There have been advancements in the research and development of clean energy sources. Hydrogen has been identified as a potential green energy source.
Technetics Semi: The CHIPS and Science Act: What it Means for Semiconductor Manufacturing in the U.S. and Globally
There is at least one market growing despite fears of a global recession and it’s not on everyone’s radar: the aerospace industry.
Aviation contributes to 2% of all CO2 emissions, when aviation adopts green technologies, efficiencies and cost reductions will follow. The most significant barrier to utilizing hydrogen in an aircraft is storage.
The semiconductor industry has seen an explosion since the COVID-19 pandemic began. There is a dramatic demand in the semiconductor chip market. The industry is seeing significant changes in infrastructure.
Technology advances continue to snowball, and it doesn’t appear progress will slow anytime soon.
1. Semiconductors are shrinking in size.
2. Gaming and cell phone improvements contribute to manufacturing changes.
3. Manufacturing companies are outsourcing cleaning services.
The pandemic may have halted many industries from growing, but that is not the case for the commercial space market. Jason Riggs, Director of Strategy at Technetics, discussed the market’s future for 2022.
Because of the pandemic, the commercial aerospace market was profoundly impacted by the sudden disruptions in travel. Jason Riggs, Director of Strategy at Technetics Group, discussed this phenomenon and how the market has rebounded with Host Tyler Kern.
On May 30th, the next chapter of U.S. space exploration began with the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launch to the International Space Station.
ITER means “the way” in Latin, but 35 countries around the globe know ITER as one of the most ambitious energy projects in the world.