Nanoramic specializes in energy storage technology and material solutions based on nano-carbons. Nano-carbons have exceptional electrical, thermal and mechanical properties at the nano-scale level. They synthesize and incorporate nano-carbons in various materials and transfer these properties at the macroscale level. Nanoramic chooses an advanced and proprietary combination of advanced materials, creating new materials that can be made to meet the requirements of several applications and more.
ZSK looks back on more than one hundred years of a successful history in textile engineering. Founded in 1984 by former employees of Zangs, a renowned company with great tradition based in Krefeld, ZSK has acquired the market leadership in a highly competitive line of industry: German high-class workmanship has always been our focus, each customer gets a machine in accordance with his individual requirements, the production is subject to rigid acceptance standards, each machine is made to measure to some extent.
Topsen Technology represents the Sixth Element Material Technology and Toppen Technology, a world leading graphene manufacturer and pioneer in graphene's applications, in North America. Since 2011, they have developed several facilities for the massive production of graphene including a 3000-tons-per-year production line. Their application fields include electronic devices, composite materials, paints and coatings, energy storage and much more.
Wearables designed specifically for women with a specific health need. With Carin, women can work on their pelvic health in the privacy of their homes with minimal intervention in daily life.
Acellent provides real-time data from around the world, which makes for smarter structures and a safer world.
Acellent's products support a myriad of real world applications including crack detection, corrosion monitoring, and delamination
IDS has licensed an aerosol-based Additive Manufacturing technology from Sandia National Laboratories (SNL License # CO2686; U.S. Patent 6,348,687) and adapted the technology for Direct-Write Electronic (DWE) printing. The aerosol-based technology called, Nanojet (formerly MycroJet).
ChipRebel has provided this video of their teardown of the Galaxy S10 (also see their Exynos 9820 photos here: https://www.chiprebel.com/exynos-9820/) which has the 8nm LPP Exynos 9820 with Samsung's dual custom cores, dual ARM Cortex-A75 and quad ARM Cortex-A55 and Mali-G76 MP12 GPU and Samsung's most advanced NPU. With LTE Category 20 for up to 2.0Gbps download speed with 8x carrier aggregation (CA) and up to 316Mbps upload speed support. This phone amazingly can support encoding and decoding of of up to 8K30p.