Research analyst blogs
Most major airlines will offer connectivity at some point in the next ten years.
The electric vehicle charging station market is at risk of losing direction once government backed projects evaporate.
The machine-tool industry continues to be the largest sector for the global motion control market.
With 6 weeks still left in 2012, it has already been a year to remember for in-flight connectivity.
Silicon’s vice-like grip of the power electronics market in coming under increasing pressure from a pair of wide bandgap semiconductors.
Pleas came from manufacturers and developers in the U.S. wind power industry requesting that the U.S. Government extend the PTC.
The power semiconductor discrete and module market grew by a more modest 9% in 2011.
Back when I started looking at Bluetooth in-car applications, Bluetooth seemed the best thing since sliced bread.
The industry has now had a chance to take stock of the U.S. Dept. of Commerce’s announcement that it will impose an import tariff on PV cells, or PV modules that contain cells, manufactured in China.
There is a well-known phrase, ‘If you think safety is expensive, try an accident!’
The highlight of any industry analyst’s calendar is visiting the major tradeshows of their respective technology areas. Embedded World 2012 did not disappoint.
While America leads fractional horsepower (FHP) motors sold in medical applications, the Asia Pacific region, especially China, is closing the gap because of their growing and aging population.
The PV inverter market has slowed down from 2011, but several companies could make a positive impact, particularly in markets like China, India, and the United States where growth is still likely.
Both 2010 and 2011 set record growth levels in the industrial motor controls market, with shipments in 2011 increasing 22.3%.
The market for industrial automation electronics equipment had a strong year in 2011, growing revenues by 12.1%