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30 Jan 2015  |  Global
This issue focuses on human machine interfaces in industrial automation.
20 Mar 2015  |  Global
Environment and Building Technology Alert. Sunlight Reflectors for Buildings to Reduce Cooling Load; Biotechnology Enables Producing High-Value Biopla
This issue profiles sunlight reflectors for buildings to reduce cooling load, biotechnology that enables production of high-value bioplastic from waste oil, a reactor that uses fuel from depleted uranium for power generation.
27 Mar 2015  |  Global
Medical and Diagnostic Imaging Technology Alert. Imaging Solution for Early Phase Trials; Vendor Neutral Breast Density Analytic Tool; Nanoparticles f
This issue profiles an imaging solution for early phase trials, a vendor neutral breast density analytic tool, and nanoparticles for multimodality use.
05 Jun 2015  |  Global
This issue profiles machine vision-based surface inspection systems.
26 Jun 2015  |  Global
This issue profiles biological buildings.
30 Oct 2015  |  Global
This issue profiles recent advances in carbon fibers.
20 Nov 2015  |  Global
Environment and Building Technology TechVision Opportunity Engine–Innovations in Heating, Ventilation & Air-conditioning, Oil Spill Management
Innovations in Heating, Ventilation & Air-conditioning, Oil Spill Management
This edition profiles innovations in heating, ventilation & air-conditioning, oil spill management.
29 Jan 2016  |  Global
This issue focusses on innovations in wireless charging, and provides strategic insights on technology roadmap, patents, industry initiative, funding, and so on. Development of a long range charger by Energous, a flexible wireless charger, induction charging for anchor station, and a wireless power transfer system with high energy efficiency have b...
12 Feb 2016  |  Global
Plastics and composites are gaining in prominence for a wide range of applications in the building and construction industry. They have superior versatility, durability, toughness, low maintenance and can be considered cost effective compared to traditional materials. Some other positives associated with plastics are that they do not rot, rust or...
25 Mar 2016  |  Global
Medical grade carbon dioxide absorbents need to fulfill all the safety criteria for absorbents so that there is minimal risk of the absorbent drying out or occurrence of volatile reactions leading to toxic by products that might turn critical to patient's life during surgeries. Recent product developments have a higher safety record and ability to ...