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28 Sep 2021

Emerging Electric Motor Technologies for the EV Market

Electric motors truly are the driving force behind electric vehicles (EVs). In addition to the batteries and power electronics, the electric motor is a critical component within the drivetrain. IDTechEx expects over 100 million electric motors to be required per year by 2032 to meet the demand for the growing EV market.
27 Sep 2021

Webinar: Commercially Compelling Printed/Flexible Sensor Innovations

Thursday 30 September 2021 - Emerging applications for capacitive sensors, such as leak detection; Spatially resolved temperature sensors, for monitoring EV batteries and electronics, that can be combined with other functionalities; and more! Will conclude with Q&A for pre-submitted questions
27 Sep 2021

Materials Informatics: Industry Activity Steps Up to Accelerate R&D

The ability to develop new materials and bring them to market ever faster is an obvious goal. There continues to be countless developments that improve chemistry and materials science R&D, but perhaps none represent the same paradigm shift that materials informatics offers. Major industry players are waking up to this as the technology matures.
23 Sep 2021

Lyten Introduces Next Generation Lithium-Sulfur Battery for EVs

Company's proprietary platform of advanced materials will enable a safer EV battery with higher gravimetric energy density than conventional lithium-ion and solid state technologies
23 Sep 2021

EV Power Electronics: Driving Semiconductor Demand in a Chip Shortage

Semiconductors are the lifeblood of the modern age. From your watch to a washing machine, everything these days seems to be 'smart', 'connected' and therefore enabled by semiconductors. Unsurprisingly then, a massive shortage of chips present 'across all categories', according to some industry executives, is having a profound impact.
23 Sep 2021

Electric Motors for Electric Vehicles 2022-2032

Forecasts taken from IDTechEx report "Electric Motors for Electric Vehicles 2022-2032"
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23 Sep 2021

EV Battery Packs Is the Major Application the Aerogel Industry Needed

Electric vehicle battery packs have increasing requirements concerning their thermal runaway mitigation strategy. Meanwhile, the aerogel industry is overly dependent on oil & gas and in need of diversification. Could this be the perfect match between a problem looking for a solution and a solution looking for a problem?
23 Sep 2021

Electric Motors for Electric Vehicles 2022-2032

IDTechEx Report: Dr James Edmondson, Dr David Wyatt and Luke Gear
22 Sep 2021

Thermal Management with Metamaterials

Thermal metamaterials have exceptional properties in heat transfer beyond naturally occurring materials owing to the precision with which it is possible to optimally design such artificial structures for specific applications.
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22 Sep 2021

TOF Sensor for Patient Monitoring: Track Human Skeletal Movement

Omron engineers have worked hard to create long lasting and reliable sensing products for manufacturers and product designers. With continued growth of smart sensor demand within the touchless market and for the medical industry, Omron has continued improvements on their latest sensing product, the B5L Time of Flight sensor.
22 Sep 2021

Long Range Electric Cars Cost Less

No one complained about gasoline cars going much further than you would ever drive. As people got used to them, it was realized that long-range means less hassle. With electric cars, the argument is even stronger. Long-range saves you money.
21 Sep 2021

Integrated Electronics Trends to Drive IME Market to $1.5bn by 2032

In-mold electronics enables electronic functionality to be embedded within molded and thermoformed plastic components. With the integration of capacitive touch, lighting, and even haptics alongside size and weight reductions of up to 70%, IME is an efficient approach to making curved touch-sensitive interfaces. Given these benefits, IDTechEx forecasts IME to be a $1.5 billion market by 2032, with applications mainly within the automotive and consumer goods sectors.
20 Sep 2021

3D Printed Objects That Sense How a User is Interacting With Them

Researchers have developed a new method to 3D print mechanisms that detect how force is being applied to an object. The structures are made from a single piece of material, so they can be rapidly prototyped. A designer could use this method to 3D print "interactive input devices," like a joystick, switch, or handheld controller, in one go.
20 Sep 2021

In-Mold Electronics 2022-2032: Technology, Market Forecasts, Players

IDTechEx Report: Dr Matthew Dyson and Dr Richard Collins
16 Sep 2021

In-Mold Electronics 2022-2032

Market forecasts from the IDTechEx report "In-Mold Electronics 2022-2032"
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16 Sep 2021

Materials Informatics 2022-2032

IDTechEx Report: Dr Richard Collins
15 Sep 2021

Chiyoda Corporation

Chiyoda Corporation is a Japanese integrated engineering contractor commercializing a patented solid catalyst for using carbon dioxide as a feedstock in steam natural gas reforming. In August 2021, IDTechEx Technology Analyst Dr Hydra Rodrigues spoke to Chiyoda's Business Development Manager, Boqiang Zhao.
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15 Sep 2021

5G From 2022 Onward: Deployment Status, Industry Challenges, & Market

5G is paving the way for a fully digitalized and connected world. The past two years have seen many new field trials and an accelerating number of commercial rollouts. Moreover, 5G is starting to be adopted in a wide range of industries, from manufacturing to healthcare.
14 Sep 2021

Market for Fully Printed Sensors Will Reach 4.9 Billion by 2032

Printed and flexible sensors constitute the largest printed electronics market outside of displays. Indeed, we forecast that the market for fully printed sensors will reach 4.9 billion by 2032.
13 Sep 2021

Carbon Capture & Utilization Can Enable Low-Carbon Concrete Production

Concrete is the second most consumed substance on the planet, trailing only potable water. Cement production - an essential ingredient for concrete - alone contributes to 7% of global anthropogenic carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. As the world will see the building stock double in size by 2050, pressure for the cement industry to decarbonize has risen swiftly.