LEDs Magazine News & Insights - Mar 13th, 2024
Industry news, commentary, research, and applications in LED and solid-state lighting technology and markets
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March 13, 2024

In this week’s News & Insights, our Mark Halper follows up the big news on ams Osram’s micro LED prospects with an analysis of insights from semiconductor market researcher Yole Group. Meanwhile, the International Space Station welcomes some new horticultural experiments; a trial in Cyprus shows optimistic results in reducing what’s known as fishing “bycatch”; and we round up several “need-to-know” announcements from industry associations, interest groups, and market-transformation programs.

A quick reminder that virtual programs for LEDucation commence tomorrow and Friday. We’re closing in on our trip to NYC next week. Hope to see you there!

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With its huge write-down prompted by the loss of Apple’s smartwatch, ams Osram will not completely exit the business, but will find markets where OLEDs won’t compete, says Yole Group.
Ultraviolet and algae are under investigation in Japanese and European chambers aboard the orbiting science lab on the ISS.

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Flashing green lights brought down the “bycatch” rate by 42% in a Cypriot trial, preventing deaths.
LEDs Magazine rounds up the latest announcements from LED and lighting industry professional associations, recognition programs, and more.
The amount could approach $1 billion. After long and costly expenditures in Kulim, Malaysia, enough is enough as the company loses its strategic customer, believed to be Apple.
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The new system will reveal more architectural detail while being less visually obtrusive.
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