Most of the top patent applicants in battery technology are multinational corporations whose business and R&D activities span many regions and countries. This article looks at the geographical origins of inventions and innovations related to battery technologies*.
Two of the hottest sectors in the ESG revolution right now are hydrogen and absolutely anything that ties into the $5 trillion global transportation industry. Investors are piling into hydrogen – a potential solution for a clean energy future – and it's now predicted to become an $11 trillion marketplace by 2050.
Menlo Microsystems, the company which claims it is re-inventing the electronic switch, has announced the production release of its first high-performance RF switch manufactured with their novel Ideal SwitchTM IP.
There’s a constant need to reduce size while simultaneously providing higher density for power devices, however, finFETs could soon run out of steam. Of all the potential successors to finFETs, GAAFETs appear to be the most promising of all.
Technology is destined to totally transform industry, with new and exciting technologies taking center-stage to bring significant improvements in efficiency and results. Despite the dominance of technology, however, the human element still plays an important role.
As part of the Qualcomm Platform Solutions Ecosystem program, semiconductor company STMicroelectronics is collaborating with Qualcomm Technologies in the area of sensor technology to develop innovative software solutions.
The £130 million UK Battery Industrialisation Centre, a “first of its kind” battery production development facility in Coventry, England, will soon be operational according to those behind the project.
The global EV battery swapping market share is currently in its development stage but is projected to grow at a significant rate between now and 2030 as government-backed incentives and demand for EVs increase.
The seemingly constant advances in digital technologies bring a new set of challenges and complexities to firms operating in the industry. Cybersecurity is one of these challenges, identified as one of the most significant by “Big Four” multiservice firm Deloitte.
A team of researchers from South Korea’s Pohang University of Science and Technology claims to have developed a faster charging and longer lasting battery material that can charge cars up to 90 percent in a record time of just 6 minutes.