Exhibitors Guide and Exhibitors Forum PDF

Exhibitors Guide and Exhibitors Forum PDF
Society for Information Display
DISPLAY WEEK 2014
EXHIBIT & PRODUCT GUIDE
The Official Directory for the 51st Annual Show
June 3-5, 2014
San Diego Convention Center
San Diego, California
Exhibit Hours
Tuesday, June 3
Wednesday, June 4
Thursday, June 5
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9:00 am – 2:00 pm
I-Zone Hours
Tuesday, June 3
Wednesday, June 4
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Welcome
The Society for Information Display welcomes you to San Diego for
our 51st Annual International Symposium, Seminar and Exhibition.
Both SID and Display Week began in California, and we are pleased to
host our 2014 event in this beautiful city on the Pacific Coast.
We would also like to thank our exhibitors. Many return to the show
year after year, and some are brand-new to Display Week. They all
have great products to demonstrate and fascinating stories to tell –
make sure you visit as many exhibitors as you can, because there is
always a chance to learn something new at Display Week.
Some other good ways to learn on the show floor include the Exhibitors Forum, where you
can listen to exhibitors describe their products and technology areas in detail; the I-Zone,
where you can discover emerging display technologies being created at research labs,
universities, and start-ups; and the Networking Lounge, where you can talk with others
in your field who just may have the display solutions you’ve been seeking.
Enjoy Display Week 2014!
Amal Ghosh
President, SID
Table of Contents
Welcome and Table of Contents ..............................................................................................3
Where to Find It ......................................................................................................................4
Alphabetical Exhibitor Listings ............................................................................5–11, 14–27
German Pavilion ..............................................................................................................12–13
NEW Exhibitors for 2014 ......................................................................................................27
Exhibitors Forum Schedule ............................................................................................28–35
Exhibitors Listed Alphabetically ....................................................................................36–37
Exhibitors Listed by Booth Number ..............................................................................38–39
Product Categories ..........................................................................................................40–44
SID Corporate Members/Exhibitors ....................................................................................44
Meeting Rooms and Floor Plan ......................................................................................45–46
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Where To Find It . . .
Author Interviews – Hall A
Career Recruitment Office – Room 8
Coffee Breaks – located around the show floor and Convention Center
Exhibit Hall B Show Office – At back of Exhibit Hall B
Exhibit Sales Office – Booth 742
Exhibits – Halls B & C
Exhibitor Service Center (GES and lead retrieval) – Bayside Lobby
(behind Exhibit Hall B)
Exhibitors Forum – Booth 1840
Information – Hall A
I-Zone – Booth 145
Networking Lounges – Booths 231 and 1840
New Exhibitors – Look for this Symbol
NEW
Poster Session – Hall A
Press Room – Room 4
Registration – Hall A
SID Membership Desk and Book Sales – Hall A
Speaker Prep Room – Room 3
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Display Week 2014
Alphabetical Exhibitor Listings
3M
1003
3M is a global innovation company that never stops inventing. Over
the years, its innovations have improved daily life for hundreds of millions of people all over the world. 3M has made driving at night easier,
made buildings safer, and made consumer electronics lighter, less
energy-intensive, and less harmful to the environment. 3M even helped
put a man on the moon. Every day at 3M, one idea leads to the next,
igniting momentum to make progress possible around the world. Visit
3M and see what’s new in light management.
Mary Auvin, Marketing Specialist
3M Center, 235-1E-54
Saint Paul, MN 55144-1000
(651) 733-9103; fax: (651) 733-5208
[email protected]; www.3M.com/displayfilms
4JET Technologies GmbH
318
4JET designs laser systems that enable the manufacturing
of displays, organic LEDs, and speciality glass. Applications
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include patterning, annealing, and selective laser ablation
of TCO/ITO layers, semi-conductors, and metals; laser cutting; and laser drilling of glass, as well as custom-made equipment for
R&D and mass production.
Julia Cremer, Marketing
[email protected]; www.4jet.de
Abrisa Technologies
Simon Morgan, Sales and Marketing Manager
1181 Parisien Street
Ottawa, ON K1B 4W4 Canada
(613) 742-5545
[email protected]; www.admetro.com
Adhesives Research
1820
Adhesives Research is a leading independent developer and manufacturer of custom-engineered, pressure-sensitive adhesive (PSA) coated
products for bonding touch-screen and display components while delivering enhanced performance capabilities. e company offers optically
clear, diffuser, melt-flow, encapsulation, and electrically conductive
adhesive technologies along with dual-stage adhesives that cure when
exposed to light. Other technologies include self-wetting adhesives for
surface protection of displays, which are able to be field applied, and
are easily removable. Adhesives Research provides ITO compatible/
non-corrosive electronically clean adhesive technologies. e company
has recently developed the capability to offer a range of adhesive
chemistries at higher thicknesses.
Jan Gumerlock
400 Seaks Run Road
Glen Rock, PA 17317
(717) 235-7979; fax: (717) 235-8320
[email protected]; www.adhesivesresearch.com
502
Abrisa Technologies provides thin-film optical coatings, high-quality
precision glass fabrication, and specialty thin glass. e company
specializes in chemically strengthened high ion-exchange (HIE) aluminosilicate thin glass for displays and touch screens. Other offerings
include large-format screen printing, ITO/IMITO coatings, bus bars,
AR coatings, heater windows, etching and patterning, anti-glare and
shielding, UV and IR coatings, contrast enhancement filters, and more.
