Raghu Das, IDTechEx CEO||February 15, 2017
RFID will be growing at 20% over the next few years, and there is much more to come.
Dr. Khasha Ghaffarzadeh, Yasuo Yamamoto and Dr. Harry Zervos, IDTechEx||February 7, 2017
Silver flake, silver nanoparticles, copper inks and pastes, graphene and beyond.
Tony Sun, Lux Research Analyst||September 20, 2016
Newer and smaller developers such as Sulon Q and Star VR are poised to overshadow these virtual reality pioneers.
Dr. Khasha Ghaffarzadeh , IDTechEx Research Director||August 31, 2016
The conductive inks and paste business will generate a demand of 2,200 tons by 2026.
Dr. Khasha Ghaffarzadeh, IDTechEx Research Director||June 23, 2016
Is the end of the downturn in sight?
Dr Khasha Ghaffarzadeh, Head of Consulting, IDTechEx||April 19, 2016
IDTechEx still remains optimistic about the long-term prospects of this technology.
Dr Xiaoxi He, IDTechEx Technology Analyst||March 14, 2016
IDTechEx forecasts that the industry will grow from a small market base today to become a $470 million business in 2026.
James Hayward, IDTechEx Technology Analyst||January 22, 2016
IDTechEx found the market for pure e-textiles to be worth $100 million in 2015, growing to $3 billion by 2026.
Kevin Swift, ACC Chief Economist||July 1, 2015
American Chemistry Council’s annual look at the industry sees growth ahead for the field.
John Neuffer, President and CEO, SIA||June 17, 2015
Industry forecast projects growth of 3.4% in 2015, 3.4% in 2016, and 3.0% in 2017.
Chris Bone, VP Access Control Solutions EMEA, ASSA ABLOY||June 3, 2015
Myths over security, certification, energy and complexity still need to be overcome.
Rudie Lion, SmithersPira||April 22, 2015
Shows global move towards IC chip-enabled cards.
Patrick J. Clouden, CEO and Co-founder of Commercial Energy Solutions, Inc. (CES)||February 25, 2015
Consumer Energy Solutions tells businesses ‘The Time is Now’ to reap major economic benefits
Wayne Mitchell, Air Products VP and GM of Electronics||October 28, 2014
Five easy (SIMPL) steps for simplifying the complexity of being a materials supplier
Edward Cahill, Lux Research Analyst||August 20, 2014
Applications like building-integrated photovoltaics provide a small but profitable opportunity for thin-film suppliers