Electric trucks: an impending revolution?
This webinar shares some of the research for the new IDTechEx report, Electric Trucks 2020-2030. Like other sectors of the automotive industry, the medium and heavy-duty truck market is being forced to evolve.
Electric vans: the time is now
The driving force for electrification in light commercial vehicle sector is increasingly the economics. Whilst environmental and public health concerns have been the main motivation for the electrification of on-road vehicles, in the LCV sector, businesses are recognising that electrification of their commercial fleet is also likely to save them money.
Electronics reshaped: flexible, stretchable and structural electronics
This webinar explores how flexible and printed electronics is allowing organisations to radically improve and distinguish products, make the unfeasible feasible, and provide opportunities for improving medical monitoring, human machine interfaces and much more.
Electric vehicles in construction, agriculture, mining: a $100bn market
Construction, agriculture and mining CAM vehicles have similar technology and are increasingly supplied by the same manufacturers facing a $100 billion opportunity with none of the problems of the car industry. Indeed, the more savvy Tier One car suppliers are successfully moving into this arena.
Electric vehicles and robotics in agriculture: a $50bn market
Agricultural vehicles, from greenhouse robots to outdoor precision farming, tractors, forestry vehicles and turf care, are rapidly going electric. Increasingly they get their electricity off-grid, zero-emission, on-site using technology similar to that in an EV.
Innovations in cardiovascular disease management
Cardiovascular disease is currently the leading cause of death worldwide. It is also a major burden on healthcare systems, costing billions every year. A wide range of technologies have been developed to tackle the disease at various stages of progression.
Robotic surgery: where are we today?
IDTechEx research has determined that the robotic surgery market will exceed $12bn by 2030. It is very different today than it was five years ago as it is no longer the single company market it once was.
Webinar highlights embedded systems security process
A webinar hosted by Future Electronics and Microchip Technology is now available on demand.
Webinar delivers lessons for secure remote working
Mouser Electronics is sponsoring a new webinar from Digi titled "Secure, Reliable Connections: Networking Strategies for Remote Workers."
Free webinar explores the importance of scenario planning
In a world that is becoming ever more complex and unpredictable, the assurance of business sustainability is becoming an increasingly unreliable and risky process. In a free webinar to be hosted on 15th April at 11.00 BST [10.00 CET / 06.00 EST] Ricardo will address the crucial role of scenario planning for organisations.