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IDTechEx Investigates Building the House of the Future

IDTechEx Investigates Building the House of the Future

Sensor Technology Research
Nov 16, 2022
Webinar With Q&A - Printed/Flexible Electronics: What to Watch in 2023

Webinar With Q&A - Printed/Flexible Electronics: What to Watch in 2023

Tuesday 29 November 2022 - This webinar includes case studies showing successful commercialization examples from 2022 across multiple market sectors; Discussion of anticipated announcements in 2023; Brief assessment of the status and potential of printed/flexible electronics; and Identification and assessment of technological gaps likely to be an R&D focus in 2023
Sensor Technology Research
Nov 15, 2022
Untapped Potential for Capacitive Sensors?

Untapped Potential for Capacitive Sensors?

Ever wondered how a touch-sensitive screen works? The answer is capacitive sensing, which can detect the presence of your finger through the protective glass sheet and doesn't require any pressure.
Sensor Technology Research
Nov 14, 2022
Growth Opportunities Across Radio-Frequency and Optical Metamaterials

Growth Opportunities Across Radio-Frequency and Optical Metamaterials

IDTechEx's new research report, "Metamaterials Markets 2023-2043: Optical and Radio-Frequency", analyses the technology and markets for both classes of electromagnetic metamaterials. Defined as materials that utilize periodic structures to achieve potentially revolutionary capabilities, metamaterials have drawn much attention due to their applications across telecommunications, consumer electronics, and aerospace.
Sensor Technology Research
Nov 7, 2022
SWIR and Event-Based Vision for Autonomous Vehicles

SWIR and Event-Based Vision for Autonomous Vehicles

Ever-increasing levels of vehicle autonomy are poised to revolutionize both personal and freight transport, reducing time spent sitting in traffic and ushering in new transportation modes such as robotaxis. Of course, autonomy and even ADAS (advanced driver assistance systems) requires vehicles to constantly have a clear picture of their surroundings.
Sensor Technology Research
Nov 3, 2022
How Gas Sensors Reduce Health Impacts of the Energy Crisis

How Gas Sensors Reduce Health Impacts of the Energy Crisis

Could gas sensors facilitate the safe use of wood-burning stoves to combat the energy crisis? With the cost of energy rising dramatically, interest in wood-burning stoves is growing as they become 'more financially appealing than ever'.
Sensor Technology Research
Nov 2, 2022
Trends in Point of Care Diagnostics and Continuous Monitoring

Trends in Point of Care Diagnostics and Continuous Monitoring

IDTechEx Reflects on Trends in 2022. For the past decade, the healthcare industry has looked towards decentralization as a means of relieving the pressure placed on healthcare systems.
Sensor Technology Research
Oct 31, 2022
Automotive Lidars: Speeding up Deployment to Autonomous Vehicles

Automotive Lidars: Speeding up Deployment to Autonomous Vehicles

With the innovation of lidar beam steering technologies, continuous lidar cost reduction, as well as the progress of Advanced Driving Assistance System (ADAS) and Autonomous vehicles (AV), lidars are embracing their potential $8.4 billion-dollar market by 2033.
Sensor Technology Research
Oct 25, 2022
Join the Free-to-Attend Upcoming Webinar on Wearable Sensors

Join the Free-to-Attend Upcoming Webinar on Wearable Sensors

Thursday 3 November 2022 - This webinar will break down the complex landscape of sensor types, biometrics, and form factors; highlight innovations in electrode integration; discuss optical sensing advancements; and overview opportunities and challenges for microneedles as wearable sensors
Sensor Technology Research
Oct 11, 2022
The Market for Wearable Sensors Is Expanding, Says IDTechEx

The Market for Wearable Sensors Is Expanding, Says IDTechEx

The latest wearable sensors report from IDTechEx, "Wearable Sensors 2023-2033", breaks down the complex landscape of sensor types, biometrics, and form factors. IDTechEx highlights the key opportunities and challenges for each sensor type to achieve commercial success across the next ten years.
Sensor Technology Research
Oct 10, 2022
Upcoming Webinar: Fixing Three Innovation Gaps in AR/VR Hardware

Upcoming Webinar: Fixing Three Innovation Gaps in AR/VR Hardware

Wednesday 19 October 2022 - Augmented and virtual reality devices are becoming established commercial products, but they have yet to meet their full promise of revolutionizing how we interact with computing. For this to happen, substantial hardware development needs to take place: but what are the key bottlenecks here?
Sensor Technology Research
Oct 7, 2022
Apple Seems Bullish on AR - Yet Not on the Metaverse. Why?

