The international technology group SCHOTT is entering the Indian mobile space through vivo’s smartphone range of vivo V17 Pro and vivo Z1X. With this, the Indian consumer will get introduced to the 130-year old German company’s premium cover glass Xensation® Up.Plus d’info
The leading international technology group in the areas of specialty glass and glass-ceramics, traditionally combines the participation in the customer survey with a donation for a good cause. This year a 5,000 Euro donation benefited the organization Make-A-Wish.Plus d’info
“SCHOTT ROBAX® IN FRONT – THE NEWS” – Under this headline, SCHOTT ROBAX® is inviting visitors to take a look into the future at the Expobiomasa trade fair in Valladolid from September 24 – 26, 2019 (Hall 4/Booth 465). The premium brand will captivate visitors with hot news about its glass-ceramic fire-viewing panels. For instance, the ROBAX® IR Max coating can now be combined with all decorative colors the brand has to offer. The interior paneling ROBAX® Magic with Signature Impressions allows manufacturers of gas fireplaces to create completely new designs and flame effects.Plus d’info
Glass solutions play a key role in improving LiDAR sensors in self-driving cars
When it comes to autonomous driving, light detection and ranging (LiDAR) technologies are the foundation upon which a next-generation machine vision can be built. LiDAR sensors, together with radar and cameras, will be linked by artificial intelligence (AI) to enable the highest level of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS 5) and allow for full automation of all driving functions. However, none of the existing LiDAR technologies on the market today meet the performance and reliability requirements to support fully autonomous driving at a competitive price level. SCHOTT is prepared to propel autonomous driving into the future with the broadest range of high-quality glass components and hermetic packaging available to LiDAR manufacturers and suppliers at scale.Plus d’info
At IFA in Berlin, the world’s leading appliance maker Haier presents new design line of kitchen appliances with SCHOTT MetalLook
The kitchen appliances found in Haier’s new product range combine style and innovative design. Their surfaces shimmer with a stylish stainless steel look which was developed from a pure glass solution without use of metal parts. SCHOTT MetalLook makes it all possible: The unique technology, developed by SCHOTT technology group, perfectly integrates the advantages of the material glass with the high-quality look of stainless steel. Haier, one of the world's leading manufacturers for home appliances, is revealing these products in a distinctive family design at the global trade show IFA, September 6 – 11 in Berlin.Plus d’info
As the newest edition to SCHOTT’s broad product portfolio for the cooking sector, the lighting innovation CERAN EXCITE® enables household appliance manufacturers to realize endless design variations and improvements to form and function, making cooking smarter and more intuitive than before. At the upcoming IFA, consumers can now discover the solution at the Siemens iQ700 activeLight cooktop.Plus d’info
The international technology group SCHOTT held a goundbreaking ceremony for its greenfield pharmaceutical glass tubing plant in Jinyun, Zhejiang.
The capacity expansion comes at a time when China is aspiring to become an innovative global powerhouse. Particularly the pharmaceutical sector plays a key role within China’s innovation roadmap, which is moving from manufacturing generics to new drug development. This shift is further underlined by the “Healthy China 2030” initiative. Subsequently, there is a high demand for premium pharmaceutical packaging made out of Type I pharmaceutical glass in the local market. The demand for high quality drug packaging products is further underlined through government initiatives and ever-growing patient safety standards. The new plant will enable SCHOTT to participate in the advancement of the Chinese pharmaceutical packaging industry. SCHOTT will invest 60 million Euros in the first phase to install a yearly capacity of up to 20.000 tons. The production is scheduled to start at the end of 2020.Plus d’info
SCHOTT will exhibit the next landmark on the road to consumer grade AR/MR glasses in Hall 9 / Booth # 9E20 at China International Optoelectronic Exposition (CIOE), Shenzhen/China, from September 4-7.Plus d’info
The lighting solutions market seek laser technologies for their superior performance in a smaller package, and manufacturers demand sophisticated materials to optimize performance and reliability. For laser-pumped phosphor light sources, SCHOTT experts have developed special phosphor ceramic converter components, which power high irradiance and superior luminance. The international technology group SCHOTT will launch its new static ceramic converters product line at the CIOE 2019 in Shenzen, China (September 4 – 7, 2019). Integrated on a heat spreader, they enable innovative, compact light sources without moving parts.Plus d’info
SCHOTT NEXTERION® PreScora will be featured at the American Association of Clinical Chemistry’s annual scientific meeting and clinical lab expo in Anaheim, Ca., August 4 to 8.
