25 Jul 2023
Founded in January 2018, from an augmented reality wearables parent company, DAQRI, Envisics has grown in the heads-up display (HUD) space, being valued more recently at US$500M with investments from large OEMs such as Hyundai Mobis, Stellantis, GM Ventures or Inmotion Ventures from Jaguar Land Rover. With research that spun out of the University of Cambridge, Envisics has evolved significantly, bringing this solution to the automotive industry.
Led by Dr Jamieson Christmas, Envisics is bringing holographic displays to augmented reality HUDs (AR-HUDS) and providing full depth planes to images projected ahead of the driver.
1 Jun 2023
Sensmet Oy is a Finnish company, which provides an on-line analysis technology for detecting metal impurities in liquid streams. IDTechEx spoke with Toni Laurila, CEO of the company, at The Battery Show Europe 2023.
23 May 2023
Cambridge Touch Technologies
Cambridge Touch Technologies (CTT) were spun out of the University of Cambridge and produce electroactive polymer enabled touch screen technology.
17 May 2023
Versed AI was presented at Cambridge Tech Week 2023, and Tess Skyrme, Technology Analyst at IDTechEx, attended a presentation by the founder Fenella Boyle.
29 Mar 2023
Xampla are a UK-based company developing plant-based materials to replace single-use flexible plastics and intentionally-added microplastics. IDTechEx spoke with Xampla CTO Dr Marc Rodriguez on their materials and applications.