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Printed Electronics World
Mar 22, 2024
Integration of DMS & OMS Offers Advancements for In-Cabin Monitoring

Integration of DMS & OMS Offers Advancements for In-Cabin Monitoring

In-cabin monitoring, comprising both Driver Monitoring System (DMS) and Occupancy Monitoring System (OMS), has experienced significant growth since the start of 2024. Traditionally, DMS relies on 2D infrared cameras, while OMS utilizes 3D sensing modules like 3D time-of-flight (ToF) cameras or radar modules.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 20, 2024
Printed Electronics Converge: 3 Key Insights from LOPEC 2024

Printed Electronics Converge: 3 Key Insights from LOPEC 2024

In March, the printed electronics industry flocked to Munich once again for the LOPEC 2024 conference and exhibition. Featured were some of the latest printed electronics technologies addressing global mega-trends such as vehicle electrification, healthcare personalization, industry 4.0, and sustainability.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 21, 2024
The Opportunities & Barriers Facing 3D Printing for Electric Vehicles

The Opportunities & Barriers Facing 3D Printing for Electric Vehicles

The electric vehicle (EV) market experienced another exciting year of growth in 2023. Following a 62% increase in electric car sales in 2022 compared to 2021, IDTechEx predicts a 16% increase in global sales for 2023. However, growth was somewhat constrained during the year due to the performance of plug-in hybrids (PHEVs) in Europe, particularly in the first half of 2023, partly attributed to subsidy reductions in Germany. Nevertheless, many…
Printed Electronics World
Mar 19, 2024
Metal vs Graphite Bipolar Plates: A Key PEM Fuel Cells Debate

Metal vs Graphite Bipolar Plates: A Key PEM Fuel Cells Debate

Bipolar plates are crucial components in proton exchange fuel cells, representing a substantial portion of the value of the fuel cell stack. IDTechEx predicts that their market value will surpass US$2.5 billion by 2034. The choice between metal and graphite materials for bipolar plates is a significant consideration, with each option having distinct advantages depending on the specific application.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 22, 2024
Webinar: How & Why Is the Printed and Flexible Sensor Market Evolving?

Webinar: How & Why Is the Printed and Flexible Sensor Market Evolving?

Thursday 11 April 2024 - An overview of key printed and flexible sensor technologies and printed sensor material requirements? A critical evaluation of historic printed sensor market successes and shortcomings? Evolving and emerging trends and commercial use cases of printed and flexible sensors? Market opportunities and market forecast overview?
Printed Electronics World
Mar 13, 2024
Printed Sensor Technology: Evolving to Meet New Market Demands

Printed Sensor Technology: Evolving to Meet New Market Demands

Sensors are vital in modern life. They measure a vast quantity of metrics and parameters, acting as the interface between the physical and digital worlds. Printed sensors can be produced in large areas on flexible substrates, reducing costs and unlocking new market opportunities. The new IDTechEx report, "Printed and Flexible Sensors 2024-2034: Technologies, Players, Markets", breaks down key trends by technology approach - highlighting both…
Printed Electronics World
Mar 12, 2024
New Episode of 'Tomorrow's Tech by IDTechEx' Podcast: EV Charging

New Episode of 'Tomorrow's Tech by IDTechEx' Podcast: EV Charging

IDTechEx have released a brand new episode of the 'Tomorrow's Tech by IDTechEx' podcast, 'EV Charging 101: How Can We Take the Guesswork Out of Driving Electric?'. Host Dr Tess Skyrme and industry expert Shazan Siddiqi will be discussing the up-and-coming trends in the EV Charging landscape.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 7, 2024
Linking Car Electrification, Battery Chemistries, and Copper Demand

Linking Car Electrification, Battery Chemistries, and Copper Demand

Copper is a critical material in the manufacturing of all vehicles, regardless of whether they are powered by gas, diesel, electricity, hydrogen, or even liquid natural gas (LNG). The demand for copper from the automotive industry was just over 3MT (1MT = 1 billion kilograms) in 2023 but is set to increase to 5MT in 2034.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 6, 2024
Materials Informatics: The AI-Designed Materials Revolution

Materials Informatics: The AI-Designed Materials Revolution

Materials informatics represents the data revolution's impact on materials R&D. Data-centric approaches, including AI and machine learning, are transforming the way materials scientists and engineers work, getting materials to market faster and driving development in new directions. A range of strategic approaches have emerged, with leading players and commercialized materials developed via data-driven methods emerging.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 4, 2024
Road to 6G: The Emerging Low-Loss Materials Enabling Future Telecoms

Road to 6G: The Emerging Low-Loss Materials Enabling Future Telecoms

As the world awaits the full take-off of the next generation of telecommunication technologies, 5G, important stakeholders are preparing for the future of future telecommunications - 6G. This may seem premature, given that deployment of 5G infrastructure and base stations are not nearly at their peak yet.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 22, 2024
Integration of DMS & OMS Offers Advancements for In-Cabin Monitoring

