From 8-11 January, Eggtronic will showcase its highly innovative technologies to the world’s biggest exhibition of consumer technologies, where all next-generation innovations are introduced to the market.
Manchester University have found a low-cost method of producing graphene-printed electronics, which greatly speeds up, and reduces the cost of, conductive graphene inks – inviting manufacturing breakthroughs.
See how GaN-based power systems are transforming wireless charging, electric and autonomous vehicles, and consumer products.
Analog Devices announces the Power by Linear™ LTC2962-LTC2964 family of exceptionally accurate 4-channel voltage supervisors for increased system voltage margin and enhanced reliability.
Phase one of the University of Cambridge’s new development has now been completed: it features 384 kWp of solar photovoltaic (PV) – installed by Photon Energy and mounted on 9 apartment blocks.
Plessey will introduce the next generation of Vuzix smart glasses, which bypasses OLEDs in favour of microLED displays – leading to uniquely high power display efficiency in immersive tech.
Demos include compact, power-efficient, performance-enhancing technology for pioneering consumer products.
Nottingham Trent University introduce the concept of clothing – embedded with tiny solar cells – that can allow wearers to generate electricity on the move and charge consumer smart devices.
Analog Devices announces the Power by Linear™ LTM4686, a dual 10A or single 20A ultrathin step-down µModule® regulator with a PMBus interface housed in a 16mm x 11.9mm x 1.82mm LGA package.