Hot Picks of the Week June 8-12

Highlights this week:

  • In an exclusive interview with LEDinside, Osram Opto speaks about its outlook for LEDs in the wearable application market.
  • LEDinside’s latest report on IR LED market for surveillance applications reaches $ 120 million in 2015.
  • Cree recalls some 700,000 LED T8 tube lights in U.S. and Canada.
  • Philips Hue to be included in Apple HomeKit by September this year.
  • A GE survey indicates the UK government is not doing enough to upgrade to more efficient electronic products.

Editor Recommendations

  1. OSRAM Opto: Future Is Bright for LED Components in Wearable Application
  2. LEDinside Estimates Soaring Demands to Drive IR LED Market for Surveillance Applications to $120M in 2015
  3. Cree Recalls LED T8 Tube Lights in North America Due to Burn Hazard
  4. DOE Publishes Updated SSL R&D Plan
  5. Philips Hue to Add Apple HomeKit Support
  6. GE Research: UK Public Sector Risks Locking-In Outdated Technology
  7. Samsung Introduces COB LED Packages with Small LES and Advanced Color Quality
  8. HTC New Smartphone Model Features Three Flash LEDs
  9. Cree Distributor Claims Phoenix LED Tender Process Was Unfair
  10. GILE 2015 Explores Light and Living

What’s Trending

  1. New Boron Compounds for OLEDs
  2. Japanese Researchers Develop Silicon QD-based White-blue LED
  3. Soraa: The Challenge of Flicker in Solid-State Lighting
  4. LRC Program ASSIST Proposes New Method for Evaluating Flicker
  5. LRC Study Shows Uniform Lighting in Parking Lots Provides Better Sense of Security
  6. Levitating LED Bulb Flyte

Government projects

Industry News

  1. Malaysian LED Vendors Generate US $9.86M at LED Expo Thailand 2015
  2. Inspirato Partners with LG Electronics to Equip Select Signature Residences with Curved OLED TVs
  3. U.S. Manufacturer Global Tech LED Partners Up with Jabil Circuit to Enter Indian Market
  4. HC Semitek Applies for Extended Trade Suspension in China
  5. Jake Dyson’s 37 Years Long Lasting LED Task Lights Released in Japan
  6. DuPont Displays and Kateeva Collaborate to Optimize Inkjet Printing for Mass Production of OLED TVs
  7. GPI Acquires Syndicated Loan of US$ 80M
  8. Lighting Tops Energy Efficiency Upgrade in Noesis Survey
  9. Dow Corning: Rapid Growth of LED Lighting Driving Adoption of Advanced Silicone Technologies
  10. Unity Opto Declining Revenue in May Caused by Philips Pricing Strategy
  11. Lighting Science Group Adds Lighting Health Risk Labels to LED Products
  12. Lumileds Publishes Lifetime Data for the LUXEON 3535L Mid Power LEDs
  13. Abby Wambach Kicks Off Cree’s Soccer Lighting Campaign
  14. Cree Teams Up with Abby Wambach in LED Ad Campaign
  15. San’an Opto Suspends Trading on China’s Bourse

New Products

  1. SemiLEDs’ Phosphor Converted LED Chip Series with ReadyWhite™ Phosphor Technology
  2. Lutron Launches Apple® HomeKit-enabled Caséta® Wireless Smart Bridge Lighting Controllers
  3. Samsung Display Introduces First Mirror and Transparent OLED Display Panels
  4. Megaman Adds LED Filament Bulb and Smart Lighting Retrofits to Product Line
  5. Excelite Introduces Polycarbonate Products for LED Lighting Market
  6. Zilog Releases New Receiver and Controller Reference Design Using MCUs for LED Lighting and Sound Controls
  7. EVERLIGHT Exhibits Diversified Lighting Packages at GILE 2015
  8. iLuv Launches Multicolor Smart LED Bulbs

Lighting Projects

  1. Utility Substation in U.S. Transformed into Lighting Art
  2. Iowa Events Center Announces Installation of Musco's LED Lighting System
  3. Rahul Gujarathi Speaks About Design Concept Behind Award Winning OLED Design
  4. Expo Drives Italian City Milan LED Lighting Upgrade
  5. XL Video On Screen with BBC Wales General Election Coverage
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