Applications include cockpit displays, handheld devices, outdoor displays, digital signage, project ion systems, teleprompters HUD displays,
traffic management systems, vision control systems, sighting and
scopes, scanners, digital imaging, diagnostic equipment, biometric
devices, bar code scanner applications, and more.
Lori Appel, Marcom Consultant
200 South Hallock Drive
Santa Paula, CA 93060
(877) 622-7472; fax: (805) 525-8604
[email protected]; www.abrisatechnologies.com
AD Metro
solutions for extreme environments such as military, industrial, or
vandal-prone applications.
1530
AD Metro is one of the few remaining North American-based touch
sensor manufacturers. Its flagship product is the patented ULTRA
Glass/Film/Glass technology, an industry-leading glass-fronted resistive sensor. is revolutionary enhancement to resistive-type sensors
delivers among the most durable, flexible, and cost-effective touch solutions available. AD Metro specializes in small-volume and customized
projects with reasonable NRE/tooling fees to get customers’ devices to
market quicker and with less risk. To meet the needs of specialized
touch requirements, AD Metro prides itself in developing innovative
Advanced Link Photonics, Inc.
1437
Founded in 1997, Advanced Link Photonics (ALP) specializes in complete display head assemblies with a wide variety of customizable
options for customers in the military, avionics, and industrial industries. ALP has been awarded several patents for sunlight readable
display head assemblies with resistive touch panels, EMI mesh, heater,
and NVIS LED and LED backlight enhanced high-bright LCD screens.
ALP is backed by a strong R&D team and OEM manufacturing facility,
RayShine Photonics Corp. (RSP), in Taiwan. e collaboration between
ALP and RSP has increased ALP’s ability to satisfy all its customers’
needs with greater logistical convenience and affordability.
Minshine Wang, Vice President
2685 Dow Avenue, Ste. C
Tustin, CA 92780-7234
(714) 730-6728, Fax: (714) 730-3667
[email protected]; www.alpincorp.com
AGC Asahi Glass
531
e AGC Group is a world-leading manufacturer and supplier of flat and
automotive glass and a leading producer of display glass, chemicals, and
other high-tech materials and components. AGC has been a noted technological innovator since 1907. e AGC Group does business in some
30 countries and regions worldwide; annual global sales amount to
more than US $13 billion.
81-3-3218-5090
www.agc.com
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AIXTRON SE
1512
Please see German Pavilion listings on pp. 12–13.
AmtouchUSA
1826
Apex Material Technology (AMT) is one of the industry’s only touchscreen “total solutions providers,” producing and designing touch sensors, controllers, and associated electronics and software drivers to
service medical, industrial, and military customers. AMTouch Inc. is
the North American sales office based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and
wholly owned by AMT. AMTouch stocks and provides technical support
for both PCAP and resistive products, as well as custom sensors from
3.5-in. to 24-in. sizes, and touch screen controllers. A full line of stock
projected capacitive screens from 3.5 in. to 21.5 in., with the company’s
PenMount line of PCI controllers, are also available.
Kevin Brown, General Manager
5050 W. State Street
Milwaukee, WI 53208
(414) 847-1814; fax: (414) 445-1968
[email protected]; www.amtouch.com.tw/about-amt/
Applied Laser Engineering Ltd.
1727
ALE is a world leader in the design and manufacture of laser
engraving systems for the production of printing rollers and
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plates for use in various printing and texturing industries
including flexographic printing and flat-screen TV manufacturing, paper and polymer texturing, security printing, and
others. Its range of laser engraving systems includes special purpose
machinery involving a high precision machine bed integrated with
novel mechanisms and optical instrumentation together with specialized electronic, optical, computerized, and laser equipment. ALE is constantly developing its range of products to increase productivity, reduce
production costs, and meet specific customer requirements.
Kyle Dixon, Director’s Assistant
Molesey Business Centre
Central Avenue
West Molesey, Surrey KT8 2QZ UK
4-420894111e+011; fax: 4-4208783135e+011
[email protected]; www.appliedlaser.co.uk
Arrow Electronics
1803
At Arrow OEM Computing Solutions (OCS), the customer’s
mission is Arrow’s mission. From design engineering servW
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ices, global marketing and integration; global logistics; and
business solutions, the company’s dedicated team of experts
brings it all together to help customers deliver the latest technologies
to market—quickly and efficiently. Arrow OCS takes pride in adapting
its services to fit particular needs, processes, and expectations. Its people take customers’ challenges and business success personally. is is
why Arrow remains in constant contact throughout the lifecycle of a
project and why it provides application engineers, field sales personnel,
and a wealth of other resources in the field. Its entire team is committed
to supporting a customer’s project every step of the way.
7459 S. Lima Street
Englewood, CO 80112
(877) 535-9166
[email protected]; ocs.arrow.com
Astra Products, Inc.
521
Astra Products, Inc. is the North American sales and distribution arm
for Clarex products, produced in Japan by Nitto Jushi Kogyo Co., Ltd.
Clarex is optical grade, cell-cast acrylic sheeting formulated into several
distinct product types used specifically for flat-panel displays. Clarex is
available in thicknesses from 0.2mm with available scratch resistant,
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antireflective, antibacterial, antismudge, and other coatings as well as
several nonglare textures. Any color/transmission can be supplied. In
addition to protective filters, Clarex offers acrylic diffuser sheets and
NIR pass, IR block, UV pass and UV block filters, rear projection screens,
and other optical grade products.
Amy Bogin, Coordinator
PO Box 479
Baldwin, NY 11510-0479
(631) 464-4747; fax: (631) 464-4442
[email protected]; astraproducts.com
AU Optronics Corp.
