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TIMs for ADAS: Sensor and ECU Use Cases

TIMs for ADAS: Sensor and ECU Use Cases

This premium article looks into thermal interface materials (TIM) for ADAS cameras, radars, LiDARs, computers, and electronic control units (ECU), with an analysis of key market players.
Advanced Materials World
Jun 29, 2022
Automotive Autonomy: A New Opportunity for Thermal Materials

Automotive Autonomy: A New Opportunity for Thermal Materials

IDTechEx's new report, "Thermal Management for ADAS: 2023-2033" finds that the yearly market value for thermal interface materials (TIMs) in ADAS will increase 11-fold over the next 10 years.
Advanced Materials World
Jun 28, 2022
Carbon Nanotubes: Is Bigger Better?

Carbon Nanotubes: Is Bigger Better?

Nanomaterials remain a significant growth area with the potential to enable a wide range of next-generation technologies. This article will focus on CNT yarns and sheets before expanding on to high-aspect-ratio and hybrid materials; these are all at an earlier commercial stage than the main MWCNT market.
Advanced Materials World
Jun 22, 2022
IDTechEx Release New Report on Thermal Management for ADAS

IDTechEx Release New Report on Thermal Management for ADAS

Thermal Management for Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems (ADAS) 2023-2033 - Thermal management challenges, solutions, and trends for cameras, radars, LiDARs, and automotive computers. Thermal interface materials, die attach, radome materials and electromagnetic interference, analysis, players, and market forecasts
Advanced Materials World
Jun 20, 2022
3D Printing Materials: A $29.5 Billion Opportunity Ripe for Innovation

3D Printing Materials: A $29.5 Billion Opportunity Ripe for Innovation

The growth potential for AM materials differs from printing equipment, as operational legacy printers continue to consume materials. Therefore, this segment of the 3D printing value chain represents a tremendous opportunity.
Advanced Materials World
Jun 20, 2022
30-Year Perovskite Solar Cells, New Approach to Testing

30-Year Perovskite Solar Cells, New Approach to Testing

Researchers have developed the first perovskite solar cell with a commercially viable lifetime, marking a major milestone for an emerging class of renewable energy technology. The team projects their device can perform above industry standards for around 30 years, far more than the 20 years used as a threshold for viability for solar cells.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Cell-to-Pack and Cell-to-Body: Designs and Announcements

Cell-to-Pack and Cell-to-Body: Designs and Announcements

This premium article introduces cell-to-pack and cell-to-body, looking into their advantages and disadvantages. It will also explore key OEM and battery supplier examples in the market, as well as recent announcements.
Advanced Materials World
Jun 17, 2022
Single-Step, All-In-One 3D Printing Method to Make Robotic Materials

Single-Step, All-In-One 3D Printing Method to Make Robotic Materials

A team of engineers and their colleagues have developed a new design strategy and 3D printing technique to build robots in one single step. The breakthrough enabled the entire mechanical and electronic systems needed to operate a robot to be manufactured all at once by a new type of 3D printing process for engineered active materials with multiple functions (also known as metamaterials). Once 3D printed, a "meta-bot" will be capable of propulsion, movement, sensing and decision-making.
Advanced Materials World
Jun 2, 2022
Metal 3D Printing Technology Landscape - The Trends and the Whitespace

Metal 3D Printing Technology Landscape - The Trends and the Whitespace

Perfectly imperfect - that is the technology landscape in metal 3D printing boiled down. Through an extensive benchmarking study, IDTechEx has asked the question: where are metal additive manufacturing technologies going, and where are the whitespaces for advancement in the metal AM landscape?
Advanced Materials World
May 31, 2022
Still Waiting on a Commercial Need for Take-off: SWCNTs

Still Waiting on a Commercial Need for Take-off: SWCNTs

Commercializing a new material is not easy. Single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs) are the higher-performance variants of the carbon nanotube family, but unlike their multi-walled counterpart, they are still hunting for their killer application.
Advanced Materials World
May 27, 2022
Join the Upcoming Webinar on Carbon Dioxide Utilization

