Kensho Indices

Space shuttle lifting off

The companies in the Kensho Space Index design and build rockets, satellites, launch vehicles and their systems.

A commercial passenger plane flies overhead as a multirotor quadcopter drone is used for aerial photography.

These companies make everything from small components to large drones for recreational and commercial uses.

Robots in a shop window, artificial intelligence

Companies in KBOTS develop robots for a wide variety of uses or part of a supply chain providing specialized products and services.

Hacking hacker cyber security

The Internet of Things underscores the need for cybersecurity, a principal component of all the companies in this index.

Fitbit Charge 2

The companies in KBORG are developing components and finished products for smartwatches, fitness trackers, wearable cameras and more.

A technician checks on a 3D printer as it constructs a model human figure in the exhibition '3D: printing the future' in the Science Museum on October 8, 2013 in London, England.

3-D printing is an important and versatile tool for a variety of industries for quick prototyping and generating large-scale production.

A customer ooks at a Ford vehicle on the showroom floor at a Ford AutoNation car dealership in North Miami, Florida.

KCARS includes companies that create alternatives to transporting people and goods, using autonomous vehicles.

Smart home technology on tablet

From sensors to switches that remotely control a building's energy, security and ambient environment, KHOME companies build these systems.

Companies with nanoscale processes, producing materials or building machines that measure information at the nanoscale are listed on KNANO.

VR

KVR includes companies using technology to layer extra visual or sound content over real-world environments.

DNA Sequencing film strip.

Genetic engineering promises breakthrough medical therapies and diagnostics, plus more nutritious and resilient crops and livestock.

Renewable energy solar and wind power

These companies make it possible to extract power from the sun, wind, water and Earth efficiently enough to compete with fossil fuels.

Solar Subdivision in Colorado

KENERGY includes companies that own and operate clean energy generating assets, including solar energy systems and wind farms.

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