435
AU Optronics Corp. (AUO) is one of the world’s leading providers of
optoelectronic solutions. Based on its profound R&D and manufacturing experience, AUO continues to develop advanced display technologies such as ultra-high resolution, curved displays, LTPS, AMOLED, and
touch solutions. rough product differentiation and value innovation,
AUO is able to provide customers with a wide selection of panel sizes
(1.5 inches to larger than 65 inches) for various applications in today’s
entertainment, commerce, education, navigation, and industrial fields.
Chen Chen, Senior Specialist
No. 1 Li-Hsin Rd. 2
Hsinchu Science Park
Hsinchu 30078 Taiwan
886-3-500-8899; fax: 886-3-577-2730
[email protected]; AUO.com
Beneq
321
Beneq, a leading supplier of production and research equipment for
thin-film coatings, is also the world’s premier manufacturer and developer of thin-film electroluminescent (TFEL) displays. Beneq thin-film
equipment is used for thin-film coatings in solar photovoltaics, flexible
electronics, strengthened glass, and other emerging thin-film applications. Industry-proven Beneq equipment and thin-film experience is
used for improving the efficiency of crystalline silicon and thin-film
solar cells, producing transparent conductive oxide (TCO) coated glass,
and making touch-screen glass more durable.
Marika Starck, Marketing Specialist
P.O. Box 262
Vantaa 1511 Finland
358-9-7599530; fax: 358-9-75995310
[email protected]; www.beneq.com
Bi-Search, Inc.
1131
Bi-Search International (BSI) is a provider of display solutions for the
TFT LCD market. As one of the largest and oldest authorized distributors/value-add centers for LG Display, it offers an array of solutions. In
addition, BSI is at the forefront of LCD optical enhancement technology. e company offers passive and active enhancement capabilities,
which are performed in its on-site clean room. Bi-Search also provides
various levels of integration, from touch-screen attachment to custom
display assemblies. Offering extensive LCD background and the support of its world class manufacturers, BSI looks forward to being your
display solutions company.
Peter Park, Director/Sales & Marketing
15131 Woodlawn Avenue
Tustin, CA 92780-6452
(714) 258-4500; fax: (714) 258-4512
[email protected]; www.bisearch.com/
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BOE Technology Group Co, Ltd.
511
BOE Technology Group Co., Ltd., which was founded in
April 1993, is a supplier focusing on semiconductor display
technologies, products, and solutions. BOE’s accumulated
usable patents currently total over 18,000, with an additional 4,282
patent applications filed in 2013. is recent increase in applications
ranks number two in the world, and patent applications per R&D staff
member rank number one on a global basis.
No.10 Jiuxianqiao Rd.
Beijing Chaoyang District
Beijing, China
86-10-64318888; fax: 86-10-64363965
www.boe.com
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Boron Molecular, Inc.
1704
Established in 2001, Boron Molecular is a leading fine chemical manufacturer specializing in high purity OLED and display materials. e
company was formed around a suite of boronic acid patents (both
process and composition of matter) originally developed by the CSIRO.
Boron Molecular’s combined experience and expertise exceed 30 years
in chemical manufacturing, 10 years in coupling chemistry, and 15
years in ISO and API/cGMP compliance. Add to this diverse skills in
chemical synthesis and process chemistry, and customers are assured
of cost-effective solutions to meet their development and commercial
timeframes.
Ken Sullivan, Director of Sales and Marketing
PO Box 12592
Research Triangle Park, NC 27709
(919) 981-4441
[email protected]; www.boronmolecular.com
Canatu, Ltd.
1708
Canatu is a leading developer and manufacturer of transparent, conductive films and touch sensors for the new class
NEW of demanding touch-enabled devices. Canatu’s transparent
conductive films and touch sensors are based on a new type
of carbon nanomaterial (Carbon NanoBud), and a single-step manufacturing process called Direct Dry Printing. Canatu enables the manufacture of flat, 3-D formable, and flexible touch sensors to service the
rapidly expanding market for mobile and wearable consumer devices,
home appliances, and automobiles. With its innovative technologies,
Canatu offers consumer electronics companies increasing design freedom and customers a superb viewing experience in touch-enabled
devices.
Anne Irmola, Marketing Manager
Konalankuja 5
Helsinki FI-00390 Finland
3-5850566385e+011
[email protected]; www.canatu.com
Carestream Advanced Materials
1713
e future of touch is clear. Consumers want light, flexible devices with
large touch screens and extra-long battery life. Carestream’s FLEXX
Transparent Conductive Films are designed specifically to enable this
fast-moving future of touch.
(See our ad in this Exhibit & Product Guide)
Vishal Shrotriya, Manager, Business Development
1 Imation Way, Discovery 4D
Oakdale, MN 55128
(651) 393-1589; fax: (651) 393-1160
[email protected]; www.carestream.com/adv-materials
Cat-I Glass
1824
Cat-i Glass is a full-service glass fabricator located in South Elgin, IL.
Its fabrication capabilities include computer controlled grinding and
cutting, seaming, washing, screen-printing, anti-fog coatings, antireflective coatings, chemical and heat tempering, oleophobic coatings,
and polishing and assembly of gaskets, adhesives, and sensors. e
Cat-i team has over 75 years of experience servicing customers in fabricated glass components. Cat-I Glass employees use their knowledge
and initiative to provide quality parts that meet or exceed customer’s
expectations. In early 2006 it became ISO 9001:2000 registered.
Ryan O’Connell, New Product Development
PO Box 208
South Elgin, IL 60177
(847) 931-8986; fax: (847) 931-0394
[email protected]; www.catiglass.com
Chi Mei Visual Technology Co., Ltd.
