KYOCERA Develops World’s First Full-Spectrum LED Aquarium Lighting
Innovative technology mimics sunlight at specific underwater depths; designed to optimize growth of corals and marine plants.
Kyoto/London - Kyocera announced that the company developed the world’s first*1 full-spectrum LED lighting for aquariums. Kyocera’s high-color-rendering LED lighting combines its proprietary violet LEDs and RGB (red, green and blue) phosphors to create lights close to natural sunlight at specific underwater depths. Kyocera’s new LED lighting is ideal for growing various water creatures as it reproduces the light close to the natural habitats of corals and water plants. The optical spectrum can also be customized to reproduce the deep blue color for ornamental purposes.meer
KYOCERA designs and manufactures new ultra-small robust ceramic UHF RFID Tags for tool tracking in Aerospace industry
KYOCERA’s new ultra-high frequency RFID transponder is appliable to metal and – due to its robust ceramic package – suitable for reliable tool tracking within the aerospace industry.
Kyoto/London - Within the Aerospace industry, safety issues have special importance. In case of maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services of aircrafts and spaceships, any object that is not where it is supposed to be provides a high risk to safety. These foreign objects include, among others, metal tools used for maintenance services by MRO service providers which are forgotten after servicing the aircraft. If metal tools are left behind in an aircraft after repair services, there exists a high risk of so-called ‘Foreign Object Damage (FOD)’. This describes damages caused by foreign objects that impair the quality, functionality, or economic value, of an aircraft. Estimations show that FOD costs within the aerospace industry amount to some billion Euro per year worldwide.meer
KYOCERA designs and manufactures new ultra-small robust ceramic UHF RFID Tag to trace surgical instruments for the Medical Market
Kyocera’s ultra-high frequency (UHF) RFID transponders are applicable on metal and - due to their ceramic packages - suitable for sterilization processes of surgical instruments in hospitals involving high temperatures, humidity and chemical exposure.
Kyoto/London - Kyocera offers small and robust UHF RFID tags consisting of ceramic packages with a proprietary multilayer structure including a built-in RFID antenna that can increase the read range up to 2X as compared with conventional tags of the same size. In addition, Kyocera has successfully developed a new ultra-small tag with a size of 5 x 2 x 1.5 mm, meaning a further reduction in the tag volume of almost 50 % when compared to the tag with a size of 3 x 6 x 1.7 mm.meer
New KYOCERA Ceramic RFID Package With Embedded Antenna Increases Read Range up to 2X
IoT innovation accelerates expansion of RFID applications in automotive, mHealth, and numerous other markets
Kyoto/London - Kyocera Corporation (President: Hideo Tanimoto) today announced that it has developed an ultra-small ceramic package utilizing a proprietary multilayer structure with a built-in RFID*1 antenna that can increase the read range up to 2X as compared with conventional packages of the same size. Starting mass production in May 2017, the product will be available worldwide in three sizes (from 6x3x1.7mm to 15x5x1.7mm), with an annual sales target of JPY 3 billion by 2020.meer
Toshiba Materials and Kyocera Agree to Collaborate on Development and Production of Nitride Ceramic Components
Kyoto/London - Toshiba Materials Co., Ltd. (President: Kumpei Kobayashi) and Kyocera Corporation (President: Hideo Tanimoto) announced that the two companies have agreed to start full-scale collaboration on development and production of nitride ceramic components.meer