14 Jul 2021
Calyos specialises in two-phase cooling solutions. IDTechEx interviewed Ben Sutton to discuss their proprietary loop heat pipe technology for various market applications.
13 Jul 2021
Global Power Technologies
GPT manufactures generators ranging from 5 to 550 watts, using heat to produce electrical power for applications requiring up to 5,000 watts. GPT generators function on natural gas, propane, or liquefied petroleum gas to provide highly reliable, cost-effective, energy wherever needed.
8 Jul 2021
Tidal Turbine Rotors pass '20-Year Test'
Sustainable Marine's new turbine rotors have proven they can survive for two decades in the field, following rigorous tests at a leading European marine energy centre.
6 Jul 2021
Mechnano is a company that specializes in nanocarbon enhancers for additive manufacturing. IDTechEx spoke with Steven Lowder (CEO & Founder).
6 Jul 2021
Roboze is a 3D printing company that specialize in high-performance polymers and composites. IDTechEx spoke with Ilaria Guicciardini (Head of Marketing), Davide Schiena (EMEA Head of Application Engineering & Customer Success), and Megan Silva (Community Builder)
1 Jul 2021
Has the Funding for Graphene Dried up?
Practically no graphene manufacturer is making significant revenue, let alone a profit, so continued funding will still be essential - but is there still enough cash being injected?
1 Jun 2021
Electriq Power are a California-based US provider of home energy storage systems.
1 Jun 2021
Neovolta are a California-based US company who design and manufacture residential battery storage systems.
10 May 2021
XING Mobility: Castrol and HKS
IDTechEx has previously interviewed XING Mobility at the end of 2019. Recently they have announced partnerships with Castrol and HKS. IDTechEx carried out another interview to learn more about these partnerships and how the company has faired with COVID-19.
5 May 2021
Huber Martinswerk: Thermal Additives
Huber produces a portfolio of thermal management solutions based on alumina, aluminium hydroxide and magnesium hydroxide to suit a variety of application materials and industries.
The materials covered in this interview focused on Huber's solutions for thermal interface materials (TIMs).
14 Apr 2021
KYOCERA Licenses TactoTek® Injection Molded Structural Electronics
The global electronic manufacturer is first to design, develop, and produce IMSE parts in Japan
6 Apr 2021
New Silicone Adhesive for Wearable Devices on Fragile Skin
As the number of people with chronic diseases and the size of the aging population continue to grow, medical device design engineers need adhesive solutions that are both gentle and secure to help support device compliance by end users.
15 Feb 2021
G6 Materials is a company, focused on the commercialisation of graphene based products, in particular with applications for air purification, functional materials electrically conductive adhesives. Thomas Lynch, Technology analyst at IDTechEx, spoke to the founder, Elena Polyakova about their work with conductive adhesives.
11 Feb 2021
Roartis is a electronic resin and adhesive manufacturer, predominantly specialising in electrically conductive adhesives (ECAs). Technology analyst, Thomas Lynch of IDTechEx spoke to founder and CEO, Jochen Schuermans.
4 Feb 2021
TactoTek In-Mould Structural Electronics Reduce Greenhouse Gas
TactoTek announced today their achievements towards more sustainable electronics manufacturing. An independent lifecycle analysis by Finnish research institute, VTT, revealed that an electronics part manufactured using IMSE technology results in 35% lower greenhouse gas emissions than a comparable conventional electronics design.
27 Jan 2021
Is Sustainability a Key Driver for Emerging Graphene Markets?
Multiple drivers are emerging for graphene as the value-added material of choice. One market driver that is perhaps surprising but will have a major impact over the next decade is sustainability.
16 Dec 2020
New Silicone Adhesive Improves Lives of Patients Using Wearables
Acrylate and silicone have dominated the medical adhesive market for years. But the adhesives currently available require device engineers to choose between strength and wear duration, or comfort and pliability.