12 Oct 2020
Primo1D have developed a robust 1-dimensional RFID tag called E-Thread that can be incorporated within a thread, enabling it to be embedded within textiles or other products (such as rubber goods and cables) much more easily than a typical 2D tag.
15 Jul 2020
3D Printed Latex Rubber Breakthrough
Researchers have discovered a novel process to 3D print latex rubber, unlocking the ability to print a variety of elastic materials with complex geometric shapes.
16 Jun 2020
AMA Xpert Eye attended the AWE Digital Event 2020.
12 Mar 2020
Construction Industry's First Fully Electric Backhoe Loader
The fully electric backhoe loader will significantly lower daily operating costs, produce zero emissions, reduce maintenance demands and satisfy local/project-based incentives for working with electric equipment/vehicles.
13 Dec 2019
Growing Underground is a British vertical farming company operating out of a World War 2 air raid shelter 33 metres below the streets of London. In December 2019, IDTechEx Analyst Dr Michael Dent visited the Growing Underground farm to learn about their process and taste their crops.
14 Jun 2019
Michelin and GE 3D print airless tires
Michelin and General Motors present a new generation of airless wheel technology for passenger vehicles.
17 May 2018
Update from IDTechEx Show! Berlin 2018.
15 Mar 2017
World's first driverless electric race car
Roborace provides an open A.I. platform with fixed hardware for companies to develop their own driverless software and push the limits in an extreme and safe environment. The series is designed to be a competition of intelligence so all teams will use the same Robocar. By ensuring the hardware is consistent all efforts will be focussed on advancing the software.
14 Sep 2016
Will Western bus companies be wiped out?
Global warming is leading to increasingly onerous laws worldwide restricting carbon dioxide emissions. Even some of today's hybrids will fail to conform so it is back to the drawing board for most of the world's vehicle manufacturers.
11 Jul 2016
Has the 3D printing industry stabilised?
The stocks of the eight public 3D printing companies have crashed over the past years - will valuations stabilise in 2016?