Apple Seems Bullish on AR - Yet Not on the Metaverse. Why?

On September 30th 2022, Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke to Dutch news outlet Bright about the future of augmented reality (AR) and the metaverse. On AR, Cook was bullish, stating that it "won't be that long" until we look at life without AR as we now look back to a life before the internet or smartphone.
Sensor Technology Research
Oct 6, 2022
Are Cobots Safe to Work Side by Side with Humans?

Are Cobots Safe to Work Side by Side with Humans?

Human-centric manufacturing puts a high requirement for safety in production because machines work closely with human operators.
Sensor Technology Research
Oct 5, 2022
Webinar: Trucks Leading the Way in Heavy-Duty Autonomous Vehicle Race

Webinar: Trucks Leading the Way in Heavy-Duty Autonomous Vehicle Race

Thursday 6 October 2022 - This webinar looks at some of the key achievements and milestones in the trucking industry. This is then compared to other heavy-duty autonomous vehicles and a complete holistic view of the industry is forged.
Sensor Technology Research
Oct 5, 2022
Is Graphene Green?

Is Graphene Green?

Is Graphene Green? This question comes up an increasing amount. Green drivers and ESG investments are an obvious focus across the supply chain, but where does graphene fit into this discussion? IDTechEx explore the answer in this article.
Sensor Technology Research
Oct 4, 2022
Will Tesla's Humanoid Robot "Optimus" Really Be Able to Serve People?

Will Tesla's Humanoid Robot "Optimus" Really Be Able to Serve People?

Due to the labor shortage and decreasing costs of hardware, using robots to serve people has gained significant momentum over the past decade, with Tesla unveiling their humanoid robot "Optimus" at the electric vehicle maker's "AI Day" event last week.
Sensor Technology Research
Oct 3, 2022
Upcoming Webinar: Is the DNA Sequencing Market Set for a Revolution?

Upcoming Webinar: Is the DNA Sequencing Market Set for a Revolution?

Wednesday 12 October 2022 - IDTechEx forecasts the DNA sequencing market to exceed US$12 billion by 2033. This webinar will explore the growing DNA sequencing industry and evaluate the potential future of the market.
Sensor Technology Research
Sep 29, 2022
Extended Reality Headset Sales to Grow to US$20bn 2033, Says IDTechEx

Extended Reality Headset Sales to Grow to US$20bn 2033, Says IDTechEx

Virtual, augmented, and mixed reality (VR/AR/MR) devices promise to revolutionize the way we interact, acting as gateways to the metaverse. Despite these technologies already achieving limited adoption, extensive headset hardware development is required to meet the demands of becoming a ubiquitous computing platform.
Sensor Technology Research
Sep 28, 2022
Three Biggest Hurdles Faced by Roboshuttles

Three Biggest Hurdles Faced by Roboshuttles

Roboshuttles like those from EasyMile and Navya are a new and exciting mobility solution that have grown in interest during the past decade. However, in the past few years, IDTechEx has observed a slump in roboshuttle sales and a reduction in the number of active roboshuttle companies.
Sensor Technology Research
Sep 27, 2022
IDTechEx Report Examines Device Trends in Remote Patient Monitoring

IDTechEx Report Examines Device Trends in Remote Patient Monitoring

Remote patient monitoring (RPM), referring to the use of technology to measure and transmit physiologic data beyond traditional healthcare settings, has emerged as a promising solution to drive down healthcare costs while maintaining a high standard of care for patients.
Sensor Technology Research
Nov 16, 2022
Webinar With Q&A - Printed/Flexible Electronics: What to Watch in 2023

