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19.
February
Une nouvelle expérience de la combustion de granulés - Avec ROBAX® NightView, SCHOTT crée de nouvelles tendances pour les poêles à granulés
Au salon Progetto Fuoco, SCHOTT présente une nouvelle vitrocéramique spectaculaire pour les poêles à granulés

La vitre d’observation noire translucide permet d’observer les flammes et constitue une alternative intéressante aux solutions à double vitrage

SCHOTT sera présent au salon Progetto Fuoco avec une nouveauté pour les poêles à gra-nulés. La vitrocéramique noire translucide ROBAX® NightView atténue non seulement l’aspect éblouissant et souvent agité des flammes. Une fois le feu éteint, elle camoufle aussi la partie technique intérieure, qui n’est pas toujours d’une propreté irréprochable. La nouvelle vitre d’observation sera présentée en exclusivité du 19 au 22 février 2020 au salon professionnel Progetto Fuoco de Vérone, en Italie (hall 9, stand C12).
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22.
January
Chiffre d’affaires en hausse et plan d’investissement record pour SCHOTT
- Année fiscale 2018/2019: les ventes augmentent de 5.1% pour atteindre 2,2 Md€
- Un bénéfice avant impôts de 275 M€ et un bénéfice net de 206 M€
- Des investissements records s’élevant à 320 M€

SCHOTT AG continue ses bonnes performances au cours de l’année fiscale 2018/2019. Les principaux indicateurs financiers continuent de croître ou restent au bon niveau de l’année précédente.
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02.
April
SCHOTT Smart Containers: Entering a new era in digitized pharma manufacturing
In light of the growing need for pharmaceutical packaging innovations and digitalization, international technology group SCHOTT is introducing Smart Containers. The concept enables industry 4.0 for pharma manufacturers to unlock the power of machine vision and big data analytics on pharmaceutical filling lines. Each SCHOTT Smart Container is laser-marked with a unique identifier to create unprecedented traceability throughout the manufacturing process. The technology can be used to improve reject management and line clearance. Other applications include reducing the risk of mix-up, optimizing lyophilization processes, and supporting container-based targeted recalls. Plus d’info
16.
February
Greater visibility with next-generation freezer doors
SCHOTT Termofrost® Slimline reduces the frame dimensions of glass doors for freezer cabinets by half and significantly improves the view of goods

SCHOTT will be presenting a trend-setting market innovation at EuroShop 2020: Thanks to innovative frame construction, the international technology group has succeeded in reducing the dimensions of the profile structure for wall mounted freezer cabinets – by 50 percent com-pared to conventional glass door systems. At the same time, the slim frame design of SCHOTT Termofrost® Slimline is much more energy efficient.
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14.
February
Groundbreaking ceremony for a new SCHOTT pharmaceutical packaging plant in Müllheim
Investment in the three-digit million euro range / 100 new jobs

By breaking ground, the specialty glass manufacturer SCHOTT has given the starting signal for the construction of a new production facility for sterile pharmaceutical primary packaging made of polymer at its Müllheim site in Germany. The state-of-the-art plant is to be built by 2022 with an investment volume in the three-digit million euro range and will then offer 100 additional jobs.
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06.
February
Sights set on the sun – DKIST delivers fascinating first images
The largest solar telescope in the world is using a mirror substrate made of the glass-ceramic ZERODUR® from SCHOTT

The first images from the Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope (DKIST) of the National Science Foundation (NSF) were published end of January: They show unprecedented details of the sun’s surface and offer a preview of the outstanding results that are expected from this 4-meter solar telescope. This imaging quality is made possible by a monolithic 4.26-meter mirror made of the glass-ceramic ZERODUR®. The huge mirror diameter and the extraordinary material properties make it possible to observe structures on the sun that are 25 kilometers in size, although the sun is almost 150 million kilometers away. This equates to observing a pea from a distance of 30 kilometers. The resolving power is thus 2.6 times higher than that of the largest solar telescope to date, the Big Bear Solar Observatory near Los Angeles, which also uses a primary mirror made of ZERODUR®.
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05.
February
SCHOTT extends syriQ BioPure® syringe format to enable optimized administration
The new 2.25mL long syringe was developed for highly viscous biologics, which are administered by use of an autoinjector.

