Philips

Philips

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Royal Philips is a diversified health and well-being company, focused on improving people's lives through meaningful innovation in the areas of Healthcare, Consumer Lifestyle and Lighting. Headquartered in the Netherlands, Philips posted 2014 sales of EUR 21.4 billion and employs approximately 108,000 employees with sales and services in more than 100 countries.
 
The company is a leader in cardiac care, acute care and home healthcare, energy efficient lighting solutions and new lighting applications, as well as male shaving and grooming and oral healthcare.
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2020
9 Jul 2020

ASSA ABLOY Joins Zigbee Alliance Board of Directors

The Zigbee Alliance announced ASSA ABLOY Group has joined the Alliance's Board of Directors.
28 May 2020

Philips Launches Wearable for Early Patient Deterioration, COVID 19

The Philips Biosensor is designed to address a new approach to vital signs measurements, supporting surveillance of higher acuity patients moving from intensive care units into lower acuity general care areas of a hospital. The lightweight, disposable biosensor is a 5-day, single-use wearable patch which can be integrated with a scalable hub to monitor multiple patients across multiple rooms.
21 May 2020

DpiX

dpiX is both a manufacturer of x-ray image detectors and a foundry for (primarily) backplanes. It has a Gen 4.5 line spanning 239,000 sq ft, which is the largest outside Asia. It has recently extended its capability to make flexible image sensors using amorphous silicon on flexible polyimide substrates.
30 Apr 2020

NXP Semiconductors

NXP Semiconductors produce various semiconductor components across several markets. 5G will be a key enabling technology for them going forward.
16 Apr 2020

Quantib

Quantib's software is able to detect abnormalities that radiologists can't see with the naked eye. The company makes all the information captured in medical images available to radiologists, so they can detect diseases before symptoms start showing. The AI algorithms developed by Quantib help to identify specific brain disorders months before radiologists could perceive them using conventional methods.
16 Apr 2020

Courage + Khazaka Electronic

IDTechEx analyst Nadia Tsao interviewed Courage + Khazaka Managing Director Georg Khazaka on 5 November 2019. Courage + Khazaka offer a comprehensive range of skin analysis devices for both scientific and cosmetic industries.
28 Feb 2020

OLEDWorks

Dr Khasha Ghaffarzadeh visited OLEDWorks in Aachen, North Germany, to meet with Dr Wolfgang Goergen, Managing Director of the OLEDWorks GmbH. OLEDWorks is the last man standing in the field of OLED lighting production.
4 Feb 2020

Signify

Signify (formerly Philips Lighting) is a major producer of LED and other lighting for professionals, consumers and IoT technology. With €6.4 billion in sales in 2018 and 29,000 employees, it claims to be the world's largest lighting company. The company was spun out from Koninklijke Philips in 2016. This profile discusses Signify and its relevance to the vertical farming industry.
31 Jan 2020

First True Smart Contact Lens

Mojo Vision is building the world's first true smart contact lens, called the Mojo Lens. Mojo Lens is a contact lens with a built-in display that gives people the useful and timely information they want without forcing them to look down at a screen or losing focus on the people and the world around them.
28 Jan 2020

Aito

IDTechEx met with Peter Kurstjens and Oliver Glenz, CEO and BD Director (respectively) of Aito.
24 Jan 2020

Samsung

Samsung is a leader in production of QD displays.
23 Jan 2020

Najing

The company is claimed to have production capability of more than 150 ton per year (QD concentrated solutions).
2 Jan 2020

Infinite Acres

Infinite Acres is a joint venture between American vertical farming company 80 Acres, Dutch horticultural automation company Priva and British online retailer Ocado. Building on the expertise of all three companies, Infinite Acres will work to develop turnkey systems for vertical farming. In December 2019, IDTechEx Analyst spoke with Infinite Acres CEO Tish Livingston.
2019
16 Dec 2019

80 Acres

80 Acres is an American company aiming to bring its wealth of experience in the agriculture and food supply industry to the nascent vertical farming industry. In December 2019, IDTechEx Analyst spoke with 80 Acres co-founders Mike Zelkind and Tisha Livingston, alongside VP of Marketing Rebecca Haders.
21 Nov 2019

Zigbee Alliance Augments its Green Power Program

The Zigbee Alliance announced new branding and certification measures centered around its existing Green Power feature, which is based on energy-harvesting technology and part of the flagship Zigbee PRO standard.
7 Oct 2019

TNO Holst Centre

IDTechEx spoke to Mary Sona, Business Development Manager at Holst Centre.
4 Oct 2019

Healthcare Developments at IDTechEx Healthcare Sensor Innovations 2019

Healthcare Sensor Innovations, a brand-new event hosted by IDTechEx, opened to a packed audience in Cambridge, UK, last week. The event focused on the use of wearables and sensors in enabling the point-of-care diagnostics and continuous monitoring of individuals for health and wellness.
24 Sep 2019

Healthcare Meets Electronics: Event Assesses the Opportunities

Registrations for the inaugural Healthcare Sensors Innovation event in Cambridge on 25-26 September is exceeding all expectations and nears venue capacity. The event is successfully bringing together the linchpins of the healthcare industry with the electronics industry to explore the opportunity in two specific areas: point of care diagnostics and continuous monitoring.
13 Sep 2019

Philips

Phillips also exhibited a range of products at ESC Congress 2019, most of which were imaging equipment or software.
10 Sep 2019

The future of wearables is medical (Part 1)

IDTechEx's most recent report on the industry includes historic data and 10 year market forecasts for 48 different wearable technology product types, of which 20 are types of wearable medical device. These include more traditional medical products such as hearing aids, cardiac devices (e.g. Holter monitors or event monitors) and insulin pumps, but also newer devices such as continuous glucose monitors (CGM) for diabetics, other new electronic skin patches, and other emerging wearable medical device prospects. These products increased their combined annual revenue by $10bn a year in the period from 2010 to 2019, and make up around a third of all of the wearable device revenue in 2019.