Join the Upcoming Webinar on Carbon Dioxide Utilization

Thursday 9 June 2022 - What is CO2 utilization and how is CO2 converted into useful products? What is the current state of the CO2U market? What are the key drivers and hurdles for CO2U market growth? What is the CO2U market outlook for the next 20 years?
Advanced Materials World
May 26, 2022
Secret to Treating Achilles Heel of Alternatives to Silicon Solar

Secret to Treating Achilles Heel of Alternatives to Silicon Solar

A team of researchers from the UK and Japan has found that the tiny defects which limit the efficiency of perovskites - cheaper alternative materials for solar cells - are also responsible for structural changes in the material that lead to degradation.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Event Summary: Renewable Materials Conference 2022

Event Summary: Renewable Materials Conference 2022

The Renewable Materials Conference 2022 combines the three renewable alternatives to fossil-based materials: recycling, bio- and CO2-based. The three-day event was hosted by the nova-Institute in Cologne, Germany, and was attended by over 400 visitors. Suppliers of raw materials, refiners, and chemical/materials manufacturers and experts in the industry presented the progress and latest insights into recycling, bio-based materials, and carbon dioxide utilization. Challenges to the industry and opportunities were discussed in depth throughout presentations and panel discussions, and several key themes emerged from the conference. Many attendees represented brand owners, looking to replace their current materials in products and packaging with renewable alternatives. In this article, IDTechEx explores themes that emerged from this conference, and discusses the technologies presented.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Commercializing Quantum 2022: Hardware

Commercializing Quantum 2022: Hardware

This premium article explores the Commercialising Quantum event, an Economist Impact event held on 17th May 2022 in London. This particular article will focus on hardware, with others outlining software companies and end users.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Commercializing Quantum 2022: End Users

Commercializing Quantum 2022: End Users

This premium article delves into the Commercializing Quantum conference, an Economist Impact event held on 17th May 2022 in London. It will look into contributions regarding quantum computing from end users across three sectors: pharmaceutical, automotive, and financial.
Advanced Materials World
May 24, 2022
Soft Printing Technique Opens the Way for Pixelated Elastics

Soft Printing Technique Opens the Way for Pixelated Elastics

Borrowing a technique from inkjet printers, researchers have rolled out a pixel-by-pixel method to program and manufacture soft structures for use in robotics, biomedical devices or architectural features.
Advanced Materials World
May 23, 2022
'Next Generation Wonder Material' Created for First Time

'Next Generation Wonder Material' Created for First Time

For over a decade, scientists have attempted to synthesize a new form of carbon called graphyne with limited success. That endeavor is now at an end, though, thanks to new research.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Transparent Antennas: Emerging Application for Transparent Conductors

Transparent Antennas: Emerging Application for Transparent Conductors

This premium article explores the opportunities for transparent antennas, delving into the addressable industry verticals, the value chain, and technical challenges associated with such opportunities.
Advanced Materials World
May 18, 2022
Highly Efficient Large-Area Perovskite For Next Generation Displays

Highly Efficient Large-Area Perovskite For Next Generation Displays

Metal halide perovskites have very narrow spectral emission, excellent color purity, low material cost, and wide and easy color-tunability. Based on these advantages, perovskites are considered as a promising high color purity light emitter which can replace the conventional organic and inorganic quantum dot light emitters in displays and solid-state lighting technologies.
External Company Press Release
Intertronics Introduces Industry First Adhesives for Wearables

Intertronics Introduces Industry First Adhesives for Wearables

To help manufacturers of wearable devices adapt to industry trends and customer requirements, Intertronics has introduced the Dymax 2000-MW series of medical wearables adhesives and encapsulants. The series is the first dedicated, light-curable adhesive product line to be specifically formulated without common skin irritants and materials of concern for medical wearable and electronics applications.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
TIMs for ADAS: Sensor and ECU Use Cases

TIMs for ADAS: Sensor and ECU Use Cases

This premium article looks into thermal interface materials (TIM) for ADAS cameras, radars, LiDARs, computers, and electronic control units (ECU), with an analysis of key market players.
Advanced Materials World
Jun 28, 2022
Carbon Nanotubes: Is Bigger Better?

