3 Nov 2023
Loomia are an e-textiles start-up founded in 2014 and based in New York, USA, developing a printable material that can integrate heating, lighting, and sensing functionality into textiles.
21 Jul 2023
ESS Inc. is the leading developer and manufacturer of all-iron redox flow batteries (RFBs). The company is based in Oregon, US.
29 May 2023
Developed the Smart Integrated Uniform (SIU) featuring electrical functionality for the US Navy. Propel worked with numerous partners, including Nautilus Defense, as part of this project.
23 Jan 2023
Profusa is a US-based company developing bioengineered sensors for applications in healthcare.
28 Nov 2022
Alistagen is the manufacturer of antimicrobial paint Caliwel BNA.
28 Oct 2022
Volcon are an all-electric, off-road powersports vehicle company developing and building electric two and four-wheel motorcycles and utility terrain vehicles (UTVs).
21 Oct 2022
XO-NANO Smartfoam specialises in additives for foams to give them new sensing or thermal properties. IDTechEx previously spoke to XO-NANO in November 2019. IDTechEx spoke to XO-NANO again in October 2022; since the previous interview XO-NANO has continued to develop its products, create some new applications, and expand the company.
31 Aug 2022
License Extension Granted to Bourne Tidal Test Site
The Marine Renewable Energy Collaborative of New England announced that the US Army Corps of Engineers has renewed its license for the Bourne Tidal Test Site, allowing them to conduct an extended test, starting in October, of a new tidal energy technology developed by Littoral Power Systems.
4 Aug 2022
Surgical Robot Readies for Space Station Test
A miniaturized robot is on scheduled to blast off into space to showcase its skills. NASA recently awarded the University of Nebraska-Lincoln $100,000 through the Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research to ready the surgical robot for a 2024 test mission aboard the International Space Station.
2 Aug 2022
Stickers That Can See Inside the Body
New stamp-sized ultrasound adhesives produce clear images of heart, lungs, and other internal organs.
1 Aug 2022
Equivital provides wearable technology and other solutions to monitor vital signs, particularly heat stress for industrial and medical markets including emergency response and clinical trials/remote patient monitoring. Tess Skyrme, Technology Analyst at IDTechEx, interviewed Marketing Manager Sally Maclachlan.