ARM designs the technology that is at the heart of advanced digital products, from wireless, networking and consumer entertainment solutions to imaging, automotive, security and storage devices. ARM's comprehensive product offering includes RISC microprocessors, graphics processors, video engines, enabling software, cell libraries, embedded memories, high-speed connectivity products, peripherals and development tools. Combined with comprehensive design services, training, support and maintenance, and the company's broad Partner community, they provide a total system solution that offers a fast, reliable path to market for leading electronics companies.
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30 Mar 2020

Electrify America LLC

Electrify America is a company that owns and manages a network of electric vehicle charging stations. The company aims to deploy one of the most extensive EV charging networks across the US, supporting CCS, CHAdeMO (DC charging) and J1772 standards (Level 2 charging) so almost every EV can be charged.
30 Mar 2020

Mobile Robots: Coronavirus Pushes Logistic Automation up the Agenda

Recent developments bring into focus the motivation, and at times the imperative, to increase automation in the logistics and delivery chain. IDTechEx have been examining the technological and commercial trends in this field for several years.
29 Mar 2020

ABB (EV charging)

This profile discusses ABB's involvement in electric vehicle charging, especially for electric fleets such as buses and trucks.
26 Mar 2020

Energy Experience Group Acquires NovaVolt

Koolen Industries' solar subsidiary Energy Experience Group has acquired solar panel installation company NovaVolt Solar Energy for more than 5 million euros.
25 Mar 2020

Robotics in Maintenance and Repair

Inspecting fuel and ballast tanks. Sand-blasting old paint coatings and applying new ones. Removing corrosion on ships, submarines, aircraft and other vehicles. These are some of the unpleasant jobs in naval shipyards and maintenance facilities that could be made safer by pairing human workers with robots.
19 Mar 2020


Wiliot are developing a battery-free sensor/ID tag that is capable of transmitting Bluetooth signals. It harvests its energy ambient EM radiation via a printed antennae and a bare chip. Due to its combination of capability, simplicity and cloud integration this could be the technology that finally makes the 'Internet of Things' a reality...
18 Mar 2020

Allowing Robots to Feel

With the help of machine learning, researchers have developed a novel yet low-​cost tactile sensor. The sensor measures force distribution at high resolution and with great accuracy, enabling robot arms to grasp sensitive or fragile objects.
13 Mar 2020

An Ultra-Precise Mind-Controlled Prosthetic

In a major advance in mind-controlled prosthetics for amputees, researchers have tapped faint, latent signals from arm nerves and amplified them to enable real-time, intuitive, finger-level control of a robotic hand.
11 Mar 2020

Showing Robots how to do Your Chores

Training interactive robots may one day be an easy job for everyone, even those without programming expertise. Roboticists are developing automated robots that can learn new tasks solely by observing humans.
11 Mar 2020


PragmatIC manufacture flexible integrated circuits (termed FlexICs) which are targeted first at RFID tags and also other applications that require constrained complexity. Their main selling point is their low cost (< $0.01, depending on complexity and volume), making them an attractive alternative to silicon. PragmatIC have also developed a revolutionary approach to fabrication that, when compared to conventional silicon ICs, requires much less capital expenditure and a design-to-production cycle-time of less than one week.
10 Mar 2020

Octopus Inspired Robot can Grip, Move and Manipulate

Two-thirds of an octopus's neurons are in its arms, meaning each arm literally has a mind of its own. Octopus arms can untie knots, open childproof bottles, and wrap around prey of any shape or size. The hundreds of suckers that cover their arms can form strong seals even on rough surfaces underwater.
9 Mar 2020


Metasphere specialise in providing market-leading remote monitoring solutions in a range of sectors including water, wastewater, environment and gas. IDTechEx spoke to Phil Tomlinson, Commerical Director.
9 Mar 2020

Mojo Vision

Mojo Vision presented functional contact lenses at Flex 2020. The aim is for these to contain photo-detectors, a miniature display, a power supply and processing capability to provide augmented reality.
5 Mar 2020

TE Connectivity

TE Connectivity is a large American electronic component supplier, that was formerly known as Tyco electronics. Here, we review their printed electronics research, led by Yiliang Wu.
28 Feb 2020


IDTechEx spoke to Brainlab about Loop-X, a robotic imaging platform for intra-operative cone beam CT scanning. It generates 2D and 3D images of the area of interest. Loop-X is designed to facilitate surgical procedures for scoliosis, trauma and screw implantation because it enables surgeons to perform imaging during surgery without having to transfer the patient to radiology.
28 Feb 2020


Brainlab was exhibiting Brainlab Curve, a needle guidance system for spinal interventions such as screw implantation. Pre-operative computed tomography (CT) scans are conducted to obtain images of the patient's spine. During surgery, the patient wears markers on their back to enable the system to position the CT images in relation to the rest of the patient's body.
28 Feb 2020


Medrobotics was demonstrating its Flex Robotic System, a surgical robot that navigates through complex anatomy with HD 3D visualisation capabilities.
28 Feb 2020


Zeiss' Kinevo 900 was on display at Arab Health 2020. The platform enables surgical microscopy for neurosurgery by providing a detailed view of the surgical site.
28 Feb 2020


At Arab Health 2020, Storz was demonstrating a protype for a new project regarding the robotic manipulation of Storz endoscopes during surgery.
28 Feb 2020


The Kalamazoo, Michigan-based medical technology company Stryker had its Mako Robotic-Arm Assisted Surgery system on show at Arab Health 2020. Its three core functions help achieve functional implant positioning for knee and hip surgery.