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21 Nov

IDTechEx Sensors USA 2019 Award Winner

Sensors and their enabling technologies are being developed rapidly. From materials, to components, from manufacturing method to integration techniques, from R&D to commercialization, the various disruptive technologies and their applicants indicate the continued improvement in the innovation from different aspects. Each year at IDTechEx Show!, a company is honoured the Best Innovative Sensor Technology award for its development and achievement in the sensor innovation and commercialization area.
20 Nov

Voyant Photonics

Voyant Photonics was founded by researchers from a nanophotonics group at Columbia University (USA).
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20 Nov

Verum

Verum are developing a hyperspectral sensor that can integrate with any lidar system.
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20 Nov

Turboroto

Turboroto are developing a lidar module, and the company are at the third generation prototype development phase.
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20 Nov

Toyota Motor Corporation

Toyota Motor Corporation are developing lidar technology.
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20 Nov

Z-senz LLC

Z-senz LLC are developing a lidar module. Laser scanning in 2D is achieved via the periodic motion of a resonant optomechanical element, which is based on a modified optical fiber attached to a piezoelectric tube actuator.
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20 Nov

ZhiSensor

ZhiSensor offer lidar modules and MEMS mirrors.
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20 Nov

Waymo LLC

Waymo LLC offer lidar modules.
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18 Nov

Application of Emerging Healthcare Technologies at the IDTechEx Show!

Held over 20 - 21 November 2019 at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, USA, the latest edition of the IDTechEx Show! will once again feature the application of emerging technologies to the healthcare industry.
18 Nov

Lidar: Making Sense of the Complicated Technology Landscape

Lidar technologies and markets are rapidly evolving, and IDTechEx are tracking more than one hundred 3D lidar companies worldwide. This two-part article presents insights from the new IDTechEx report titled Lidar 2020-2030.
15 Nov

Strobe

Strobe are developing lidar modules. The company were acquired by Cruise Automation (USA) in 2017.
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15 Nov

Radars: Key Technology Trends Towards 4D Imaging Radars

These are exciting times for radar technology. Many changes are taking place. In this article, we outline some key trends from the recent IDTechEx report "Radars 2020-2030: Technologies, Future Trends, Forecasts".
15 Nov

Princeton Lightwave

Princeton Lightwave offer lidar modules and SPAD array modules.
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15 Nov

SlamTec

SlamTec offer lidar modules. SlamTec were previously established as RoboPeak, a robotics R&D company founded in 2009.
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15 Nov

Siminics

Siminics offer lidar modules.
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15 Nov

Tanway

Tanway offer lidar modules. The company were established as a spin-out from Tsinghua University (Beijing, China).
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15 Nov

Rockley Photonics

Rockley Photonics are developing silicon photonic chips and lidar modules. Rockley's founder previously founded Bookham, which later established itself as Oclaro and were acquired by Lumentum (USA).
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15 Nov

Robert Bosch GmbH

Robert Bosch GmbH are developing lidar modules, while Robert Bosch Venture Capital have invested in three lidar start-ups.
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15 Nov

Cardiovascular Disease 2020-2030: Trends, Technologies & Outlook

IDTechEx Report: Dr Ivan De Backer
14 Nov

Panasonic Corporation

Panasonic Corporation are developing TOF image sensors and lidar modules.
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