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Latest Technology Updates

  After the huge disruptions caused by the COVID-19 crisis in 2020, companies are looking to get back on course and, importantly, build for the future. The past year has poked holes in long-standing norms about how companies operate and how people live. Companies looked at their operations and saw fragile supply chains, untrustworthy information and radically new customer needs. As they’ve adjusted to these realities, the most successful ones have become Experts at Change. The 21st century has been a century of technological change. Several highly commercial and prevalent technologies during the early 2000s have entirely vanished, and new ones have taken their place. We are amidst the 4th Industrial Revolution, and technology is evolving faster than ever. Companies and individuals that don't keep up with some of the major tech trends run the risk of being left behind.  Understanding the key trends will allow people and businesses to prepare and grasp the opportunities. As a busines

Shipping Lithium Batteries Safely

Some most expensive and important components of electric vehicles are the Lithium ion batteries. You can say lithium-ion batteries are the heart of an electric vehicle system because we know around 40 to 50 percent of overall cost only because of Lithium ion batteries. Between 2025 Lithium ion batteries demand for EV application is going to skyrocket as per Government of India we need at least 10 gwh power of lithium-ion cells by the year of 2022 and about 60 gwh energy    by 2025 and 120 gwh by 2030. Epsilon advanced materials Epsilon advance material is the first Lithium ion cell manufacturing company in India they have set up the first Lithium ion in the initial stage they had started their manufacturing mainly for the graphite anode material for lithium ion battery now they are planning from July 2021 they will start the cathode material manufacturing .according to Epsilon advance material they will first of all to invest 60 billion rupees to produce over 1 lakh tones of synthetic