November 15 - 16, 2017
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Lead Acid Battery Horrors Spur Action at Last
The lead acid battery industry repeats a mantra that almost all of them are recycled and they are by far the lowest cost solution for cars and much else besides. Many forces now question and begin to change this.
Biobased polymers will grow twice as fast as petrochemical polymers
Biobased polymers, a class of polymers that are manufactured from a biomass source rather than from an oleochemical source, will grow twice as fast as petrochemical polymers to 2023.
Dongfeng Motor Green Plan includes 20 electrified models by 2022
Dongfeng Motor Company Limited announced that it will accelerate the "Green 2022 Plan" rollout with a focus on green products, production and materials reuse.
Healthcare for all, but where is the doctor?
Modicare, possibly the world's biggest government-funded health care program, will be launched on 25th September this year, announced by Prime Minister in India in his Independence Day speech today.
A new battle of the currents takes center stage
This coming November 14-15 at the Santa Clara Convention Center, leading players in the battery and energy storage industry will compete to capture the audience's attention over what technology is set to dominate in the coming decade.
3D inks that can be erased selectively
3D printing by direct laser writing enables production of micro-meter-sized structures for many applications, from biomedicine to microelectronics to optical metamaterials. Researchers have now developed 3D inks that can be erased selectively.
Liquid battery could lead to flexible energy storage
A new type of energy storage system could revolutionise energy storage and drop the charging time of electric cars from hours to seconds.
Material can store energy like an eagle's grip
What do a flea and an eagle have in common? They can store energy in their feet without having to continuously contract their muscles to then jump high or hold on to prey. Now scientists have created materials that can store energy this way, be squeezed repeatedly without damage, and even change shape if necessary.
One-stop shop for mini-grid development
Company's innovative project investment platform has captured over 550 mini-grid projects being developed by 50 private sector utilities in 21 countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America.
Solar and wind powered autonomous surface vehicle
C-Enduro is a long endurance autonomous surface vehicle used to safely and cost effectively collect data at sea. Built to operate in all marine environments, C-Enduro uses energy harvesting technology combined with an efficient self-righting hull.
Brett Martin and Lightsource BP form a solar energy partnership
Brett Martin, one of Northern Ireland's most successful independent manufacturing companies announced that they are now procuring renewable electricity from a solar installation funded and developed by Lightsource BP, a global leader in the solar industry.
Home robot with personality
Vector is Anki's first home robot with personality. Fully autonomous, cloud-connected, and always-on, Vector represents a major leap for consumer robotics by bringing accessibly-priced, life-like robots to millions of homes.
Introducing the latest in textiles: Soft hardware
The latest development in textiles and fibers is a kind of soft hardware that you can wear: cloth that has electronic devices built right into it.
Uber uses machine learning for business and personal rides
It's not surprising that business travelers sometimes forget to switch their payment method from personal to business when riding with Uber. These innocent mistakes are common with the rise of 'bleisure' trips that mix business and leisure - and they not only hinder productivity for the employee that needs to figure out how to fix the error, but also add extra steps for the travel manager or account administrator.
Automotive, Healthcare and Industrials Adopt Printed Electronics
It's been some time in the making but now undoubtedly printed electronics is being pursued as a differentiator and enabler by many industry verticals. Organizations from several verticals are coming together to present their progress adopting printed electronics at the world's largest event on the topic - the IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA conference and exhibition, hosted in Santa Clara on November 14-15.
Aerospace Material Advancements
IDTechEx Analyst, Dr Richard Collins gives a brief overview on the aerospace materials industry, covering composites, light weighting, metal alloys, nano-carbons and additive manufacturing.
3D Printing USA 2017
Electric Vehicles: Everything is Changing. USA 2017
Energy Harvesting USA 2017
Energy Storage Innovations USA 2017
Graphene USA 2017
Internet of Things Applications USA 2017
Printed Electronics USA 2017
Sensors USA 2017
Wearable USA 2017
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