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X8 Octo-rotor unmanned aerial vehicles, UAVs industrial leader.
X8 Octo-rotor unmanned aerial vehicles, UAVs industrial leader.
X8 Octo-rotor unmanned aerial vehicles, UAVs industrial leader.
X8 Octo-rotor unmanned aerial vehicles, UAVs industrial leader.
X8 Octo-rotor unmanned aerial vehicles, UAVs industrial leader.
X8 Octo-rotor unmanned aerial vehicles, UAVs industrial leader.
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  • Nanchang Kingsoon to Expand Capacity with Aixtron Systems

    Nanchang Kingsoon to Expand Capacity with Aixtron Systems

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    Nanchang Kingsoon to Expand Capacity with Aixtron Systems

    Date: 2016 - 06 - 06

      on May 31, 2016 in LED Chips, Phosphors, Optics, Drivers, LED Materials (GaN, GaAs, etc.) and Equipment, LED production equipment – SSLnet Only

     

    Article Type: Feature

      Aixtron reports that Nanchang Kingsoon, a recently founded Chinese manufacturer of optoelectronic devices, has ordered multiple of its MOCVD cluster tools to expand its manufacturing capacities for producing gallium arsenide-based red, orange and yellow (ROY) LEDs and solar cells. Aixtron says that it will deliver all of the systems in 2016.

     

      Each production cluster at Nanchang Kingsoon will consist of two multi-wafer AIX 2800G4-TM reactors with susceptor configurations of 15×4-inch, Aixtron’s newly enhanced system design. According to Aixtron, customers such as Nanchang Kingsoon can benefit from the system’s maximized device yield and throughput, high precursor and hydride efficiencies and the lowest cost per wafer that the improved system design delivers.

     

      “We are looking for a quick production ramp-up since market demand for ROY LEDs and solar cell components is picking up recently. Following an exhaustive search of the current MOCVD technologies for GaAs-based processes, we now exclusively rely on Aixtron’s proven and high-performing AIX 2800G4-TM system for our wafer production. Since it is an extremely efficient manufacturing system, we are looking forward to benefiting from its low cost of ownership,” said Mr. Zhang Yinqiao, general manager of Nanchang Kingsoon.

     

      Martin Goetzeler, Aixtron’s CEO, commented, “We are particularly pleased about another new partnership with a promising semiconductor manufacturer and we are looking forward to accompanying the company’s growth in the long run with our technology solutions.”

     

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  • Titan Airways Installs STG Aerospace System

    Titan Airways Installs STG Aerospace System

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    Titan Airways Installs STG Aerospace System

    Date: 2016 - 06 - 06

      on June 1, 2016 in LEDs for aircraft applications

    Article Type: Feature

      STG Aerospace, a maker of aircraft cabin lighting, announced that British charter carrier Titan Airways is has installed STG’s liTeMood® retrofit LED mood lighting system on its Boeing 757 aircraft. During a cabin re-configuration earlier this week, Titan Airways retrofitted the aircraft lighting for of one of its aircraft for commercial service. The airline will modify its sister aircraft later this summer. Titan Airways adds to the increasing number of airlines across Europe, North and South America that have selected liTeMood®, making it the system of choice for updating cabin lighting for narrow-body Boeing fleets.

     

      According to STG Aerospace, liTeMood® is an easy-to-install retrofit LED mood-lighting system designed to improve passenger comfort and reduce maintenance costs. The blue/white bi-colour system creates a calming and fresh cabin ambiance. The company contends that liTeMood® is a simple upgrade requiring no aircraft modifications. The system uses all the existing wiring, mounting points, connectors, and control panel. STG says that system installation typically takes under five hours and has minimal impact to any other cabin work. The FAA and EASA approved, liTeMood® system boasts improved reliability compared to traditional fluorescent lighting systems, reducing ongoing maintenance and operational costs. The system also offers both a 36kg weight reduction and at least a 50% reduction in power consumption, for improved fuel and electrical efficiency.

     

      Alastair Willson, Director of Titan Airways said, “At Titan Airways we are always striving to improve the in-flight experience and the investment in mood lighting is one more enhancement of the Titan Airways product. We selected STG Aerospace’s liTeMood® system due to their huge experience and expertise in upgrading Boeing 737 and 757 aircraft with LED cabin lighting. The simplicity and speed of installation was exactly as described and the transformation of the cabin was breath-taking. The latest investment follows installation of a state-of-the-art wireless in-flight entertainment system across Titan’s Boeing 757 and Airbus A320 fleets last year.”

