Nepcon Japan 2017 Starts: Light Tech EXPO Focuses On New Applications of Light Sources and UV LED

Nepcon Japan 2017, dashingly large and vibrant, hosted expositions regarding diverse technology of up to 15 fields that are intertwined with one another. Considered as the biggest trade show ever hosted, it invited 2,270 manufacturers, both international and local Japanese companies, for the showcase of R&D and electronics manufacturing technologies. Apart from Nepcon Japan 2017, the longest-running main show consisting of 6 expositions, LED/OLED Lighting Technology Expo –Light-Tech–, WEARABLE Expo, RoboDEX Expo and Smart Automotive Factory Expo are also the highlights of this year. The AUTOMOTIVE WORLD covers the most-discussed automotive technologies, including car electronics, EV/HEV/FCV technology, connected car technology, lightweight techniques, and processing. 

 

The opening ceremony of Nepcon Japan 2017 (LEDinside)
Among Taiwanese manufacturers, Everlight owns the largest booth at the exposition. (LEDinside)
POTIS showcased its automotive LED lights. (LEDinside) 
Kawaso dispalyed its UV LED technology. (LEDinside)
 
 
Reed Japan, the event host, has made some alterations for the trade show, aiming to upgrade the expositions showcasing lighting products and single them out as independent lighting shows. It has announced the future expansion of the LED and sensor displaying area at Nepcon Japan 2018.
 
 
The COB LED of Luminus (LEDinside)
Luminus launched COB LED products featuring 170lm/W and CRI 97. (LEDinside)
The 9th Light-Tech Expo (LEDinside)
 
Recognizing the wide use of LED applications in different expositions, LEDinside reckoned the lighting technology has been highly integrated and introduced to other industries, creating new sectors including Micro LED, UV LED, IR LED, Automotive LED, Sensors, inspection machines, and materials for substrates. More development and introduction of new technologies is expected to emerge, showing that requests from various niche markets have created more dimensions for the lighting industry.
 
 
Japan tested LED-to-LED visible light communication between the Big Sight International Exhibition Court and the TFT Hall. Through smartphone lens, users are able to receive information and messsages from the organizers sending via VLC. (LEDinside)
Tokyo Big Sight-Tokyo international exhibition center (LEDinside)
The trade show uses both east and west halls for 15 expositions. The number of participants is estimated to reach 100,000. (LEDinside)
The booths of Taiwanese manufacturers can be seen in both halls. (LEDinside)
The booth booking for next year's trade show has already begun. (LEDinside)
Nikkiso, a Japanese company, is demonstrating the application of UV LED in water purification systems. (LEDinside)
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