20 Sep 2022
DigiLens is a major innovator in holographic diffractive waveguides that has attracted interest from major investors including Samsung.
16 Sep 2022
Umicore are a major Li-ion cathode producer, headquartered in Belgium.
12 Sep 2022
Modified Microwave Oven Cooks up Next-Gen Semiconductors
A household microwave oven modified by an engineering professor is helping to cook up the next generation of cellphones, computers and other electronics after the invention was shown to overcome a major challenge faced by the semiconductor industry.
12 Aug 2022
Avicena develops optical chip-to-chip interconnects that utilise microLED arrays. IDTechEx spoke to Chris Pfistner, VP of Sales & Marketing.
11 Aug 2022
Graphene Synapses Advance Brain-Like Computers
Computers that think more like human brains are inching closer to mainstream adoption. But many unanswered questions remain. Among the most pressing, what types of materials can serve as the best building blocks to unlock the potential of this new style of computing.
28 Jul 2022
e'dyn is a maker of electric outboards and is based in Slovenia. IDTechEx interviewed the company to discuss its latest product innovations.
26 Jul 2022
Bionic Clothing Innovator CIONIC Collaboration with Yves Behar
CIONIC announces a collaboration with designer Yves Behar and
his multidisciplinary design firm, fuseproject. The collaboration between
fuseproject and CIONIC marries thoughtfully inclusive design with revolutionary mobility
technology to deliver the Cionic Neural Sleeve, an FDA-cleared bionic leg wearable that uses AI
to understand and influence human mobility in real-time, enabling greater access and
independence for individuals living with mobility differences such as multiple sclerosis, stroke,
cerebral palsy, and more.
18 Jul 2022
Perfand LED is a Polish LED provider, established in 1992 by Andrezj Trawinski. IDTechEx spoke with Perfand at GreenTech 2022.
29 Jun 2022
LetinAR is a South Korean developer of optical systems for augmented reality glasses. Its PinMR™ optical combiners are fabricated from plastic, offering cost and durability advantages. It recently built its own fabrication line near Seoul.
24 Jun 2022
Volvo Trucks: Electric Trucks
Volvo are leading truck electrification in Europe, offering a full range of medium- and heavy-duty electric trucks.
14 Jun 2022
Engineers Build LEGO-Like Artificial Intelligence Chip
Imagine a more sustainable future, where cellphones, smartwatches, and other wearable devices don't have to be shelved or discarded for a newer model. Instead, they could be upgraded with the latest sensors and processors that would snap onto a device's internal chip — like LEGO bricks incorporated into an existing build. Such reconfigurable chipware could keep devices up to date while reducing our electronic waste.
10 Jun 2022
StoreDot are an Israel-based company developing ultra-fast charging battery technology, in particular lithium-ion batteries for electric vehicles.
23 May 2022
Magna International, currently one of the largest automotive parts suppliers worldwide, offer a wide range of automotive solutions.
20 May 2022
Optomec Announces Delivery of 600th Industrial Printer
Optomec announced another important milestone in its continued growth, with the delivery of its 600th industrial 3D printer. The company has now installed more than 250 of its proprietary LENS Systems for 3D Printed Metal and over 350 of its patented Aerosol Jet Systems, with the majority of its recent machines being used for high ROI production applications.
16 May 2022
Raising the Bar for Wearable Fitness
Smartwatches have soared in popularity in recent years, with their motion and heart rate sensors tracking the activity of millions worldwide. However, not all activity can be monitored using step counts - limiting the appeal of existing wearable technology to many gym-goers and amateur athletes.
12 May 2022
Valencell is one of the market leaders in providing PPG technology for wearable sensors/biometrics. Tess interviewed Dr LeBoeuf (President and Co-founder) about Valencell's development of cuffless blood pressure, hearables, and the shift in the wearable sector from fitness to health.
12 May 2022
Could Graphene by the Answer to the Semiconductor Shortage?
Semiconductors, which date back to the 19th century, are used everywhere in electronic devices, from automobile systems and air conditioners to laser treatment in cutting-edge medical systems. The continuing global shortage in semiconductors impacts how high-tech products are made around the world — the automotive industry alone is expected to lose $210 billion in revenue, with major players like BMW, Volkswagen and Ford already reporting the effects.