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IDTechEx business and technology experts provide international perspective in a diverse range of emerging technologies including 3D printing, electric vehicles, energy harvesting, energy storage, life sciences, printed electronics, IoT and many other topics.
IDTechEx is headquartered in Cambridge, UK with additional offices in USA, Germany and Japan and associates in South Korea.
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8 Dec 2022


IQE is a UK-headquartered supplier of compound semiconductor technologies, primarily epitaxial wafers. It has manufacturing infrastructure in the UK, USA, and Taiwan. IDTechEx spoke to IQE's CTO, Rodney Pelzel.
7 Dec 2022


QuantuMDx produces point-of-care PCR tests cartridges and reader devices.
7 Dec 2022

Robotics and Automation in 2022 - Can They be a Hedge to Recession?

The market for service, collaborative, and mobile robots is expected to exceed US$90 billion by 2032. Robotics and automation have significantly revolutionized how people work and live across a number of industries
7 Dec 2022

Catalysts For Change: The Key Trends for PEM Fuel Cell Catalysts

Catalysts are critical for the performance of proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cells. As the trend towards zero-emission vehicles continues, fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) are projected to grow accordingly as a market sector.
7 Dec 2022


TriEye is an Israeli company specialising in short-wave infrared (SWIR) image sensor technology. It has developed a unique approach to manufacturing low-cost image sensors on silicon that are capable of detecting wavelengths in the SWIR region of the electromagnetic spectrum as well as the standard visible region.
6 Dec 2022

Air Liquide

Air Liquide S.A. is a French multinational company supplying gases, technologies, and services to various industries including chemicals, healthcare, metallurgy, electronics, and energy. This profile focuses on Air Liquide activities related to carbon dioxide capture.
6 Dec 2022

Decarbonizing the Electronics Industry with Sustainable Manufacturing

A new wave of electronics manufacturing is on the horizon, driven forward by volatile energy prices and increasing demand for sustainability. With the electronics industry accounting for 4% of global greenhouse gas emissions, it requires substantial innovation to reduce its environmental footprint.
6 Dec 2022

Global Cumulative Stationary BESS Capacity to Exceed 2 TWh by 2033

Battery demand for stationary energy storage is set to grow in line with an increasing number of renewable energy resources being added to electricity grids globally, alongside pressure from governments and states to reach targets pertaining to renewable energy generation and energy storage.
5 Dec 2022

Lidars for Automotive and Beyond

Lidar, which refers to light detection and ranging, is a technology that has been adopted in various applications such as mapping, surveying, military, archaeology, agriculture, geology, industry, etc.
5 Dec 2022

How EV Battery Design Impacts the Choice of Fire Protection Materials

Every manufacturer has its own way of putting together an electric vehicle (EV) battery pack, and every manufacturer must consider the fire safety of its batteries
5 Dec 2022

Webinar: Emerging Opportunities for Electromagnetic Metamaterials

Thursday 8 December 2022 - Introduction to electromagnetic metamaterials and key opportunities for the market; technology for electromagnetic metamaterials across various applications; review of the current state of the market for electromagnetic metamaterials; and much more!
2 Dec 2022

B2U Storage Solutions

B2U Storage Solutions (B2U) builds and deploys its own large-scale energy storage systems (ESS) using second life EV batteries and is based in Santa Monica, California (CA), US.
2 Dec 2022


CAPTICO₂ is a Norwegian technology provider of carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) solutions that leverages carbon dioxide cryogenic distillation and mineralization. In October 2022, IDTechEx Technology Analyst Dr Hydra Rodrigues spoke with the CAPTICO₂ team during the Carbon Capture Technology Expo Europe 2022 in Bremen, Germany.
1 Dec 2022

Webinar: Growth & Challenges for Batteries, Energy Storage & Hydrogen

Wednesday 7 December 2022 - This webinar will introduce some of IDTechEx's research into the following areas: The Li-ion market; Advanced battery technologies; Solid-state batteries; Stationary energy storage; and Green and blue hydrogen
1 Dec 2022


Plant-e is a Dutch company founded in 2013. It has developed a plant microbial fuel cell technology that generates electricity from plants. The electricity can be used to power devices such as lights, sensors, and internet of things devices.
1 Dec 2022

River Lane

River lane is developing hardware and software solutions towards error correction for quantum computing.
30 Nov 2022


AlphaPowders are a Polish start-up developing spheroidization machines for thermoplastic powders for 3D printing. IDTechEx spoke with CEO Dominik Zdybat and CTO Aleksander Guzik.
30 Nov 2022

Webinar: Electronic Skin Patches 2022 Roundup and 2023 Outlook

Thursday 1 December 2022 - The value of wearable electronic skin patches in healthcare; Electronic skin patches 2022 roundup; Emerging applications of electronic skin patches; and Electronic skin patches outlook for 2023 and beyond
30 Nov 2022

Freudenberg E-Power Systems

Freudenberg is an incumbent global technology company with a 170 year history and €10 billion turnover. The new E-Power Systems division has been set up to supply fuel cell and battery systems for heavy-duty transport applications.
30 Nov 2022

Wireless Opportunity Charging for Buses Key for Uptime and Revenue

Charging electric buses has so far been done overnight in depots. However, if the daily operating range of the bus exceeds the real-world range that the driver is able to achieve, then local transit authorities are often left with two options.