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|Maybe they’ll tidy it up with an interview and/or RNS at some point.
Anyway… big picture… another global company is on our dance card.|
|I assume the video was a blog, or a tweet or a Youtube channel, or something? Can't guarantee all investors will see these things - I certainly didn't - that's what RNSNON is for.
Maybe it is Toyota, but surely that's the sort of prediction Toyota would prefer to keep to itself? While accepting that it's a magazine article not a formal PR, it still seems Ilika should make sure there's no ambiguity about the meaning of such forecasts.|
|Re: ARM, they released a video 21/03/2017 but agree, it would be nice to see an RNS. It would be quite something to see (or have the prospect of) an IKA battery integrated on every ARM chip.
I read the 2025 comment to refer to Toyota’s production of their large car batteries and not the smaller IKA ones.|
|I've really no idea what's going on here. That interview said, for instance: 'ARM and Ilika have teamed to build self-powered system-on-chip beacons which are half way between a wearable and an industrial IoT in order to accurately monitor livestock. Source Ilika.'
Have they ever announced any sort of cooperation with ARM? If there is one, it's good news and should have been notified to the market; if not, what's this all about?
Later, Graeme Purdy says: 'By 2025, we predict they [will] be in production.' By 2025 of course covers any date up to then, including tomorrow, but if that's really their estimate for production, it's more than a little unnerving.|
|At last, a mention of the word stacked, after is it two years of silence?
Probably for next year...or the year after? I sincerely hope not!
Come on Ilika. Get a move on.|
|Anyone checked out the latest newsletter, look at the intro very interesting -
"Earlier this week, Ilika launched its latest solid-state battery product, the P180. This battery has been designed for high temperature operation in industrial and transport applications. It is the latest product from Ilika’s Stereax™ roadmap, which also includes the future launch of miniature batteries for medical implants and higher capacity stacked batteries for sensors with greater power requirements. During the last few months, Ilika has announced two collaborations focussed on the deployment of its battery technology, one integrating Stereax with Sharp photovoltaic devices and the other deploying Stereax in bioelectronics implants. We will be exhibiting and speaking about the P180 at this year’s IDTechEx event next month in Berlin. We welcome customers and partners to visit us at our exhibition booth at the event to discuss how our technology can enable their applications. Over the next few weeks you can also hear us speak in the USA at Nanotech 2017, Battery Power 2017 and the Sensors Expo and Conference".
Definite emphasis on the inclusion of stacked batteries with greater power requirements - sooner rather that later all being well.|
|G Purdy Interview - not the best page layout but worth reading it all imo
|Liking the professionalism and commercial thinking that seems to be going on at IKA. Specific products for defined markets/users and each having tangible benefits.
The PR is also well managed and effective imo: twitter posts/updated banner, press releases/articles/video and updated website with P180 specs and tech info, all synched and delivered on the morning of the launch.
Good job imo.|
|Good to extend the range of customers. P180?
I'm waiting for the all important announcement about multi-stacked batteries. I fear it will be a long wait.|
|Has no-one noticed the new prod launch, a very quiet thread this (just the way I like it)
Should get a resurgence once the news gets noticed, maybe IC will update or do we have to wait for it to get its first licence deal|
|That's interesting Ilika have a new office in Japan ?|
|I doubt a deal with Dyson was ever feasible - I imagine he would want ownership of the ip, but much of it's shared with Toyota and is not Ilika's to dispose of.|
Dyson needs power batteries not micro cells.
I suspect that had he done a deal with Ilika rather than Sakti3 in October 2015 then it would be Ilika he would be ditching now. Neither has achieved what they promised...although I think Ilika has achieved more. As far as I know, Sakti3 didn't even produce a working prototype.|
|Endeavour is the next size up group of batteries that Ika will be launching
Dyson and Syktri3 relationship has ended (licence not being renewed) so leads me to speculate that he needs another partner. Does Ilika hold the key? Prob in a few yrs|
|What is Endeavour and what is this news re Dyson?
Rogk, please don't post at all if you intend to delete.
It wastes so much of our time.|
|Good spot Rog, I always said that Dyson was making a mistake there, just sensed he had been lead up the garden path and should probably now turn his attention to Ilika. For him a steal at say 70m. There is nothing out there that I have seen that rivals us|
|Wait for the first license or Endeavour battery launch before diving in big.|
|Agree Rog we will be back to 80p on the first deal|
|Yes Rogk, I couldn't agree more.|