Biotech companies have made remarkable strides developing lab-on-a-chip (LoaC) technology — ever smaller chips that integrate laboratory functions for rapid diagnostic testing. Performing the precise manufacturing steps that these remarkable diagnostic consumables require, such as the application of coating or the printing of barcodes, is getting more difficult and expensive as miniaturization progresses. SCHOTT now eases these challenges by offering NEXTERION® PreScora. These pre-scored substrates can undergo processing steps as a whole and easily be fashioned to their final size afterwards. This lowers production cost significantly while enabling diagnostic consumable and equipment manufacturers to leverage the performance advantages of a high quality glass chip.Plus d’info
Sensors are only as good as their individual components. When they need to function in extreme operating environments or deliver superior and stable optical performance, hermetic packaging and sealing comes into play. SCHOTT has now complemented its vast and long-established portfolio of hermetic packaging components with further ground-breaking innovations: HEATAN™ technology enables reliability in ultra-high temperature applications even beyond 1000°C, while Primoceler™ glass micro bonding enables ultra-miniaturized chip-size sensor packages.Plus d’info
Revolutionary HEATAN™ technology enables less design complexity for sensors operating in 1000°C and above environments
Demands for improved fuel economy and stricter emissions standards, such as EURO 6, are bringing about technical challenges that must be fulfilled by a new generation of automotive sensors. The need for innovative engine management systems and intelligent exhaust treatment technologies will further increase with the likely introduction of EURO 7. These sensors will become increasingly sophisticated while needing to perform reliably in extreme temperatures and corrosive environments. SCHOTT’s revolutionary HEATAN™ technology is able to withstand these operating conditions with superior robustness, while also offering increased competitiveness through reduced design complexity.Plus d’info
July 21, 2019 (UTC), marks the 50th anniversary of the historic moment when the American astronaut Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on the moon. The international technology group SCHOTT AG, an expert on glass and glass-ceramics, used its optical glasses in the lenses of TV cameras and still cameras to help capture these most spectacular moments of manned space flight in fascinating images in the summer of 1969. In the world’s first worldwide TV live broadcast, over 500 million people around the globe watched Armstrong speak the legendary words: “That's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.”Plus d’info
Customers to benefit from complementary portfolio of top quality polymer and glass solutions for breakthrough diagnostics applications
SCHOTT AG, a leading international technology group in the areas of specialty glass and glass-ceramics, has entered into a purchase agreement to acquire the Australian microfluidic company MINIFAB Pty Ltd.Plus d’info
The German technology group SCHOTT is investing an additional double-digit million-euro figure into a new glass tank at its tubing manufacturing plant in Jambusar, India. The expansion follows recent investments at the site including the construction of another additional tank facility just last year. Production of pharmaceutical FIOLAX® tubing from the new tank is scheduled to begin in the second half of 2020.Plus d’info
Manufacturers of Augmented Reality (AR) and Mixed Reality (MR) devices have a new solution to boost user experience by using the new generation of SCHOTT RealView™ high-index glass wafers with a refractive index of 1.9. Deeply immersive AR/MR applications are now possible, enabled by a wider Field of View (FoV) of up to 65 degrees. SCHOTT’s researchers achieved these remarkable advancements by designing a glass formulation meeting the unique demands of the industry. SCHOTT’s Augmented Reality team will be available for technical discussions at booth 1334 at Display Week 2019 in San Jose, California from May 14 to May 16.Plus d’info
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