Webinar With Q&A - Printed/Flexible Electronics: What to Watch in 2023

Tuesday 29 November 2022 - This webinar includes case studies showing successful commercialization examples from 2022 across multiple market sectors; Discussion of anticipated announcements in 2023; Brief assessment of the status and potential of printed/flexible electronics; and Identification and assessment of technological gaps likely to be an R&D focus in 2023
Sensor Technology Research
Nov 14, 2022
Growth Opportunities Across Radio-Frequency and Optical Metamaterials

Growth Opportunities Across Radio-Frequency and Optical Metamaterials

IDTechEx's new research report, "Metamaterials Markets 2023-2043: Optical and Radio-Frequency", analyses the technology and markets for both classes of electromagnetic metamaterials. Defined as materials that utilize periodic structures to achieve potentially revolutionary capabilities, metamaterials have drawn much attention due to their applications across telecommunications, consumer electronics, and aerospace.
Sensor Technology Research
Nov 3, 2022
How Gas Sensors Reduce Health Impacts of the Energy Crisis

How Gas Sensors Reduce Health Impacts of the Energy Crisis

Could gas sensors facilitate the safe use of wood-burning stoves to combat the energy crisis? With the cost of energy rising dramatically, interest in wood-burning stoves is growing as they become 'more financially appealing than ever'.
Sensor Technology Research
Oct 31, 2022
Automotive Lidars: Speeding up Deployment to Autonomous Vehicles

Automotive Lidars: Speeding up Deployment to Autonomous Vehicles

With the innovation of lidar beam steering technologies, continuous lidar cost reduction, as well as the progress of Advanced Driving Assistance System (ADAS) and Autonomous vehicles (AV), lidars are embracing their potential $8.4 billion-dollar market by 2033.
Sensor Technology Research
Oct 11, 2022
The Market for Wearable Sensors Is Expanding, Says IDTechEx

The Market for Wearable Sensors Is Expanding, Says IDTechEx

The latest wearable sensors report from IDTechEx, "Wearable Sensors 2023-2033", breaks down the complex landscape of sensor types, biometrics, and form factors. IDTechEx highlights the key opportunities and challenges for each sensor type to achieve commercial success across the next ten years.
Sensor Technology Research
Oct 7, 2022
Apple Seems Bullish on AR - Yet Not on the Metaverse. Why?

Apple Seems Bullish on AR - Yet Not on the Metaverse. Why?

On September 30th 2022, Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke to Dutch news outlet Bright about the future of augmented reality (AR) and the metaverse. On AR, Cook was bullish, stating that it "won't be that long" until we look at life without AR as we now look back to a life before the internet or smartphone.
Sensor Technology Research
Oct 5, 2022
Webinar: Trucks Leading the Way in Heavy-Duty Autonomous Vehicle Race

Webinar: Trucks Leading the Way in Heavy-Duty Autonomous Vehicle Race

Thursday 6 October 2022 - This webinar looks at some of the key achievements and milestones in the trucking industry. This is then compared to other heavy-duty autonomous vehicles and a complete holistic view of the industry is forged.
Sensor Technology Research
Oct 4, 2022
Will Tesla's Humanoid Robot "Optimus" Really Be Able to Serve People?

Will Tesla's Humanoid Robot "Optimus" Really Be Able to Serve People?