syriQ BioPure® syringes are specifically designed to keep sensitive biologic drugs stable over their shelf life while easing the administration process for patients. The portfolio now includes a new 2.25mL syringe format, which supports both the drug’s and patient’s needs when it comes to administering highly viscous biologics by autoinjector. The new container format will be introduced at Pharmapack trade show in Paris, February 5-6, where SCHOTT is presenting its full range of pharmaceutical containers at booth D60.
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03.
February
Implantable Technology Breakthrough
SCHOTT Primoceler’s bonding process used in a collaboration with Geissler Companies and IRD Glass - Development of safer, non-magnetic implant Implantable devices can be safely encapsulated in miniature all-glass packages using SCHOTT Primoceler’s room-temperature bonding process that allows the use of heat-sensitive materials. This opens the possibility for non-magnetic materials to be used in implantable electronics, which have previously relied on heat-resistant ferrous metals as part of their construction. Plus d’info
03.
February
SCHOTT and WaveOptics Enter Into Strategic Supply Partnership
WaveOptics, the leading designer and manufacturer of diffractive waveguides for Augmented Reality (AR) devices, has launched its new technology platform at the AR VR MR Expo at Photonics West 2020. The new WaveOptics technology platform features waveguides that are ultra-lightweight and offer a wide range of wide fields of view. This next generation WaveOptics platform will exclusively utilise SCHOTT’s RealView™ wafers, the industry’s most advanced high-index glass wafers proven in mass production enabling unsurpassed image quality for the 1.8RI substrate. This partnership marks the latest milestone in the development of a scalable ecosystem for the manufacturing of wearable AR devices. SCHOTT (booth 841) and WaveOptics (booth 8 in Demo Hall) will discuss their roadmap to consumer-AR at this years’ SPIE AR VR MR Expo and during SPIE Photonics West 2020 in San Francisco, Feb. 1-6. Plus d’info
30.
January
SCHOTT launches static ceramic converters for superior luminance in the U.S.
New ceramic material is a strong enabler for compact laser light applications

The trend of the worldwide lighting solutions market is more and more focusing on laser light. These technologies promise manufacturers applications with superior performance in a smaller package, but also – thanks to innovative materials - to optimize performance and reliability of the light sources. Especially for laser-pumped phosphor light sources, experts from the international technology group SCHOTT have developed unique phosphor ceramic converter assemblies, which offer high irradiance and superior luminance. After its successful launch at the CIOE in China last year, SCHOTT will present an advanced static ceramic converters product line at the SPIE Photonics West in San Francisco, California, Feb. 4- 6, 2020. (South Hall, Booth #841) . Integrated on a heat spreader, they enable innovative, compact light sources without moving parts. During the SPIE Photonics West conference program, Dr. Volker Hagemann, Senior Application Manager Ceramic Converters at SCHOTT, will talk about the product and its impact on laser pumped phosphor light sources used in digital projection and specialty lighting.
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30.
January
SCHOTT Advances Single-Use Endoscopes with Cost-Effective High-Performance Illumination
With its SCHOTT® SingleEZ product family, the fiber optic lighting specialist introduces a smart and cost-effective solution for manufacturers of single-use endoscopes. It unites the advantages of glass fiber optic illumination with a modular plug-and-play concept, making the solution accessible to medical device makers without fiber handling know-how. The product family consists of a light guide, a light guide/camera combination and a full package including the light source. SCHOTT will launch the SingleEZ product family at Photonics West in San Francisco, February 4-6 (Booth #841), underpinning its recent entrance into the single-use endoscope market. Plus d’info
29.
January
Enhanced reliability and performance for UV LEDs
LEDs on the UV-B and UV-C spectrum are finding new applications in the medical and industrial sectors. In these demanding areas, efficiency, longevity, and optimal costs per Watt are key factors for their increased adoption. SCHOTT, the international technology group, offers a suite of materials, components and complete LED modules that enable exceptional reliability and performance in uses ranging from IR to UV-B/C applications. New technology, including improved thermal properties and RayVolution®, a highly UV-transmissive borosilicate glass for deep UV applications, will be highlighted at LED Japan, taking place in Tokyo from January 29 - 31. Plus d’info
29.
January
SCHOTT, Inkron, EVG, and WaveOptics: Global AR leaders team up to enable next-gen waveguides at Photonics West
Prominent Augmented Reality (AR) companies join forces to accelerate the journey to consumer-grade AR wearable devices. SCHOTT, Inkron, EV Group (EVG), and WaveOptics present the world's first waveguides made on glass substrate with a refractive index of 1.9 and a matching nanostructured polymer – produced on a 300 mm wafer platform ready for mass production.

