LIGHTING JAPAN 2013
January 16-18, 2013
Find the latest development in the OLED lighting industry at “LIGHTING JAPAN 2013″, Asia’s key exhibition & conference for LED/OLED lighting.
OLED lighting has finally reached the stage of commercial mass production. While its market potential and impact on the lighting industry are huge, further technical innovation to achieve higher performance and lower cost are required for widespread commercialization of OLED lighting.
To keep up with the latest technical development in this hot industry, why not attend LIGHTING JAPAN 2013, which takes place in Tokyo from January 16 to 18, 2013?
LIGHTING JAPAN is the key event for Asia’s LED/OLED lighting industry, consisting of 3 exhibitions – 5th LED/OLED Lighting Technology Expo, 3rd LED/OLED Light Expo and the new exhibition, DESIGN LIGHTING TOKYO 2013. It gathers 410* exhibitors from around the world, showcasing all kinds of products from components/materials and devices for OLED & LED lighting to stylish design lightings featuring the state-of-art OLED & LED technologies. (*expected)
At the 2013 show, leading companies in Japan such as LUMIOTEC (the first company in the world developing/selling mass produced OLED lighting panels), PANASONIC IDEMITSU OLED LIGHTING (joint company launched by the global giant in the lighting industry, Panasonic), KONICA MINOLTA, EL-TECHNO, etc., will present their latest products and technologies.
Another strength of LIGHTING JAPAN is its co-held Conference, which collects high-profile speakers from top companies worldwide. For the Keynote Session, 3 global giants in the lighting industry will address their strategies on solid state lighting – Klaas Vegter, Senior Vice President of Philips Lighting, Samuel Wu, CEO Asia Pacific of OSRAM and Tooru Shibuya, President and CEO of Toshiba Lighting & Technology.
In addition, other presentations by market leaders are available to get deeper insight in OLED lighting, from market/technology outlook, the latest material/process technologies to cost reduction strategies.