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  1. Kyocera’s Next Generation of Inkjet Printheads Take Image Quality and Durability to a New Level

    • Printing Devices

    World’s fastest inkjet technology prints on paper, cardboard, plastic, fabric, and other building materials

    Digital printing technology has won a growing share of the commercial printing market — especially where high-quality text and graphics must be printed onto clothing, packaging, tile, plastic or building materials, in addition to conventional paper. ...

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  2. Kyocera and 24M Develop World’s First SemiSolid Lithium-ion Battery System with Improved Safety, Longer Life, and Lower Cost

    • Corporate
    • Solar Electric Systems

    Plans to Build Full-Scale Mass Production System Following Initial Success with Pilot

    In June 2019, Kyocera began pilot production of 24M’s SemiSolid battery technology to validate its use in residential energy storage systems in the Japanese market. Based on the successful pilot, Kyocera recently rolled out its full Enerezza product ...

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  3. From Smartphones to Smart Health: Kyocera’s worlds’ first Gyro-based Carbohydrate Monitoring System

    • Corporate

    The innovative tracker uses pulse wave patterns to measure carbohydrate metabolism.

    Smart, innovative and intuitive To determine the user’s carbohydrate balance, the device must be held against the wrist one hour after eating to monitor the pulse. Mr. Ajima, an engineer at Kyocera’s medical R&D centre and developer of the device...

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  4. Kyocera to Showcase AI, 5G, and Mobility Technologies at CES 2020

    • Corporate

    Company offers a view “Toward the Future” with latest product innovations shown for the first time in the U.S.

    Kyocera’s latest innovations for creating a safe, secure, and comfortable society will be displayed in five categories — AI Solutions, Sensing Technology, 5G Solutions, Advanced Mobility, and Advanced Devices — with selected technologies showcased...

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  5. High-performance ceramic for oxygen measurements

    • Fine Ceramic Components

    Kyocera’s subsidiary, Kyocera Fineceramics Solutions GmbH, formerly part of Friatec GmbH, develops robust oxygen sensors for managing combustion in industrial processes.

    Precise measurement of oxygen content It is essential to know the level of oxygen of a gas or be able to prove its presence in various industrial processes. Measuring the level of oxygen at high temperatures and under difficult conditions, such as wh...

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  6. Kazuo Inamori, Global Entrepreneur and Philanthropist, Receives Honorary Knighthood from HM the Queen Elizabeth

    • Corporate

    Paul Madden, the British Ambassador to Japan (left), and Kazuo Inamori (right)© British Embassy Tokyo The honor, bestowed in Japan by His Excellency Paul Madden, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United Kingdom, during an investi...

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  7. Inamori Foundation Awards the 35th Kyoto Prize to Scientists and Artist in the Fields of "Advanced Technology", "Basic Science", and "Arts and Philosophy"

    • Corporate

    On 10th November 2019, chemist Dr. Ching W. Tang, astrophysicist Dr. James Gunn, and founder of Théâtre du Soleil Ariane Mnouchkine received the Kyoto Prize in the ancient Japanese imperial capital. This prize is considered one of the most important international awards for the lifetime achievements of dignitaries in science and culture, in addition to the Nobel Prize.

    Kyoto Prize 2019 Kyoto Prize: An Honor with Tradition The Kyoto Prize was established in 1984 by Kazuo Inamori, founder of Kyocera, one of the world's leading manufacturers of fine ceramic components for the technology industry based in Kyoto. In th...

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  8. Fine Ceramics in Space

    • Corporate
    • Fine Ceramic Components

    Kyocera, one of the leading ceramic manufacturers, presents its products relevant to aerospace and astronomy applications at Space Tech Expo 2019 in Bremen from November 19th-21st.

    Cordierite mirror CordieriteCordierite is an extremely low thermal expansion ceramic, which is ideal for light-weight designs of mirrors and telescopes. The forming capabilities of Kyocera allow for a more efficient processing and light-weightin...

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  9. KYOCERA Group to Exhibit Innovative Technologies and Products at CEATEC 2019 Tradeshow Oct. 15-18

    • Corporate

    Based on the concept of “Building a Future Beyond Our Imagination with IoT”, a wide range of the latest Kyocera technologies will be on display

    Based on the booth concept of “Building a Future Beyond Our Imagination with IoT,” the Kyocera Group’s latest technologies and products for creating a safe, secure, and comfortable society through IoT will be displayed in 5 zones – Mobility, Open ...

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  10. Kyocera Completed Acquisition of Advanced Ceramic Business of Germany-based Friatec GmbH

    • Corporate
    • Fine Ceramic Components

    Acquisition further expands Kyocera’s fine ceramics sector in Europe.

