First semisolid lithium-ion battery developed by Kyocera and 24M for improved safety, longer life, and lower cost

Kyocera and 24M have launched a residential energy storage system, Enerezza, said to be the world’s first system built using 24M’s novel SemiSolid electrode manufacturing process.

In addition, Kyocera has extended its commitment to 24M’s unique manufacturing platform, with plans to start full-scale mass production this autumn.

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Israeli start-up TriEye collaborates with Porsche to help drivers ‘see’ better in poor visibility

Israeli start-up TriEye, whose Short-Wave Infra-Red (SWIR) sensing technology enhances visibility in adverse weather and night-time conditions, is collaborating with the German sports car manufacturer Porsche, to improve visibility and the performance of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and Autonomous Vehicles (AVs).

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Virtual and augmented reality market is volatile but promises new products and lower prices, say analysts

London, UK: The market for “extended reality” products, which comprises virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) devices, will enjoy 21% growth in 2019, to slightly more than 10 million devices. This is according to the latest forecast by technology analyst firm CCS Insight.

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Could predictive analytics help Tesla drop the cost of battery packs to $100 per kWh?

“Yes,” says Kari Terho, director and head of Smart Factory of Elisa Smart Factory. Here he explains how his team has boosted the battery cell production yield by 16% with Predictive Quality Analytics at eLab, the electromobility research centere in the University of Aachen in Germany.

The battery pack cost of $100/kWh (€90.8/kWhf) is a primary target for Tesla. To achieve this, the company must solve one of the world’s most demanding technology challenges – and it is how to increase the volumetric energy density of battery cells while slashing production costs.

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Does ‘digital’ really exist?

Digital transformation is the latest trend that every organisation, in every sector, wants a piece of. In the customer management industry in particular, ‘digital innovation’, ‘digital transformation’ or ‘going digital’ are key phrases heard on almost a daily basis,with organisations keen to impress their customers by adopting the latest technology and ‘added extras’ to make their offering stand out from the crowd.

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Why IT and OT integration and IoT edge processing are paving the way for AI

Information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT) have been coming together in IoT for several years now. Robin Duke-Woolley, the chief executive of Beecham Research interviewed Roberto Siagri, the chief executive of Eurotech, to explore the advantages of this and assess what progress has been made in integrating the two technologies.

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