1834
CMVT (Chi Mei Visual Technology Co., Ltd.) a CHI MEI group company,
provides innovative solutions for improving view angle through its proprietary UVS technology. CMVT’s product, Omniwide FILM, greatly
improves the viewing angle weakness of TN panels.
886-6-588-9933 ext. 81501; fax: 886-6-509-1050
www.cmvt.com.tw
Cima NanoTech
412
Cima NanoTech is a smart materials company specializing in the development of high-performance silver nanoparticle-based transparent
conductors. e company’s proprietary SANTE Technology enables a
multitude of markets, from large-format touch screens to capacitive
sensors, EMI shielding, transparent heating, antennas, photovoltaics,
OLED lighting, flexible displays, and more.
Felicia Chia, Marketing Manager
1000 Westgate Drive, Ste. 100
St. Paul, MN 55114
(651) 646-6266; fax: (651) 646-4161
[email protected]; www.cimananotech.com
CODIXX AG
1508
Please see German Pavilion listings on pp. 12–13.
Corning Inc.
703
Corning is a world leader in specialty glass and ceramics. Drawing on
more than 160 years of materials science and process engineering
knowledge, Corning creates and makes keystone components that
enable high-technology systems for consumer electronics, mobile emissions control, telecommunications, and life sciences. Its products
include glass substrates for LCD flat-panel televisions, computer monitors, and laptops; ceramic substrates and filters for mobile emission
control systems; optical fiber, cable, hardware, and equipment for telephone and internet communication networks; optical biosensors for
drug discovery; and other advanced optics and specialty glass solutions
for a number of industries.
Jennifer Jones, Trade Show Specialist
One Riverfront Plaza
MP-HQ-01-E1S19A
Corning, NY 14831-0001
(607) 974-9000; fax: (607) 974-8177
[email protected]; www.corning.com
CreaPhys GmbH
1405
Please see German Pavilion listings on pp. 12–13.
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Daido Steel Co., Ltd.
736
DELO Industrie Klebstoffe GmbH & Co. KGaA
1808
Since its founding in 1916 in Japan, Daido Steel has been a
world leader in specialty steel technology for the automotive
NEW market and other applications. Utilizing its technologies
and production facilities for specialty steel development and
manufacturing, it has developed and commercialized various new alloy
sputtering targets for barrier layers and metal mesh conductive layers
for advanced information display devices.
Yutaka Yoshida, Sr. Manager, Technical Support
2404 Douglas Street
Victoria, BC V8T 4L7 Canada
(250) 361-4300
[email protected]; www.daido.co.jp/en/index.html
DELO Industrial Adhesives is a world-leading developer and manufacturer of customized industrial high technology adhesives and corresponding curing and dispensing equipment. Its experienced teams of
engineers, scientists, and chemists work on fast and reliable solutions
for individual customer needs. At Display Week 2014, the focus will be
on fast light-curing optically clear adhesives for bonding of displays and
touch panels for industrial and automotive applications.
Stefanie Reimers
DELO-Allee 1
Windach Germany 86949
49-8193-9900-264
[email protected]; www.DELO.us
Dark Field Technologies
Dexerials America Corporation
1807
Dark Field Technologies is known for its innovative laser/camera
metrology systems. e company is now introducing NxtGen, a versatile system that combines laser and camera technologies.
70 Robinson Blvd.
Orange, CT 06477-3622
(203) 298-0731
[email protected]; www.darkfield.com
Data Modul, Inc.
627
Data Modul, Inc. is a major manufacturer of high-quality electronic
products and is a leading supplier of flat screens for industrial, telecommunication, automotive, and especially medical markets. In addition,
Data Modul offers complete and perfectly tuned p-cap touch screen and
embedded computer systems based on ARM, Xscale, and x86 architectures. Specialties include LCD, embedded, panel PC, touch, system integration, p-cap, carrier board design, ARM, x86, industrial, SBC,
motherboard, LVDS, display, RGB, monitors and computers, optical
bonding, 4K, and QFHD.
omas Klingl, Exec. VP
275 Marcus Blvd.
Hauppauge, NY 11788
(631) 951-0800; fax: (631) 951-2121
[email protected]; www.data-modul.com
Dawar Technologies, Inc.
1525
Dawar Technologies is a recognized leader in providing resistive and
projected-capacitive touch solutions for the medical, industrial, and
instrumentation markets. e company has design and application
engineering as well as manufacturing facilities in both the U.S. and Asia
to provide global support for its customers. Dawar Technologies is franchised with major distribution companies such as Avnet Embedded
Solutions, Arrow Electronics, and Future Electronics.
Lizzy Stoltz, Product Manager
1016 N. Lincoln Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15233-2132
(412) 322-9900, x335; fax: (412) 322-9958
[email protected]; www.dawar.com
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Dexerials Corporation creates advanced materials for display applications by utilizing its unique set of materials, process, and customization
technology. Providing its customers with superior products and creating value are paramount. As a global leader in Anisotropic Conductive
Film (ACF), Dexerials will showcase its latest ACF at Display Week 2014
in San Diego, as well as its display-enhancing UV curable resin, SVR.
Bryan Aubineau, Marketing Assistant
226 Airport Parkway, Ste. 650
San Jose, CA 95110-3706
(408) 564-6862; fax: (408) 441-0925
[email protected]; www.dexerials.jp/en
Digital View
1127
Digital View was established in 1995 and is a privately held U.S. corporation and a member of the Digital View Group headquartered in the
United Kingdom, with R&D, SCM, and manufacturing facilities in Hong
Kong and China. Its display electronics division is recognized as a leading developer of LCD control solutions for military, marine, broadcast,
medical, and industrial display markets. e company is now represented around the globe by major component distributors and supplies
a host of key OEM manufacturing partners. Its range of LCD interface
products supports thousands of panels from more than 25 different
manufacturers.