    Kyocera Fineceramics Solutions GmbH in Mannheim, Germany Acquisition Background and ObjectivesSince its founding in 1959, Kyocera has provided advanced ceramic components for a wide range of markets, including industrial machinery, information dev...

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  11. New Kyocera 5655 Series Board-to-Board Connectors Feature One for the World’s Lowest Stacking Heights, Ideal for Automotive Electronics

    • Electronic Components & Devices

    Stacking height of just 4mm supports applications in limited spaces

    Product name 5655 Series Board-to-Board connector Applications Automotive electronics (millimeter-wave radar, LiDAR, e-mirrors, navigation systems, cameras, etc.), connecting internal boards of electronic equipment 5655 Series Board-to-Board...

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  12. Kyocera Resolves Patent Disputes with Preh GmbH for Haptic Feedback Technology

    • Corporate
    • LCDs and Touch Solutions

    In 2018, Kyocera filed a lawsuit with the Düsseldorf Regional Court against the automotive supplier Preh for potential infringement of a Kyocera patent in the field of haptic feedback. Preh then filed an action for annulment with Germany’s Federal Pa...

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  13. Kyocera and Ube Industries Form Joint Venture to Manufacture Ceramic Filters for 5G Base Stations

    • Corporate
    • Fine Ceramic Components

    Ceramic filters contribute to the deployment of 5G communication networks

    Under the agreement, Kyocera will acquire 51 % of the shares of Ube Electronics, Ltd. (herein “Ube Electronics”; President: Hiroyuki Ikeuchi), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Ube Industries. Kyocera and Ube Industries will then establish a joint venture...

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  14. Kyocera showcases CCX and a multitude of highlights at EMO 2019

    • Industrial Tools

    From September 16th-21st, the ceramics specialist will introduce innovative cutting tool solutions and demonstrate them live in Hannover, Germany.

    New CVD-coated CERMET grade CCX Feeds of up to 800 m/min: CVD-coated CERMET grade CCXAs this year’s EMO highlight, Kyocera presents the new CCX, a CVD-coated cermet for finishing. This allows cutting speeds of up to 800 m/min. Thanks to the new te...

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  15. Back to the Woods

    • Kitchen Products

    Kyocera expands its spice grinder series to include three new wooden designs

    Kyocera’s long-time experience in the development of kitchen knives and kitchen accessories made from fine ceramics can also be recognized in the new wooden grinder. The grinding mechanism made from high-quality ceramic, which is otherwise used i...

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  16. Kyocera to Strengthen Open Innovation in AI and IoT with New Research Center

    • Corporate

    Yokohama, Japan research center will focus on new business development for IoT, AI, robotics, and autonomous vehicles

    Kyocera's Minato Research Center in Yokohama, Japan Kyocera operates three research and development facilities around the Tokyo metropolitan area which focus on software and systems for the telecommunications, automotive, and environmental & e...

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  17. Kyocera Targets 30% Greenhouse Gas Reduction by 2030, Recognized by Science Based Targets Initiative

    • Corporate

    SBT is an international initiative established in 2015 to support the Paris Agreement’s goal of limiting global warming to “well-below” 2 °C above pre-industrial levels. The initiative involves collaboration among CDP, the United Nations Global Compa...

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  18. Kyocera presents its full scope of ceramic components in UK

    • Fine Ceramic Components

    One of the internationally leading ceramic manufacturers, which recently grew its presence in Europe by acquiring a ceramic production in Germany, will demonstrate its full range of ceramic products at Ceramics UK which is taking place on July 10th and 11th, 2019 in Telford, UK.

    Since its establishment in 1959, Kyocera has supplied components for a wide range of markets including industrial equipment, communications devices, medical devices, and renewable energy equipment. Kyocera also supports the progress of numerous other...

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  19. Kyocera and BYD Japan to Collaborate on Integrated Energy System for Electric Vehicles

    • Corporate
    • Solar Electric Systems

    Through supply-demand project, the companies will maximize energy efficiency for electric vehicles, and contribute to “Well-to-Wheel Zero Emission” policy

    Supply-demand control system For this project, Kyocera will develop the energy charge management system to optimally control the supply-demand balance between energy production and consumption by using aggregation technology developed during Virtu...

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  20. Announcement of the 2019 Kyoto Prize Laureates

    • Corporate

    Chemist, Astrophysicist and Stage Director

    Each laureate will receive a diploma, the Kyoto Prize medal (20K gold), and prize money of 100 million yen (approx. 818,000 €). This year’s Prize goes to the following three individuals: Dr. Ching W. Tang, IAS Bank of East Asia Professor at The Hong ...

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