6 Aug 2020
Hyundai Kia Automotive Group
The Hyundai Kia Automotive Group refers to the group of affiliated companies interconnected by complex shareholding arrangements, with Hyundai Motor Company regarded as the de facto representative of the group.
31 Mar 2020
IDTechEx spoke to Blue, CEO of RelaJet. They have developed a custom DSP and radio chip targeted towards hearing aids and true wireless headphones.
31 Mar 2020
IDTechEx interviewed Tim Trine, Chief Technical Officer at Eargo at their booth at the Showstoppers event at CES 2020. Their approach is to deliver their hearing aid product, a Class 1 FDA approved medical device, as a direct-to-consumer product.
17 Jan 2019
IDTechEx interviewed Mano Samuel, Senior Embedded Engineer from Olive Union at their booth at CES 2019's Eureka Park. Olive Union are a Korean company that have developed an OTC hearing assist solution.
17 Jan 2019
IDTechEx spoke to Danielle Bateman, Senior Customer Care Representative at Nuheara. They have developed headphone products targeted at those with mild or the beginnings of hearing loss.
30 Oct 2018
Genes'Ink Smart'ink Inkjet family of nanoparticle silver inks
Genes'Ink is proud to present its Smart'ink Inkjet family of nanoparticle silver inks with unrivaled conductivity for inkjet deposition.
7 Aug 2018
Daimler increases transparency in the raw material supply chain
The common goals are clear: certifiable standards, safe origins and transparency in the procurement of high-risk raw materials and a tangible improvement in the working and living conditions of people locally. By joining, Daimler AG is expanding its broad commitment to initiatives and is actively promoting greater transparency in global raw material supply chains.
16 Jan 2018
Contemporary Amperex Tech Ltd (CATL)
CATL is a Sino-Japanese company manufacturing Li-ion batteries for consumer electronics and electric vehicles. The company has the ambitious objective of reaching a production of 100 GWh/year by 2020.
27 Jul 2015
Electric buses: billion dollar orders and crucibles of change
China alone may have 11 million electric buses by 2025 or not long after. The way they are getting costs down - something tracked by IDTechEx - that may be at a much lower price than today but still constitute about $1 trillion or more. Compare that over a decade or more with the IDTechEx projections of all global EV sales, land, water and air, in 2025 of around $500 billion. Buses matter.