Integration of DMS & OMS Offers Advancements for In-Cabin Monitoring

In-cabin monitoring, comprising both Driver Monitoring System (DMS) and Occupancy Monitoring System (OMS), has experienced significant growth since the start of 2024. Traditionally, DMS relies on 2D infrared cameras, while OMS utilizes 3D sensing modules like 3D time-of-flight (ToF) cameras or radar modules.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 21, 2024
The Opportunities & Barriers Facing 3D Printing for Electric Vehicles

The Opportunities & Barriers Facing 3D Printing for Electric Vehicles

The electric vehicle (EV) market experienced another exciting year of growth in 2023. Following a 62% increase in electric car sales in 2022 compared to 2021, IDTechEx predicts a 16% increase in global sales for 2023. However, growth was somewhat constrained during the year due to the performance of plug-in hybrids (PHEVs) in Europe, particularly in the first half of 2023, partly attributed to subsidy reductions in Germany. Nevertheless, many…
Printed Electronics World
Mar 22, 2024
Webinar: How & Why Is the Printed and Flexible Sensor Market Evolving?

Webinar: How & Why Is the Printed and Flexible Sensor Market Evolving?

Thursday 11 April 2024 - An overview of key printed and flexible sensor technologies and printed sensor material requirements? A critical evaluation of historic printed sensor market successes and shortcomings? Evolving and emerging trends and commercial use cases of printed and flexible sensors? Market opportunities and market forecast overview?
Printed Electronics World
Mar 12, 2024
New Episode of 'Tomorrow's Tech by IDTechEx' Podcast: EV Charging

New Episode of 'Tomorrow's Tech by IDTechEx' Podcast: EV Charging

IDTechEx have released a brand new episode of the 'Tomorrow's Tech by IDTechEx' podcast, 'EV Charging 101: How Can We Take the Guesswork Out of Driving Electric?'. Host Dr Tess Skyrme and industry expert Shazan Siddiqi will be discussing the up-and-coming trends in the EV Charging landscape.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 6, 2024
Materials Informatics: The AI-Designed Materials Revolution

Materials Informatics: The AI-Designed Materials Revolution

Materials informatics represents the data revolution's impact on materials R&D. Data-centric approaches, including AI and machine learning, are transforming the way materials scientists and engineers work, getting materials to market faster and driving development in new directions. A range of strategic approaches have emerged, with leading players and commercialized materials developed via data-driven methods emerging.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 20, 2024
Printed Electronics Converge: 3 Key Insights from LOPEC 2024

Printed Electronics Converge: 3 Key Insights from LOPEC 2024

In March, the printed electronics industry flocked to Munich once again for the LOPEC 2024 conference and exhibition. Featured were some of the latest printed electronics technologies addressing global mega-trends such as vehicle electrification, healthcare personalization, industry 4.0, and sustainability.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 19, 2024
Metal vs Graphite Bipolar Plates: A Key PEM Fuel Cells Debate

Metal vs Graphite Bipolar Plates: A Key PEM Fuel Cells Debate

Bipolar plates are crucial components in proton exchange fuel cells, representing a substantial portion of the value of the fuel cell stack. IDTechEx predicts that their market value will surpass US$2.5 billion by 2034. The choice between metal and graphite materials for bipolar plates is a significant consideration, with each option having distinct advantages depending on the specific application.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 13, 2024
Printed Sensor Technology: Evolving to Meet New Market Demands

Printed Sensor Technology: Evolving to Meet New Market Demands

Sensors are vital in modern life. They measure a vast quantity of metrics and parameters, acting as the interface between the physical and digital worlds. Printed sensors can be produced in large areas on flexible substrates, reducing costs and unlocking new market opportunities. The new IDTechEx report, "Printed and Flexible Sensors 2024-2034: Technologies, Players, Markets", breaks down key trends by technology approach - highlighting both…
Printed Electronics World
Mar 7, 2024
Linking Car Electrification, Battery Chemistries, and Copper Demand

Linking Car Electrification, Battery Chemistries, and Copper Demand

Copper is a critical material in the manufacturing of all vehicles, regardless of whether they are powered by gas, diesel, electricity, hydrogen, or even liquid natural gas (LNG). The demand for copper from the automotive industry was just over 3MT (1MT = 1 billion kilograms) in 2023 but is set to increase to 5MT in 2034.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 4, 2024
Road to 6G: The Emerging Low-Loss Materials Enabling Future Telecoms

Road to 6G: The Emerging Low-Loss Materials Enabling Future Telecoms

As the world awaits the full take-off of the next generation of telecommunication technologies, 5G, important stakeholders are preparing for the future of future telecommunications - 6G. This may seem premature, given that deployment of 5G infrastructure and base stations are not nearly at their peak yet.