Due to the labor shortage and decreasing costs of hardware, using robots to serve people has gained significant momentum over the past decade, with Tesla unveiling their humanoid robot "Optimus" at the electric vehicle maker's "AI Day" event last week.
Sensor Technology Research
Sep 29, 2022
Extended Reality Headset Sales to Grow to US$20bn 2033, Says IDTechEx

Extended Reality Headset Sales to Grow to US$20bn 2033, Says IDTechEx

Virtual, augmented, and mixed reality (VR/AR/MR) devices promise to revolutionize the way we interact, acting as gateways to the metaverse. Despite these technologies already achieving limited adoption, extensive headset hardware development is required to meet the demands of becoming a ubiquitous computing platform.
Sensor Technology Research
Sep 27, 2022
IDTechEx Report Examines Device Trends in Remote Patient Monitoring

IDTechEx Report Examines Device Trends in Remote Patient Monitoring

Remote patient monitoring (RPM), referring to the use of technology to measure and transmit physiologic data beyond traditional healthcare settings, has emerged as a promising solution to drive down healthcare costs while maintaining a high standard of care for patients.
Sensor Technology Research
Nov 15, 2022
Untapped Potential for Capacitive Sensors?

Untapped Potential for Capacitive Sensors?

Ever wondered how a touch-sensitive screen works? The answer is capacitive sensing, which can detect the presence of your finger through the protective glass sheet and doesn't require any pressure.
Sensor Technology Research
Nov 7, 2022
SWIR and Event-Based Vision for Autonomous Vehicles

SWIR and Event-Based Vision for Autonomous Vehicles

Ever-increasing levels of vehicle autonomy are poised to revolutionize both personal and freight transport, reducing time spent sitting in traffic and ushering in new transportation modes such as robotaxis. Of course, autonomy and even ADAS (advanced driver assistance systems) requires vehicles to constantly have a clear picture of their surroundings.
Sensor Technology Research
Nov 2, 2022
Trends in Point of Care Diagnostics and Continuous Monitoring

Trends in Point of Care Diagnostics and Continuous Monitoring

IDTechEx Reflects on Trends in 2022. For the past decade, the healthcare industry has looked towards decentralization as a means of relieving the pressure placed on healthcare systems.
Sensor Technology Research
Oct 25, 2022
Join the Free-to-Attend Upcoming Webinar on Wearable Sensors

Join the Free-to-Attend Upcoming Webinar on Wearable Sensors

Thursday 3 November 2022 - This webinar will break down the complex landscape of sensor types, biometrics, and form factors; highlight innovations in electrode integration; discuss optical sensing advancements; and overview opportunities and challenges for microneedles as wearable sensors
Sensor Technology Research
Oct 10, 2022
Upcoming Webinar: Fixing Three Innovation Gaps in AR/VR Hardware

Upcoming Webinar: Fixing Three Innovation Gaps in AR/VR Hardware

Wednesday 19 October 2022 - Augmented and virtual reality devices are becoming established commercial products, but they have yet to meet their full promise of revolutionizing how we interact with computing. For this to happen, substantial hardware development needs to take place: but what are the key bottlenecks here?
Sensor Technology Research
Oct 6, 2022
Are Cobots Safe to Work Side by Side with Humans?

Are Cobots Safe to Work Side by Side with Humans?

Human-centric manufacturing puts a high requirement for safety in production because machines work closely with human operators.
Sensor Technology Research
Oct 5, 2022
Is Graphene Green?

Is Graphene Green?

Is Graphene Green? This question comes up an increasing amount. Green drivers and ESG investments are an obvious focus across the supply chain, but where does graphene fit into this discussion? IDTechEx explore the answer in this article.
Sensor Technology Research
Oct 3, 2022
Upcoming Webinar: Is the DNA Sequencing Market Set for a Revolution?

Upcoming Webinar: Is the DNA Sequencing Market Set for a Revolution?

Wednesday 12 October 2022 - IDTechEx forecasts the DNA sequencing market to exceed US$12 billion by 2033. This webinar will explore the growing DNA sequencing industry and evaluate the potential future of the market.
Sensor Technology Research
Sep 28, 2022
Three Biggest Hurdles Faced by Roboshuttles

Three Biggest Hurdles Faced by Roboshuttles

Roboshuttles like those from EasyMile and Navya are a new and exciting mobility solution that have grown in interest during the past decade. However, in the past few years, IDTechEx has observed a slump in roboshuttle sales and a reduction in the number of active roboshuttle companies.
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