Dawn Kersey, Senior Account Manager
18440 Technology Drive, Bldg. 130
Morgan Hill, CA 95037-2881
(408) 782-7773; fax: (408) 782-7883
[email protected]; www.digitalview.com
Display Logic
1827
Display Logic is a display-focused product development and
technology enabler. It develops and markets innovative
NEW solutions for OEM and digital signage customers. Its line of
1500nit LCDs defines the standard for high brightness
LCDs with industry leading performance and features around power,
backlight life, operating temperature, and extended warranties. Its
LCDBase-T innovative single-wire Cat5/6 solutions deliver high-resolution HDMI/LVDS video, up to 95 watts POE, integrated LED driver,
Audio, USB and environmental sensing features. Display Logic gives
customers more unique choices around display visual performance and
interfacing technologies.
(See our ad in this Exhibit & Product Guide)
40 Oser Avenue, Ste. 3
Hauppauge, NY 11788
(631) 406-1922
[email protected]; www.displaylogic.com
DisplaySearch
506
NPD DisplaySearch is a leading provider of reliable information, highly
insightful analysis, and industry events specifically focused on the display supply chain and display-related industries. DisplaySearch empowers decision makers across the globe to make better business decisions
and enhance their strategic efforts by providing the most aggressive
coverage of the display industry. Backed by its parent company, e
NPD Group, DisplaySearch provides a true end-to-end view of the display supply chain from materials and components to shipments of electronic devices with displays to sales of major consumer and commercial
channels.
Laura Castellano, Events Manager
2350 Mission College Blvd., Ste. 750
Santa Clara, CA 95054-1532
(408) 418-1904; fax: (512) 628-3484
[email protected]; www.displaysearch.com
Dontech, Inc.
921
Dontech designs and manufactures glass, plastic, and crystalline optical
filters for LCDs, touch screens, and precision optical assemblies, servicing military, medical, avionic, and industrial electronics markets.
Products include: EMI/RFI shielding optical filters, high-performance
AR coatings, contrast enhancement filters, night vision compatible
filters, and erma Klear transparent heaters. Filters can be purchased
as stand-alone products or integrated/optically bonded for touch screen
and display assemblies. Dontech filters and display enhancement services extend the environmental performance and durability of LCDs to
meet demanding requirements.
Bill Cusack, Sales Manager
700 Airport Blvd.
Doylestown, PA 18902
(215) 348-3010; fax: (215) 348-9959
[email protected]; www.dontech.com
E Ink Corporation
Edge Electronics
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Edge Electronics is an authorized distributor and LCD solution
provider. Edge’s dedication to service separates it from competitors,
and it consistently delivers solutions that exceed customer’s expectations. Edge provides engineering services for display solutions that
enable clients to bring their product to market consistantly on time,
and under budget.
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Mitchell Auerbach, Vice President of Operations/
Director LCD Solutions
75 Orville Drive
Bohemia, NY 11716
(800) 647-3343; fax: (631) 471-3405
[email protected];
www.edgeelectronics.com
eGalax_EMPIA Technology, Inc.
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eGalax_eMPIA Technology, Inc. (EETI) designs, develops, and markets
a wide portfolio of standard solutions such as resistive, surface-capacitive, surface-acoustic wave, and infrared; as well as leading-edge solutions such as a projected-capacitive touch controller for Microsoft
Windows 7 and Windows 8 Logo devices. EETI offers comprehensive
driver support and partners with worldwide sensor makers and tier
brand suppliers to provide a broad-base solution for its customers.
Candice Yang, Sales Account Manager
11F., No.302, Rueiguang Road, Neihu District
Taipei City 114 Taiwan
886-2-87515191; fax: 886-2-27978808
[email protected]; www.eeti.com
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E Ink Corporation is the world-leading developer and provider of electronic paper displays (EPDs) to the market. Products made with E Ink
electronic paper displays possess attributes that enable new advancements in the mobile electronics market, including a paper-like high contrast and appearance, ultra-low power consumption, and a thin,
feather-light form. E Ink technology is ideal for many consumer and
industrial applications, spanning e-Books, e-Newspapers, e-Textbooks,
watches, smartcards, electronic shelf labels, battery/memory indicators, and public information and promotional signs.
Alexandra Morgan
1000 Technology Park Drive
Billerica, MA 01821
(617) 499-6000; fax: (617) 871-6660
[email protected]; www.eink.com
EarthLCD
3184- J Airway Avenue
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
(949) 248-2333
www.earthlcd.com
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EarthLCD is the oldest LCD integrator and color TFT LCD trading company in the world. Since 1994 it has designed and manufactured innovative LCD solutions and sold over 1,000,000 LCDs. EarthLCD.com has
a global supply chain serving medical, industrial, instrumentation, and
educational markets. Custom projects are welcome and at EarthLCD
no order is too small. Earth will be showing a 5-touch, glove-friendly,
all-weather touch monitor module, a $99 smart LCD with Arduino
inside, and the world’s only generally available 10.4-in. x 1-in. color TFT
module. A full line of open frame, LCD kits, and the award winning
ezLCD smart LCD will be shown.
Randy Schafer, CEO
[email protected]
Gary Heppy, VP Sales
[email protected]
ELDIM
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ELDIM has been manufacturing measurement instruments based on
Fourier optics for more than 20 years in order to commercialize key
developments in display technology. ELDIM products are the reference
for faster and easier testing solutions, based on high-performance CCD
cameras, proprietary optics, and advanced user-friendly software.
