Displaying items by tag: IDTechEx

IDTechEx say 5G not only greatly improves network experiences for mobile consumers, but more importantly, will bring digitalisation into every industry, revolutionising our society. However, this vision will not be realised without small cell development.

Published in 5G

6G Communications needs graphene. 6G will initially launch at a few hundred GHz where several diode and transistor technologies are available in the laboratory but things get tough when second-generation 6G operates at around 1THz to get the ultimate response time, data capacity, data transfer and other promised advances.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Materials used in future 5G networks will be different and more diverse and there will be rapid growth in demand for low-loss materials in 5G according to research firm IDTechEx.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Phone systems change every ten years, and with 5G now rolling out worldwide, IDTechEx says it is time to plan 6G communications for 2030!

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Technology is helping to improve the way cardiovascular disease (CVD) - currently the leading cause of death globally - can be detected, monitored and treated, according to a new research report.

Published in Health

With Google bringing Google Glass back to market for enterprise customers, risking the “Glassh*le” revival, Glass 2.0’s upgrades bring Google back as an AR player, but it’s not the only one.

Published in Business IT

The RFID market has plenty of room to grow over the next decade, with less than 20% penetration of the total addressable market for apparel alone in 2017, let alone everything else RFID is being used for.

Published in Business IT
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IoT is the future, even if we worry it’s the Internet of hackable and crackable things, which standard will win – Sigfox, LoRaWAN, NB-IOT or something else?

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Security is but one aspect of the Internet of Things revolution, even if ‘very little IoT was deployed’ in 2016 according to IDTechEx, with IoT set for major maturation over the next decade.

Published in Internet of Things

Skilled drivers in big machine agriculture will be replaced by fully autonomous tractors, drones and more that will change the way farming is done, how agricultural machinery is designed, and the ongoing robotic revolution.

Published in Business IT

New research looks at the cost and demand for lithium-ion batteries over the next 10 years to predict the intricacies of what should be a booming market.

Published in Energy

The research gurus at IDTechEx says bulky first-gem wearables are slowly beginning to change, with new clothing-based components emerging and more.

Published in Home Tech
Thursday, 11 February 2016 00:35

Haptics: the touching way to do things with feeling

A new report says that ‘more players getting into touch with emerging haptics’ in the fields of automotive, VR, AR, robotics and other consumer sectors besides.

Published in Home Tech

2016 is expected to be the year of VR or virtual reality, if the buzz of CES is anything to go by, according to a top research company.

Published in Mobility
Tuesday, 12 January 2016 23:02

Robotics: a $100 billion opportunity?

A variety of independent technological advances in batteries, power electronics, motors, sensors, processors, AI and other areas are leading towards a coming robotics surge and a massive opportunity.

Hybrid and pure electric vehicles are slowly but surely picking up speed and rolling down the road towards a world market predicted to be worth a massive $533 billion within the next decade.

Published in Energy




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