21 Jul 2023
Adetex.ID is an early-stage UK company developing e-textiles. This includes RFID Threads®, which have a slim 1D form factor and can be woven into garments. IDTechEx caught up with founder and CEO Dr Anura Rathnayake to find out more.
13 Mar 2023
Pontosense — Radars for In-Cabin Monitoring
In-cabin occupant detection will be growing rapidly over the next few years. Pontosense is one of the first to deploy a radar in-cabin monitoring system in a production vehicle. Vehicle safety bodies are now mandating the adoption of in-cabin occupant detection and classification systems and OEMs will be rushing to adopt systems like Pontosense's.
23 Feb 2023
NXP Semiconductors: AI/ML Applications
NXP Semiconductors are a Netherlands-based designer and manufacturer of semiconductor chipsets. IDTechEx spoke with Ali Ors, Director of Global AI ML Strategy and Technologies for Edge Processing.
21 Feb 2023
HID Global is a leading US supplier of secure identity products. HID Global is a group brand of Assa Abloy, a Swedish door and access control giant. IDTechEx interviewed Richard Aufreiter, VP Product Marketing at IDT, and Marcus Holgersson, Strategy & Business Development Director at IDT at HID Global, in February 2023.
20 Feb 2023
Three Reasons Why Autonomy Will Boost Automotive Semiconductor Markets
IDTechEx's new "Automotive Semiconductors 2023-2033" report provides a deep dive into the existing and emerging semiconductor technologies used in vehicles today and tomorrow. The report focuses on the areas of automation and electrification, explaining what semiconductor technologies are needed and how their growth is going to drive a 10-year CAGR of 9.4% in the automotive semiconductor market.
2 Feb 2023
Plastic Omnium: Automotive Radar Built Into the Bumper
Plastic Omnium is a giant of automotive plastics, making many body panels for many OEMs. It has recognised that automotive radar is a key sensor in progressing the megatrend of automation. As such it has built the radar antennas directly into the bumper, which brings numerous benefits over incumbent radar design.
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.