Heidi Dohse, Senior Program Manager at Google Cloud Platform, presents the real world impact wearable technologies provide to patients. Patients with data points are able to better communicate with their healthcare providers to receive the right care more quickly. For athletes, data empowers users to reach their goals and make healthy decisions
Read more at: http://www.idtechex.com/idtechex-wearable-europe/show/en/speakers/7912/the-internet-of-me-data-empowering-patients
Khasha Ghaffarzadeh of IDTechEx interviews Tsuyoshi Matarai, Sales & Marketing Manager of Hitachi Chemical Co. on their wearable technologies on exhibit at the IDTechEx Show! in Berlin. Matarai-san shows stretchable electronics for textiles, for which Hitachi supplies the stretchable, waterproof films. Hitachi Chemical co., ltd. is a chemical manufacturer engaged in a wide range of areas, including semiconductor and display-related materials, printed wiring boards, copper clad laminates, photosensitive dry films, functional polymeric materials, adhesive films, carbon products, ceramics and automotive related products.
Matej Zalar, CEO of Visionect, shows their electronic paper E Ink conference room systems to Sri Peruvemba at the IDTechExShow Show! in Berlin. Their product Joan won the CES Innovation Award and the Red Dot Design Award. Their displays will work for more than one year on a single charge. The company focuses on building platforms to allow companies to launch indoor and outdoor signage applications. Visionect helps companies build their own electronic paper display products. Their hardware and software is carefully designed for in- and outdoor digital signage and enables the fastest way from an application concept to the market. Filmed at the IDTechEx Berlin conference.
Christophe Premont of ISORG shows a range of photodiods for photo detection for a range of applications, including biometrics at the IDTechExShow Show! in Berlin. ISORG produces organic and printed electronics for large area photonics and image sensors on glass and plastic substrates.
Marcel Grooten, Managing Director of DoMicro shows their method of automating manufacturing process for hybrid electronics at the IDTechExShow Show! in Berlin. DoMicro BV is a technology company developing innovative production technology for hybrid electronics and micro devices. DoMicro BV provides: Integrated processes, technology and materials for hybrid electronics; R&D for customer needs in specifying optimal production system configuration; Development and manufacturing of micro system devices and hybrid electronics.
MOVEO is a light-weight, foldable electric scooter designed and made in Hungary. Its main features include:
- Foldability – easy to fold, carry and store
- Light weight: 45 kg – without battery: 38 kg
- 45 km/h max. speed, 50 km range
- Organic design, low consumption: 0,3 EUR/100 km
Amber One: light-weight range-extended electric super sports car
- 1150 kg total weight
- 308 HP
- 4 x 75 kW hub-motors, 4 x 1000 Nm
- 205 km/h max speed
- 0-100 km/h: 3,2 sec
- range: 100 km electric, 600 km extended
Filmed at the IDTechEx Electric Vehicles Europe 2016 Show
EV4 is designed by Aero-service in Poland, using low weight components highly durable aeronautical aluminum alloy, constructed like an airplane. The main frame of the vehicle is riveted just like in the case of airplanes to make it more durable and lightweight. The independent suspension uses an adaptive suspension system to adjust to the shape of the terrain at any given moment. Regardless of the surface type, terrain, angle of inclination of roads and travel, the EV4’s wheels uniformly and evenly touch the ground. Thanks to the electric drive as well as gear belts the noise emission is close to zero, which has a positive effect on the driving comfort. The vehicle’s low weight and the use of modern and efficient lithium ion batteries achieve a 100km driving range. Shocks are absorbed by two bicycle shock absorbers with adjustable hardness and damping. Hydraulic disc brakes on 4 wheels allow for very short braking distances, making the EV4 very safe. The EV4’s four wheels result in stability superior to that of single-track vehicles.
Aero-service's official video:
Drive: DC motors 800W/1000W
Driver: DC 1600 W/2100W
Gear: toothed belt
Li-ion battery: 36V 52AH/48V40AH
Brakes: hydraulic discs on 4 wheels
Mechanical tilting system
Cushioning system - 2 bicycle shock absorbers
Weight: 41 kg without battery
53 kg with battery
Speed: max: 40 km / h
Riveted aluminum frame
Welded aluminum wishbones
Phil Poole, Director of Semiconductors at Microdul shows their low power temperature and timing sensors at the IDTechEx Show! in Berlin. Working with the Swiss company Algra, Microdul is developing finger-powered piezo wireless push buttons named Algra Dynapic, aiming it as stick-on light switches and other building control applications. Microdul AG develops and produces customised microelectronic components.
Michel Popovic, Chairman of AFELIM discusses printed electronics at the IDTechEx Show! in Berlin. Several of the organization’s members show off new developments in printed electronics, including GenesInk, Arkema PiezoTech, Ardeje, In-Core Systemes and others. AFELIM is the French printed electronics association. It represents the companies that do business in printed electronics in France. AFELIM represents every profession in the value chain.
Dr. Peter Harrop, chairman of IDTechEx interviews David Brown, CEO of BroadBit at the IDTechEx Show! in Berlin. David talks about BroadBit’s metallic sodium batteries, which provide nearly 2x the Wh/kg of lithium-ion batteries with the same volume density. BroadBit is developing revolutionary new batteries using novel sodium-based chemistries to power the future green economy. Filmed in 4K using the Sony AX53