ELDIM can meet customers’ R&D and quality control needs, providing
solutions in viewing angle and BRDF evaluation of flat-panel displays,
3-D displays, LCD TV, OLED, PDA, films, polarizers, and more. ELDIM
also offers uniformity and mura inspection of whole panel areas, as well
as cockpits, dashboards, monocular, and others; quantitative imaging
for scientific applications; and response time and pattern generation
for display characterization.
Luc Margerie, Logistic Manager
1185 Rue D’Epron (Ancienne)
Herouville Saint Clair F-14200 France
33-2-31-94-76-00; fax: 33-2-31-94-09-50
[email protected]; www.eldim.fr
Ellsworth Adhesives
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Ellsworth Adhesives is a global distributor of specialty chemicals, offering
a wide range of adhesives, sealants, coatings, encapsulants, tapes, soldering products, and dispensing equipment. Ellsworth Adhesives offers the
newest products and latest technologies from leading manufacturers
including 3M, Dow Corning, Dymax, Fisnar, Henkel, Loctite, Lord,
Permabond, and Humiseal. is extensive product line, combined with
the ability to assist clients in the integration of supply, logistics, custom
formulation, and packaging of specialty chemicals, make Ellsworth
Adhesives a perfect fit for manufacturing companies of any size.
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Nick Noskowiak, Marketing Assistant
W129 N10825 Washington Drive
Germantown, WI 53022
(800) 888-0698
[email protected]; www.ellsworth.com
Elo Touch Solutions
sumer electronics, lighting, printing, plastics, and cosmetics industries.
Its market leader products include liquid crystals for LC displays and
new lighting technologies.
One International Plaza, Ste. 300
Philadelphia, PA 19113
(888) 367-3275; fax: (484) 652-5749
www.emd4displays.com
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Elo founders pioneered the touch screen over 40 years ago. Today, Elo
Touch Solutions is a leading global supplier of touch-enabled technology,
products, and industry solutions. e Elo portfolio encompasses one
of the broadest selections of OEM touchscreen components, touch
monitors, and all-in-one touch computers for the demanding requirements of diverse markets, including gaming machines, hospitality systems,
industrial automation, interactive kiosks, healthcare, office equipment,
point of sale terminals, retail displays, and transportation applications.
e Elo touch experience has consistently stood for quality, reliability,
and innovation with over 20 million installations worldwide.
Kerri Holland, Marketing Events
1033 McCarthy Blvd.
Milpitas, CA 95035
(800) 557-1458
[email protected]; www.elotouch.com
Elpa Displays, Inc.
2300 N. Barrington Rd., Ste. 400
Hoffman Estates, IL 60169
(847) 519-7205
[email protected]; www.elpadisplays.com
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eMagin is a leading manufacturer of active-matrix organic LED
(AMOLED) microdisplays on silicon. ese displays perform at
low-power levels and extended temperature ranges, and provide image
performance not possible with LCD technologies. eMagin’s OLED
microdisplays are designed and manufactured in the U.S. Already the
most power-efficient system solution for virtual imaging devices,
eMagin’s OLED microdisplays based on the company’s new OLED-XL
technology feature significant improvements in efficiency luminance,
operational lifetime, and reliability.
Ming Shi, Director of Sales
3006 Northup Way, Ste. 103
Bellevue, WA 98004-8632
(425) 284-5200; fax: (425) 284-5201
[email protected]; www.emagin.com
EMD
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Merck KGaA (EMD), Darmstadt, Germany, is a global pharmaceutical
and chemical company with total revenues of €11.1 billion in 2013.
Innovations by entrepreneurial employees characterize the success of
the company. It operates its businesses in four divisions: Merck Serono
(biopharmaceuticals), Consumer Health (over-the-counter pharmaceuticals), Performance Materials (high-tech chemicals), and Merck Millipore (products for pharmaceutical research and biotechnology). Merck’s
Performance Materials division offers highly innovative materials,
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Headquartered in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, and with offices throughout the
world, Emerging Display Technologies has emerged as a leader in visual
display solutions. Since it commenced operations in 1994, it has grown
to be one of the largest capacitive touch panel and active and passive
LCD manufacturers in the world. rough a clear mission, strong corporate planning,and a culture that focuses on execution of business
strategies, EDT has established a global organization that is strong,
stable, and growing. Its unwavering commitment to capital investment,
manufacturing capacity, and product technology ensures a continued
leadership role in the markets it serves.
Chris Angelou
25 Mall Road
Burlington, MA 01803-4156
(781) 425-5260; fax: (781) 425-5290
[email protected]; edtc.com
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Elpa Displays, Inc. is a leading designer and manufacturer of display
modules. With its broad product and technology offering, it has been
able to capture the attention of OEMs and design firms. Products
include: LCDs, OLED, open frame, TFT modules, touch panels, and optical bonding. Its market strategy is to offer customers superior products
with the best lead times at very competitive pricing. From new applications to continued support of competitors’ obsolete modules, Elpa
Displays is committed to customer satisfaction.
eMagin Corporation
Emerging Display Technologies
Endicott Research Group, Inc.
930
ERG specializes in power conversion solutions for LCD backlights. e
company supports over 300 panels from most major manufacturers of
CCFL- and LED-backlit displays by offering the industry’s widest range
of standard and custom DC-AC inverters and LED drivers. If you have
a backlit LCD, ERG has the inverter or driver to match it for optimal
brightness, maximum lamp or LED life, and dependable performance.
