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Abhirabh Basu

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August 23, 2018

Nanobubble generator for aeration in water and wastewater treatment

The company was started by Bruce Scholten and Warren Russell, with a combined experience of 40 years in water and wastewater treatment chemicals and equipment; in 2017, Nicholas Dyner, ex-SVP of RO membrane company NanoH2O, which LG Chem acquired in 2014, joined Moleaer as CEO. To date, the company ... read more.
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Abhirabh Basu

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August 23, 2018

Heavy metal separation in industrial wastewater and acid mine drainage

Uses phosphine-based chemistry combined with off-the-shelf ultrafiltration (UF) membranes for metals separation and recovery from industrial wastewaters Process has a high selectivity down to part-per-billion (ppb)-level concentration for heavy metals and rare-earth metals Company is focused on the ... read more.
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Abhirabh Basu

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August 23, 2018

Electrochemical catalytic organics reduction and energy generation from wastewater

Offers an abiotic fuel cell, originally developed at Imperial College London, for energy-positive wastewater treatment; uses a metal oxide electrode and a unique inorganic catalyst that overcomes the power performance limitations of existing fuel cells Peak power performance is in the range of 5 mW/... read more.
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Venkatesh Konanur

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August 23, 2018

Seemingly every major industrial company is developing its own cloud-based IoT platform these days. Companies like PTC and IBM have developed largely horizontal platforms, covering a variety of industries and use cases. Other companies, like Schneider Electric, offer more vertically focused ... read more.

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Venkatesh Konanur

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August 23, 2018

Hardware and services for mobile network optimization

Parallel Wireless develops network cells that efficiently use different network bandwidths from carriers to reduce interference and claims to deliver cost savings for the operator by increasing the network capacity to accommodate more users. The company differentiates itself by offering a "one-touch... read more.
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Venkatesh Konanur

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August 23, 2018

Digital twin for structural assets

Offers a digital twin software to simulate and identify failures like buckling and crack propagation in structural assets for oil and gas and heavy industries Claims that its digital twin simulation – using its proprietary reduced-basis finite element analysis (FEA) – is 1,000× less computationally ... read more.
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Jessica Hernandez

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August 23, 2018

Circuit-level electrical submetering solution with high current capacity and remote programming capability

CircuitMeter offers a circuit-level energy monitoring solution that includes a meter enabled by current transformer (CT) and voltage sensors, as well as a software application to gather and aggregate building data The newest generation of its hardware was redesigned to achieve a lower cost per ... read more.
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Jessica Hernandez

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August 23, 2018

Dajie, which stands for Distributed Autonomous Joint Internet & Energy, was founded by Fausto Bernardini and Alex D'Elia in 2015; in 2016, the company received an undisclosed amount of seed funding from the Rockstart startup accelerator, and since then, there have been no additional funding rounds ... read more.
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Decarbonizing the Industrial Sector: Power-to-Chemicals

Coverage Areas: Accelerating Materials Innovation More...

Planned Publication Date: Q2 2019

In our recently-published "Decarbonizing the Industrial Sector" report, we introduced electrochemical conversion as a key technology that will allow the chemical industry to decarbonize its operations by replacing fossil-based feedstock with low-carbon alternatives produced from renewable electricity. In this report, we will look at the cost of electrifying key industrial processes, including but not limited to methanol production and ammonia synthesis, as well as the regulatory framework support needed to support the adoption of electrochemical technologies in the industrial sector.

Understanding the Market Opportunity for Metamaterials

Coverage Areas: Accelerating Materials Innovation More...

Planned Publication Date: Q2 2019

In the past four years, understanding of metamaterials has dramatically improved, and novel manufacturing techniques have become more mature. With the demand from communication and other sectors, metamaterials are on the cusp of commercialization. This report will identify key innovations and obstacles, and begin to quantify the market opportunity around metamaterials.

Partnership Opportunities in Polymer 3D Printing

Coverage Areas: Accelerating Materials Innovation More...

Planned Publication Date: Q2 2019

The polymer 3D printing space is becoming more fragmented with hundreds of start-ups, various materials, material form factors, and involvement of large corporations and service bureaus. What is the nature of the polymer 3D printing value chain? How is the partnership network evolving? And, what are the partnerships opportunities in the polymer 3D printing value chain?

Asia's Future City

Coverage Areas: Digital Transformation More...

Planned Publication Date: Q3 2019

Asia's rising urbanization presents numerous opportunities for bleeding edge technology deployment. However, at the same time, lack of traditional infrastructure and a variety of problems from traffic congestion and pollution, will only be amplified as droves of people migrate into cities. While most nations plan to address the immediate needs, several have futuristic aspirations for developing digital societies in a future city. In this report, we analyze the key technologies that will address the demands of Asia's future city as well as highlight the key innovators developing them domestically. 

Connected Car: How Connectivity Will Enable Digital Services in The Vehicle

Coverage Areas: Autonomous Systems 2.0 More...

Planned Publication Date: Q3 2019

The connected car technology space is broad and complex and due to this complexity identifying opportunities can be challenging. This report will look at connectivity and the digital services it enables in the car.

Southeast Asia's Energy Startup Ecosystem

Coverage Areas: Owning the Energy Transition

Planned Publication Date: Q3 2019

Under a drastically different economic and technology backdrop, Southeast Asia's energy startup ecosystem has spawned with accessibility, affordability, and reliability as the top priorities in energy. This report will take a look at the region's energy startup ecosystem and identify the key players leading the cause and the unique sets of challenges they face. As the future global center of energy demand, it remains critical to understand the region to find key opportunities to enter the market with a higher success rate.

Bio-based Intermediate Chemicals Market Growth

Coverage Areas: Accelerating Materials Innovation More...

Planned Publication Date: Q3 2019

This report will assess growth projections of intermediate chemicals given different oil-price environments.

Plastic Recycling Technologies Cost Assessment

Coverage Areas: Accelerating Materials Innovation More...

Planned Publication Date: Q3 2019

This report will model the cost of various plastic recycling technologies in order to assess and compare their respective value propositions.

The Status of Non-metal and Non-polymer 3D Printing

Coverage Areas: Accelerating Materials Innovation More...

Planned Publication Date: Q3 2019

This report aims to define the 3D printing technology landscape for non-metal and non-polymer materials. It answers the following questions: Who are the key players developing other materials in the 3D printing space? What are their technological readiness levels? What does the technology development roadmap look like?

How 3D Printing Software Will Accelerate the Development of 3D Printing

Coverage Areas: Accelerating Materials Innovation More...

Planned Publication Date: Q4 2019

In the last few years, synergies between the design software space and 3D printing have become increasingly apparent. For example, generative design software takes advantage of 3D printing’s ability to expand manufacturability and vastly enlarges the explorable design candidate space. 3D printing simulation software models the stress profile of a part, and therefore predicts part failure before physically printing it. Within the 3D printing community, we are seeing a trend of 3D printing companies developing and strengthening their software components. Several major examples include Desktop Metal’s software for generative design, Markforged’s cloud-based software for part print optimization, and Arevo’s computer-aided design (CAD) and FEA-based software for 3D printing design and simulation. In this report, we review the most relevant 3D printing software technologies and argue that the formation of a 3D printing software thread (design, simulation, manufacturing, as well as workflow management and data security) with data control through the whole process will be crucial for 3D printing at industrial scale. We expect to see more 3D printing companies either develop their own software strategies or to partner with large software companies in the near future.