     

      Nigel Duncan, CEO of STG Aerospace, commented, “We are delighted that Titan Airways, one of the most prestigious charter airlines in the world, has selected liTeMood® for its Boeing 757 fleet. The installation, carried out at short notice the weekend ahead of a VIP charter operation, was an excellent partnership between STG and Titan engineering teams and is further evidence that liTeMood® has become the clear choice for operators of Boeing narrow-body aircraft.”

     

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  • Samsung Debuts Rollable OLED Display

    Samsung Debuts Rollable OLED Display

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    Samsung Debuts Rollable OLED Display

    Date: 2016 - 06 - 06

      on June 2, 2016 in LED Displays/Billboards, OLED Equipment/Materials – CS/SSLnet

     

    Article Type: Feature

      Flexible OLED displays are not new anymore at conventions. However, Samsung has taken display flexibility to the next level with a rollable OLED display prototype that the company demonstrated at SID Display Week 2016 in San Francisco. Once unrolled, the display measures 5.7 inches and provides an incredible resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 or 336 pixels per inch. The video below comes from Slashgear and YouTube.

     

      The display rivals the quality on any top-of-the-line smartphone. The rollability makes it ultra-portable. It can be rolled into a metal cylinder with a 1 cm (10mm) radius. It is just 0.3 mm thick. The company managed to deposit the OLED material onto a flexible plastic substrate.

     

     

      Samsung has not perfected the prototype yet. Of course, the company hasn’t said how many times it can be rolled before it no longer functions. Also, there is no interactivity with the display itself. Thus far, there is no way to make a touchscreen that is that flexible. A touch layer would increase its thickness and decrease its flexibility.

     

      A viable product would require several more innovations. Besides the issue of adding a touch layer, the company also has to figure out where to put a battery.

     

      LG debuted a somewhat less impressive rollable OLED display earlier this year.

     

     

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  • Freeway Lighting to Distribute Plessey Components in UK and Ireland

    Freeway Lighting to Distribute Plessey Components in UK and Ireland

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    Freeway Lighting to Distribute Plessey Components in UK and Ireland

    Date: 2016 - 06 - 06

      on June 3, 2016 in LED Business News, LED Chips, Phosphors, Optics, Drivers, Single and Multi-chip Packaged LEDs

     

    Article Type: Feature

      Plessey of Plymouth, England, reported that Freeway Lighting has agreed to distribute its LED products in the UK and Ireland. Plessey Semiconductor produces gallium nitride-on-silicon solid state lighting components using its MaGIC™ (Manufactured on GaN-on-Si I/C) LED technology. Freeway Lighting, which is based in Newbury, England, is a lighting component distributor and provider of lighting solutions.

     

      “Freeway is very pleased to be starting this partnership with Plessey. We specialize in the distribution of Solid State Lighting components and have been developing our LED EcoSystem over recent years to include many solutions for our customers. The Plessey products will be an excellent addition to the Freeway Lighting Linecard, complementing the existing product portfolio perfectly,” Ian Wood, technical director of Freeway Lighting said.

     

      “We have been immensely impressed with the skills within Freeway for finding lighting solutions for difficult applications. We are keenly looking forward to working with them and bringing to Freeway some of the innovative lighting technologies and solutions Plessey has built up using our MAGIC GaN on silicon technology,” Giuliano Cassataro, Plessey sales director, said.

     

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  • Hot Picks of the Week May 23-27

    Hot Picks of the Week May 23-27

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    Hot Picks of the Week May 23-27

    Date: 2016 - 06 - 06

    Highlights this week:

      Chinese investors Fujian Grand Chip Investment Fund (GCI) is proposing to acquire Aixtron for EUR 6 per share, which would bring the acquisition value to about EUR 670 million. The investment will mostly be used for accelerating Axitron’s MOCVD R&D, and receiving the needed capital. Company management, structure, and patent portfolio will remain unchanged after the acquisition.

    But there is a catch.

      The German MOCVD maker Aixtron stated as part of its acquisition conditions “a minimum approval threshold of 60% outstanding shares,” which in layman terms means it requires approval from all shareholders that combined have at least 60% stake in the company.

    This could complicate acquisition process significantly. The reason? Aixtron has a very fragmented shareholder structure, where its top six shareholders each have less than 10% stake in the company. Its largest shareholder Argonaut Capital, which has a 7.7% stake in the company is already slightly skeptical about the business transaction, so the outcome of the acquisition will largely depend on shareholders vote.

     

      Other developments to look out for include Epistar’s decision to shutdown its FOREPI EPI-wafer production capacity in Longtan, Taiwan. The company has denied it is laying off 100 employees from the FOREPI factory, and is offering affected employees the option to transfer to a different business department or receive a severance package.

     

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