Founded in 1979, ERG understands the importance of matching the
right power supply to your display and application. ERG is ISO9001certified and manufactures to IPC610 standards.
Bill Abbott, Corporate Distribution Manager
2601 Wayne Street
Endicott, NY 13760-3207
(607) 754-9187; fax: (607) 754-9255
[email protected]; www.ergpower.com
Epoxy Technology
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Epoxy Technology, founded in 1966, is a global manufacturer and custom formulator of epoxy adhesives. It offers a complete line of electrically conductive, thermally conductive, optically clear, and photo
curable (UV) materials for display assembly. Display technologies
include haptic, touch-screen, interactive, and flexible. e company is
ISO 9001 certified and RoHS and REACH compliant.
Mark Busa, Sales & Marketing
14 Fortune Drive
Billerica, MA 01821-3972
(978) 667-3805; fax: (978) 663-9782
[email protected]; www.epotek.com
EUROLCDS
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EUROLCDS produces specialized LCD-based products under license or
manufacturing contract. Services also involve buying licenses and/or
developing and patenting of technical concepts for products that are
new to the market.
Ilmars Osmanis, COO
Lielirbes iela 17a
Riga LV-1046 Latvia
371-67550511
[email protected]; www.eurolcds.com
Europtec, Inc.
1503
EuropTec is a manufacturer of acid-etched anti-glare glass, EagleEtch,
and a specialist in glass processing and fabrication for the display industry. Its products include EagleEtch, EagleEtch XS, EagleEtch Tough and
EagleEtch Plus, the display industry’s best performing anti-glare glass.
Additional capabilities include silk screening, chemical strengthening,
heat tempering, cutting, and CNC processing.
Heidi Ruefenacht, Assistant to CEO
423 Tuna Street
Clarksburg, WV 26301
(304) 624-7461; fax: (304) 624-7432
[email protected]; www.europtecusa.com/
vides specially designed A/C boards, TFT LCD modules, open frame
(touch) monitors, various inverters, power supplies, and all required
cables.
Sunny Nam
Baekseok-Dong, ILsanTechno Town 1009
ILsan-ro 138, ILsandong-gu
Goyang-si, Gyenggi-do 410-722 South Korea
82-31-903-6812; fax: 82.31.817.6812
[email protected]; www.fsndisplay.com
Fujitsu Components America
FLEx Lighting, LLC
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FLEx Lighting is a Chicago-based optics company that produces innovative lighting solutions for consumer electronics
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and general lighting luminaires using standard LEDs. Based
on a decade of research, FLEx has created one of the world’s
thinnest and most flexible LED lightguide systems. FLEx’s proprietary
technology works with off-the-shelf LEDs, yet uses up to 80% fewer
LEDs and is 10-20 times thinner than the leading industry methods
for edge lighting. is results in the least expensive and most compact
LED lighting technology to date. It is designed to be the most efficient
LED light diffusion technology available in the market today.
Mike Casper, President
25 East Washington Street, Ste. 510
Chicago, IL 60602
(773) 295-0305
[email protected]; www.flexlighting.com
FLUXiM AG
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FLUXiM is a provider of device simulation software (called
SETFOS) and device measurement hardware (called PAIOS)
NEW to the display, lighting, photovoltaics, and electronics industries worldwide. Its products are used in industrial and
academic research labs for the study of device physics and product
development.
Technoparkstrasse 2
Winterthur 8406 Switzerland
41-44-500-47-70
[email protected]; www.fluxim.com
FocalTech Systems, Ltd.
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FocalTech is an IC design house founded in 2005, specializing in the R&D of DSP algorithm and mixed-signal circuit
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design for touch controlling and display applications. Its
products include capacitive touch panel controller ICs and
TFT-LCD driver ICs. Its operations cover all aspects of design flow,
including IC design, process development, IC packaging technology, IC
testing, product application development and failure analysis, etc.
Monica Wang, Deputy Manager
8F-1, No 32, Gaoite 2nd Rd. Zhubei City
Hsinchu 302 Taiwan
886-3-6672758; fax: 886-3-6675515
[email protected]; www.focaltech-systems.com
Fraunhofer COMEDD
1608
Please see German Pavilion listings on pp. 12-13.
FSN, Inc.
431
FSN is a total TFT LCD solution provider (manufacturer) of choice for
professionals who want the best display solutions. e company pro-
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Fujitsu Components America supplies standard and custom, 4-, 5- and
7-wire, resistive touch panels in 1.8- to 17.3-in. (diagonal) sizes using
film-glass that are designed to fit standard-size LCDs to simplify and
reduce product development time for OEMs.
Beate Heckner, Marcom
250 E. Caribbean Drive
Sunnyvale, CA 94089-1007
(408) 745-4900; fax: (408) 745-4971
[email protected]; us.fujitsu.com/touchpanels
Futaba Corporation of America
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Futaba, founded in 1948, is a global company that manufactures standard and custom displays and touchscreen products. Futaba has a long
and proven track record of supplying to stringent automotive, medical,
industrial, and consumer markets. Futaba technologies include: organic
light-emitting diode (OLED), projected-capacitive touchscreen, touchkey, and touch-switch (PCT/PCAP), vacuum fluorescent displays
(VFDs), and proprietary OleDry (liquid-type desiccant for OLED
devices). Futaba also offers U.S.-based contract manufacturing services
with an impressively broad range of capabilities.
