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Strange Experience Curves Cause Wrong Investments?

Strange Experience Curves Cause Wrong Investments?

In 1936, Theodore Paul Wright, at Curtiss-Wright in the United States, found that every time total aircraft production doubled, the required labour time for a new aircraft fell by 20%. This has become known as "Wright's law".
Water Tech Research
Jan 28, 2021
New Graphene Nanochannel Water Filters

New Graphene Nanochannel Water Filters

Researchers have shown that tiny channels between graphene sheets can be aligned in a way that makes them ideal for water filtration.
Water Tech Research
Jan 5, 2021
Smart Cities Pivot to Water

Smart Cities Pivot to Water

Cities will make all their own food, fresh water, and electricity for reasons of empowerment, security, and cost.
Water Tech Research
Nov 13, 2020
Join the Upcoming Webinar: Smart Cities Become Much More Ambitious

Join the Upcoming Webinar: Smart Cities Become Much More Ambitious

18 November 2020 - The expenditure on new technologies for emerging smart cities will pass one trillion dollars yearly. That is the subject of this webinar -sharing some of the research carried out by PhD level multilingual IDTechEx analysts worldwide for their new overview report on smart city technologies with 35 forecasts.
Water Tech Research
Nov 5, 2020
IDTechEx Have Released a New Report on the Smart Cities Market

IDTechEx Have Released a New Report on the Smart Cities Market

IDTechEx have released a new market research report on the topic of smart cities markets - trillions of dollars on reinvented energy, food, water, transport, sensing, multipurpose materials.
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Water treatment, water use and waste water sensors: a $2Bn industry

Water treatment, water use and waste water sensors: a $2Bn industry

This premium article discusses the different stages of water treatment and the opportunities that "Digital Water" or "Smart water" can bring to this industry, as discussed in the IDTechEx Report "Sensors in the Water and Wastewater Treatment Industries 2020-2030".
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Water Conservation gets Urgent: New Technology to the Rescue

Water Conservation gets Urgent: New Technology to the Rescue

Water consumption is increasing due to changing habits such as meat eating, the move to cities and population increase. Urbanisation, desertification and rising sea levels from global warming are reducing potable water supply.
Water Tech Research
Aug 16, 2020
Sensors Post COVID, Electrification, Bionics, Technology Breakthroughs

Sensors Post COVID, Electrification, Bionics, Technology Breakthroughs

The new IDTechEx report, "Sensors 2021-2041" uniquely analyses the whole subject in the light of such seismic changes as the COVID-19 virus. The sensor business is in turmoil. The industries that spend most on sensors are changing as are the sensors.
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Technologies used in the Water Treatment Industries

Technologies used in the Water Treatment Industries

All buildings, either in industry or residential, need a connection to the water network, to provide drinking water for its users, and to remove sewage and wastewater from the site. These create vast networks across the country, and in some cases these networks are old and in need to maintenance and repair.
Water Tech Research
Jul 20, 2020
Sensors With Electrical Output: Technology, Materials, Uses & Forecast

Sensors With Electrical Output: Technology, Materials, Uses & Forecast

Join IDTechEx Chairman, Dr Peter Harrop in this 8-minute presentation on Sensors, discussing patents, the effect of COVID19, sensor market drivers in construction, agriculture, mining, military, aerospace, consumer electronics, medical, automotive & rail.
Water Tech Research
Jan 28, 2021
New Graphene Nanochannel Water Filters

New Graphene Nanochannel Water Filters

Researchers have shown that tiny channels between graphene sheets can be aligned in a way that makes them ideal for water filtration.
Water Tech Research
Nov 13, 2020
Join the Upcoming Webinar: Smart Cities Become Much More Ambitious

Join the Upcoming Webinar: Smart Cities Become Much More Ambitious

18 November 2020 - The expenditure on new technologies for emerging smart cities will pass one trillion dollars yearly. That is the subject of this webinar -sharing some of the research carried out by PhD level multilingual IDTechEx analysts worldwide for their new overview report on smart city technologies with 35 forecasts.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Water treatment, water use and waste water sensors: a $2Bn industry

Water treatment, water use and waste water sensors: a $2Bn industry

This premium article discusses the different stages of water treatment and the opportunities that "Digital Water" or "Smart water" can bring to this industry, as discussed in the IDTechEx Report "Sensors in the Water and Wastewater Treatment Industries 2020-2030".
Water Tech Research
Aug 16, 2020
Sensors Post COVID, Electrification, Bionics, Technology Breakthroughs

Sensors Post COVID, Electrification, Bionics, Technology Breakthroughs

The new IDTechEx report, "Sensors 2021-2041" uniquely analyses the whole subject in the light of such seismic changes as the COVID-19 virus. The sensor business is in turmoil. The industries that spend most on sensors are changing as are the sensors.
Water Tech Research
Jul 20, 2020
Sensors With Electrical Output: Technology, Materials, Uses & Forecast

Sensors With Electrical Output: Technology, Materials, Uses & Forecast

Join IDTechEx Chairman, Dr Peter Harrop in this 8-minute presentation on Sensors, discussing patents, the effect of COVID19, sensor market drivers in construction, agriculture, mining, military, aerospace, consumer electronics, medical, automotive & rail.
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