Carbon Nanotubes: Is Bigger Better?

Nanomaterials remain a significant growth area with the potential to enable a wide range of next-generation technologies. This article will focus on CNT yarns and sheets before expanding on to high-aspect-ratio and hybrid materials; these are all at an earlier commercial stage than the main MWCNT market.
Advanced Materials World
Jun 20, 2022
3D Printing Materials: A $29.5 Billion Opportunity Ripe for Innovation

3D Printing Materials: A $29.5 Billion Opportunity Ripe for Innovation

The growth potential for AM materials differs from printing equipment, as operational legacy printers continue to consume materials. Therefore, this segment of the 3D printing value chain represents a tremendous opportunity.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Cell-to-Pack and Cell-to-Body: Designs and Announcements

Cell-to-Pack and Cell-to-Body: Designs and Announcements

This premium article introduces cell-to-pack and cell-to-body, looking into their advantages and disadvantages. It will also explore key OEM and battery supplier examples in the market, as well as recent announcements.
Advanced Materials World
Jun 2, 2022
Metal 3D Printing Technology Landscape - The Trends and the Whitespace

Metal 3D Printing Technology Landscape - The Trends and the Whitespace

Perfectly imperfect - that is the technology landscape in metal 3D printing boiled down. Through an extensive benchmarking study, IDTechEx has asked the question: where are metal additive manufacturing technologies going, and where are the whitespaces for advancement in the metal AM landscape?
Advanced Materials World
May 27, 2022
Join the Upcoming Webinar on Carbon Dioxide Utilization

Join the Upcoming Webinar on Carbon Dioxide Utilization

Thursday 9 June 2022 - What is CO2 utilization and how is CO2 converted into useful products? What is the current state of the CO2U market? What are the key drivers and hurdles for CO2U market growth? What is the CO2U market outlook for the next 20 years?
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Event Summary: Renewable Materials Conference 2022

Event Summary: Renewable Materials Conference 2022

The Renewable Materials Conference 2022 combines the three renewable alternatives to fossil-based materials: recycling, bio- and CO2-based. The three-day event was hosted by the nova-Institute in Cologne, Germany, and was attended by over 400 visitors. Suppliers of raw materials, refiners, and chemical/materials manufacturers and experts in the industry presented the progress and latest insights into recycling, bio-based materials, and carbon dioxide utilization. Challenges to the industry and opportunities were discussed in depth throughout presentations and panel discussions, and several key themes emerged from the conference. Many attendees represented brand owners, looking to replace their current materials in products and packaging with renewable alternatives. In this article, IDTechEx explores themes that emerged from this conference, and discusses the technologies presented.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Commercializing Quantum 2022: End Users

Commercializing Quantum 2022: End Users

This premium article delves into the Commercializing Quantum conference, an Economist Impact event held on 17th May 2022 in London. It will look into contributions regarding quantum computing from end users across three sectors: pharmaceutical, automotive, and financial.
Advanced Materials World
May 23, 2022
'Next Generation Wonder Material' Created for First Time

'Next Generation Wonder Material' Created for First Time

For over a decade, scientists have attempted to synthesize a new form of carbon called graphyne with limited success. That endeavor is now at an end, though, thanks to new research.
Advanced Materials World
May 18, 2022
Highly Efficient Large-Area Perovskite For Next Generation Displays

