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Nanomaterials have now gone past the hype, and the subsequent lack of market confidence, and are currently on the path of gaining public confidence and are at a commercial tipping point, so there has never been a more crucial time to commercialise nanotechnology—and this ranges from increasing the production of nanomaterials to industrial scale levels, to the implementation of nanomaterials across many applications and consumer products.
The world of electronics is changing. There has always been a drive to build solid, rigid components, so that they are less likely to become damaged or broken in electronic devices.
The Internet of Nano Things (IoNT) is a convergent point where nanotechnology, the Internet of Things (IoT) and Industry 4.0 meet. The premise of the IoNT is pretty simple, it is essentially a nanoscale version of the IoT.
The manufacturing, industrial and process industries (as well as many aspects in everyday life) are changing from manned, but technology-assisted, processes to autonomous networks; and are being governed by advances in software and improvements in the capability of sensors.
Nanomaterials have a lot of potential in the aerospace industry. Many nanomaterials that are produced today can be used in composites and bring about many benefits over traditional materials—such as making the composite more lightweight and increasing a composite’s tensile strength, durability and resistance to impact
Many parts of the world are on the cusp of Industry 4.0, which promises to bring about a greater degree of automation to industrial processes, manufacturing processes and aspects of everyday lives. Industry 4.0 will leverage the so-called Internet of Things (IoT), which brings together data from a vast array of sensor networks into one centralised location.
Advances in agriculture are always being made to ensure that the food output can meet the needs of an ever-growing population.
The automotive industry is one commercial sector where nanotechnology could, and is starting to, make a big impact. Many people think of using nanomaterials in the chassis of regular automobiles, and whilst this is true, there are many areas within the electric and autonomous vehicle sectors where nanotechnology could play a big part.
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There has been a lot of successful research over the last year into graphene-based ultracapacitors and their implementation into battery modules.