The search for new design and fabrication strategies to make flexible Li-ion batteries (FLIBs) for wearable devices has been ongoing for years. It has led to innovations in electrode design and options in compatible electrolytes. Breakthroughs notwithstanding, this category remains at an early stage of development but will continue to flourish as development and adoption […]
Even as the pandemic, in addition to the US-China trade war, impacted the automotive and the electrical/electronics markets, industrial robotics fared well enough to finish at about $10.6 billion in 2020, according to Igate Research. And from 2021 to 2025, the sector is expected to surge on the basis of “cost reduction, improved quality, increased […]
Wire harnesses are designed for a range of applications, from household appliances, electronics, telecom products and vehicles to the fields of medicine, construction and aerospace technology. While their biggest market is the automotive industry, the R&D spotlight today is not on the dominant fuel-powered segment but on the popular green electric and hybrid alternatives. Sales […]
Emerging infectious diseases in the past two decades, including ebola, SARS, MERS, Chikungunya, swine flu and bird flu, and increasing health consciousness have been driving thermometer market growth for years. With the COVID-19 pandemic, temperature checks using infrared technology have become the norm in preventing spread, necessitating thermal screening at offices, airports, hospitals and other […]
by Cecile de Veyra & Vianie Li China’s EMS companies have long emphasized improving their services to meet specific requirements from customers in a fast turnaround time. This has been an ongoing endeavor for the past decade, which saw a stream of technology and machine upgrades that also included the adoption of industrial robots.