Highly Efficient Large-Area Perovskite For Next Generation Displays

Metal halide perovskites have very narrow spectral emission, excellent color purity, low material cost, and wide and easy color-tunability. Based on these advantages, perovskites are considered as a promising high color purity light emitter which can replace the conventional organic and inorganic quantum dot light emitters in displays and solid-state lighting technologies.
Advanced Materials World
Jun 29, 2022
Automotive Autonomy: A New Opportunity for Thermal Materials

Automotive Autonomy: A New Opportunity for Thermal Materials

IDTechEx's new report, "Thermal Management for ADAS: 2023-2033" finds that the yearly market value for thermal interface materials (TIMs) in ADAS will increase 11-fold over the next 10 years.
Advanced Materials World
Jun 22, 2022
IDTechEx Release New Report on Thermal Management for ADAS

IDTechEx Release New Report on Thermal Management for ADAS

Thermal Management for Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems (ADAS) 2023-2033 - Thermal management challenges, solutions, and trends for cameras, radars, LiDARs, and automotive computers. Thermal interface materials, die attach, radome materials and electromagnetic interference, analysis, players, and market forecasts
Advanced Materials World
Jun 20, 2022
30-Year Perovskite Solar Cells, New Approach to Testing

30-Year Perovskite Solar Cells, New Approach to Testing

Researchers have developed the first perovskite solar cell with a commercially viable lifetime, marking a major milestone for an emerging class of renewable energy technology. The team projects their device can perform above industry standards for around 30 years, far more than the 20 years used as a threshold for viability for solar cells.
Advanced Materials World
Jun 17, 2022
Single-Step, All-In-One 3D Printing Method to Make Robotic Materials

Single-Step, All-In-One 3D Printing Method to Make Robotic Materials

A team of engineers and their colleagues have developed a new design strategy and 3D printing technique to build robots in one single step. The breakthrough enabled the entire mechanical and electronic systems needed to operate a robot to be manufactured all at once by a new type of 3D printing process for engineered active materials with multiple functions (also known as metamaterials). Once 3D printed, a "meta-bot" will be capable of propulsion, movement, sensing and decision-making.
Advanced Materials World
May 31, 2022
Still Waiting on a Commercial Need for Take-off: SWCNTs

Still Waiting on a Commercial Need for Take-off: SWCNTs

Commercializing a new material is not easy. Single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs) are the higher-performance variants of the carbon nanotube family, but unlike their multi-walled counterpart, they are still hunting for their killer application.
Advanced Materials World
May 26, 2022
Secret to Treating Achilles Heel of Alternatives to Silicon Solar

Secret to Treating Achilles Heel of Alternatives to Silicon Solar

A team of researchers from the UK and Japan has found that the tiny defects which limit the efficiency of perovskites - cheaper alternative materials for solar cells - are also responsible for structural changes in the material that lead to degradation.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Commercializing Quantum 2022: Hardware

Commercializing Quantum 2022: Hardware

This premium article explores the Commercialising Quantum event, an Economist Impact event held on 17th May 2022 in London. This particular article will focus on hardware, with others outlining software companies and end users.
Advanced Materials World
May 24, 2022
Soft Printing Technique Opens the Way for Pixelated Elastics

Soft Printing Technique Opens the Way for Pixelated Elastics

Borrowing a technique from inkjet printers, researchers have rolled out a pixel-by-pixel method to program and manufacture soft structures for use in robotics, biomedical devices or architectural features.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Transparent Antennas: Emerging Application for Transparent Conductors

Transparent Antennas: Emerging Application for Transparent Conductors

This premium article explores the opportunities for transparent antennas, delving into the addressable industry verticals, the value chain, and technical challenges associated with such opportunities.
External Company Press Release
Intertronics Introduces Industry First Adhesives for Wearables

Intertronics Introduces Industry First Adhesives for Wearables

To help manufacturers of wearable devices adapt to industry trends and customer requirements, Intertronics has introduced the Dymax 2000-MW series of medical wearables adhesives and encapsulants. The series is the first dedicated, light-curable adhesive product line to be specifically formulated without common skin irritants and materials of concern for medical wearable and electronics applications.
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