SCHOTT, a leading international technology group and the inventor of optical glass, now unveils SCHOTT RealView™ high-index glass wafers with a refractive index of 1.9 and a diameter of 300 mm. These wafers are the basis for high-volume next-generation AR waveguide manufacturing at lower cost per unit, while also maintaining the extremely high precision standards that AR demands. The nanotech company Inkron manufactures the resin that matches the refractive index of 1.9. The resin was used to imprint as many as 24 waveguides on a single 300 mm SCHOTT RealView™ 1.9 wafer using the fully integrated and volume-proven EVG HERCULES® NIL nanoimprint platform. This product combines the glass expertise of SCHOTT and the formulation and resin innovation of Inkron with the standard-setting nanoimprint lithography (NIL) capabilities of EVG by using a renowned waveguide architecture of WaveOptics, the leading optical design house for high-performance waveguides. All companies are united by their aspiration to shape the future of AR. SCHOTT (booth 841), Inkron (booth 5279) and WaveOptics (booth #8 in Demo Hall) will display their parts of the story at the upcoming Photonics West 2020 in San Francisco, Feb. 1-6.
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28.
January
Milestone: Tertiary mirror substrate for the ELT delivered
SCHOTT produces substrates for four of the five mirrors of the ESO telescope / Series production for the giant mirror to start in the spring

The SCHOTT technology group is manufacturing the material for a total of four out of five mirrors for the precise view into space that will be provided by the Extremely Large Telescope (ELT) at ESO (European Southern Observatory). It is considered to be the world’s most powerful telescope in the future. After components for the segmented fourth mirror (M4) had already been delivered in 2016 and the world’s largest convex 4.2 m secondary mirror (M2) in 2019, the tertiary mirror substrate (M3) has now left the SCHOTT headquarters in Mainz. The glass-ceramic substrate, which measures four meters in diameter, is ten centimeters thick and weighs 3.2 tons. It will be finely polished by the French company Safran Reosc for several months before it begins its journey to Chile on top of the Cerro Armazones that is over 3,000 meters high. The ELT is scheduled to have its “First Light” in 2025. Astronomers want to use the giant telescope (total value EUR 1.1 billion) to track down exoplanets outside our solar system, gain detailed knowledge of stars and galaxies in the still young universe and unravel the mystery of dark energy.
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16.
January
SCHOTT® Luminous Diffusers Excel for NIR Wavelengths
New diffuser family offers high-performance light delivery for more effective light-based therapy Plus d’info
2019
10.
September
SCHOTT ROBAX® se tourne vers l’avenir en présentant de nombreuses innovations à l’Expobiomasa
« SCHOTT ROBAX® IN FRONT - THE NEWS » – C’est sous ce titre que SCHOTT ROBAX® invite les visiteurs à se projeter dans l’avenir au salon Expobiomasa de Valladolid (Espagne) du 24 au 26 septembre 2019 (Hall 4/ stand 465). La marque premium séduira les visiteurs avec ses panneaux coupe-feu en vitrocéramique. Par exemple, le revêtement ROBAX® IR Max peut maintenant être combiné avec toutes les couleurs décoratives proposées par la marque. Le revêtement intérieur ROBAX® Magic avec Signature Impressions permet aux fabricants de foyers à gaz de créer des designs et des effets de flammes complètement nouveaux. Plus d’info
06.
May
SCHOTT fait équipe avec SINCAD pour fournir des emballages pharmaceutiques de très haute qualité.
La division Pharmacie du groupe SCHOTT a signé un accord de partenariat exclusif avec la société d’ingénierie française SINCAD, specialisée dans l’étude et la réalisation de machines de contrôle par vision.

Le groupe international technologique SCHOTT et la société française d’étude SINCAD ont signé un accord exclusif de partenariat et de développement visant à renforcer l’expertise de SCHOTT dans le domaine des systèmes de contrôle par vision. Cet accord prévoit que la société française s’engage à fournir exclusivement ses meilleurs systèmes de surveillance et de contrôle de production à SCHOTT et à nul autre acteur d’emballage pharmaceutique dans le futur.
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Salons et événements
28.
May
Salon commercial ECTC - IEEE 70th Electronic Components and Technology, Lake Buena Vista, FL, États-Unis, 28.05 - 29.05.2020
07.
October
Salon commercial Forum Labo, Lyon, France, 07.10 - 08.10.2020
07.
October
Salon commercial Forum Labo, Eurexpo, Lyon, France, 07.10 - 08.10.2020