034: Technologies, Applications, Players"
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16 May 2024

Ensurge Micropower ASA

Ensurge Micropower ASA is a Norwegian startup with facilities in San Jose, California. It produces solid-state lithium microbatteries for use in IoT, wearables and healthcare. IDTechEx interviewed CEO Lars Eikland.
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15 May 2024

Unjammable Sat-Navs and the Quantum Sensor Revolution

The modern world depends heavily on GPS satellites to navigate, but too often, access to them is lost or even jammed. This creates a significant risk to safety in multiple industries — especially aerospace, but also automotive and consumer electronics. Following the world's first successful flight demonstration of quantum navigation technology in May 2024 by BAE, QinetiQ, and Infleqtion, this article outlines the power of quantum sensors.
13 May 2024

New Global Optical & Radio Frequency Metamaterials Market Report

IDTechEx, a trusted provider of independent market intelligence, have released a new market report, "Optical & Radio Frequency Metamaterials 2024-2034: Markets, Players, Technologies". The report forecasts the electromagnetic metamaterials market to approach US$15 Billion by 2034.
13 May 2024

Introduction to Brain Computer Interfaces (BCI)

This premium article will introduce the brain computer interface industry.
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10 May 2024

Printed Electronics in Electrified and Autonomous Mobility

Electrification, autonomy, and vehicle ownership saturation are causing a technological revolution in the automotive sector. These automotive meta-trends are driving drastic changes in electronic component requirements and present a high-volume opportunity for printed electronics to capitalize on.
2 May 2024

Datwyler (Dry Electrodes)

Datwyler is a well-established manufacturer of critical elastomer components, developing solutions for both established and emerging markets. This includes a range of dry electrodes suited to the wearable technology market. IDTechEx interviewed the company to learn more about this product range and its applications in brain-computer interfacing (BCI).
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30 Apr 2024

Smart Mouthguards and Anti-Aging Lights - IDTechEx Explores Wearables

Wearable technology could increase safety in sport and decrease stress with red-light therapy. Wearables is a market covering a wide range of applications, from health and wellness, smart mouthguards, to virtual reality headsets, and offers many benefits to different technology sectors.
29 Apr 2024

Optical & Radio Frequency Metamaterials 2024-2034

Forecasts from the IDTechEx Research report "Optical & Radio Frequency Metamaterials 2024-2034: Markets, Players, Technologies"
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29 Apr 2024

IDUN Technologies

IDUN Technologies has developed an in-ear EEG platform with applications. IDTechEx interviewed CEO Simon Bachmann.
23 Apr 2024


NeuroFusion is an open-source product and research company building tools and models to understand brain activity and human behaviors. IDTechEx interviewed founder Ore Ogundipe.
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22 Apr 2024

Streamlined Glasses & Smart Headsets - Augmented & Virtual Reality

Augmented and virtual reality are being developed in new ways to enhance reality, from streamlined smart glasses to headsets with farfetched fantasy experiences. Extended reality (XR) headsets are proving useful not only for leisure purposes but also for industry use, training, and even rehabilitation. In IDTechEx's podcast, 'Tomorrow's Tech by IDTechEx', Senior Technology Analyst Sam Dale discusses the variety of benefits of VR and AR.
19 Apr 2024

Opportunities for Flexible Batteries in Non-Disposable Wearables

Examining opportunities for flexible batteries in non-disposable wearables, including discussion of the smart textiles, healthcare, smart headwear and eyewear, wrist-worn and high-luxury sectors.
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11 Apr 2024

The Role of Printed Sensors in Mass-Digitization

Integrated sensors digitizing physical interactions are vital in everyday life. From personalized user experiences to warehouse inventory management, data-driven insights are driving demand for smarter sensors — and lots of them.