Julie Ryan, Sales Assistant
711 East State Parkway
Schaumburg, IL 60173
(847) 884-1444; fax: (847) 884-1635
[email protected]; www.futaba.com
Gamma Scientific
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With over 50 years of experience in designing commercial light measurement instruments, Gamma Scientific is trusted by the world’s leading organization to provide accurate and reliable results. Gamma
Scientific also operates an ISO/IEC 17025:2005, NVLAP accredited
testing and calibration laboratory.
Anthony Zazo, Technical Marketing Manager
9925 Carroll Canyon Road
San Diego, CA 92131
(858) 279-8034; fax: (858) 576-9286
[email protected]; www.gamma-sci.com
General Digital Corporation, Optical Bonding Lab 1907
General Digital offers a multitude of standard and custom enhancement products and services. Enhancement of consigned LCDs, OLEDs,
plasma displays, or complete turnkey solutions is available. e company possesses the ability to provide enhanced display components
through finished, ready-to-deploy monitors. Backlight enhancement
capabilities range from replacement of Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamp
(CCFL) rails to LED lighting solutions to full custom backlight design.
Sunlight readable and night vision goggle-compatible systems are readily available. Other services include applying antireflective (AR) film
laminations to the front of displays, optical bonding using multiple
adhesives, and various bond configurations.
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German Pavilion
Welcome to the presentation of the Federal Republic of Germany within SID’s Display Week 2014.
The German Pavilion features 10 high-tech companies exhibiting state-of-the-art materials, components, and manufacturing
solutions for electronic flat-panel displays (FPDs).
Despite the fact that nearly all FPDs are manufactured in Asia, Germany offers one of the most innovative supply industries in
the world, throughout the whole value-added chain: from FPD materials and components, manufacturing and process equipment, to system integration and end-usage! Moreover, many basic and groundbreaking developments have been made by
German R&D teams.
Additional information on German products and suppliers is available at the official information center. Experts will gladly
advise on further possibilities of co-operation and answer specific questions.
AIXTRON SE
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AIXTRON is a leading supplier of deposition equipment to the semiconductor industry. Its technology solutions are used by a diverse
range of customers worldwide, enabling themto build advanced
components for electronic and opto-electronic applications.
Brigitte Hampejs, Marketing Communications
Kaiserstrasse 98
Herzogenrath 52134 Germany
49-241-8909-6986
[email protected]; www.aixtron.com
CODIXX AG
1508
The German company CODIXX produces polarizers for the UV,
VIS, NIR, and MIR range, which have been distributed under
the brand name colorPol since 2003. CODIXX is ISO 9001:2008
certified.
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Manz AG, based in Reutlingen, Germany, is a world-leading hightech engineering company with worldwide locations. Founded in
1987, in recent years the company has grown from an automation
specialist into a supplier of production lines. Manz AG has amassed
expertise in six areas of technology, including automation, laser
processes, vacuum coating, printing, metrology and wet chemical
processes. The technologies are deployed in three strategic fields,
the “Display,” “Solar” and “Battery” segments, and are continuously
developed.
Birte Benecke, Project Manager Corporate Communications
Steigaeckerstrasse 5
Reutlingen 72768 Germany
49-7121-9000 0; fax: 49-7121-9000-99
[email protected]; www.manz.com
MDI SCHOTT Advanced Processing GmbH
Christian Gerlach, Marketing & Sales
Steinfeldstrasse 3
Barleben 39179 Germany
49-39203-9630; fax: 49-39203-96333
[email protected]; www.codixx.de
CreaPhys GmbH
Manz AG
1510
If you are looking for innovative glass processing solutions, MDI
Schott offers great experience and new ideas packed in patented
cutting tools as well as customized laser-based machines. The company is expanding the development of its production equipment
utilizing CO2 lasers for ultra-thin glass cutting and green lasers for
drilling, marking, patterning, and coating removal.
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Located in Dresden, Germany, CreaPhys provides R&D and production solutions for its customers worldwide. The company’s
focus lies in solutions for organic electronics research and industry.
Activities include the construction of UHV systems and components for organic thin-film deposition, vacuum sublimation
systems, and thermal evaporators. Another area of focus is the
production of ultra-high-purity materials, which is offered as a
service on both R&D and industrial scales.
Christine-Aya Stahl, Sales & Marketing
Obere Austrasse 6
Mainz 55120 Germany
49-6131-7321-0; fax: 49-6131-7321-101
[email protected]; www.mdischott-ap.com
Novaled GmbH
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Fraunhofer COMEDD offers a wide range of research, development, and pilot production possibilities, especially for OLED lighting, organic solar cells, and OLED microdisplays and sensors.
Novaled GmbH is a leader in research, development, and commercialization of technologies and materials enhancing the performance of OLEDs and other organic electronics. Novaled offers OLED
product manufacturers a unique combination of proprietary technology, materials, and expertise, and is currently the only company in the OLED industry licensing and selling organic conductivity
doping technology and materials for mass production of display
products. Novaled has a strong IP position in OLED technologies,
structures, and materials, with more than 500 patents granted or
pending. Novaled is headquartered in Dresden with offices in Asia.
Novaled’s majority owner is Samsung Cheil Industries.
Ines Schedwill, Head of Marketing
Maria-Reiche-Strasse 2
Dresden 01109 Germany
49-351-8823-238; fax: 49-351-8823-394
[email protected]; www.comedd.fraunhofer.de
Anke Lemke
Tatzberg 49
Dresden 01309 Germany
49-351-796580; fax: 49-351-7965829
[email protected]; www.novaled.com/home/
Overbeckstrasse 39a
Dresden 1139 Germany
49-351-407-916-20; fax: 49-351-407-916-22
www.creaphys.com
Fraunhofer COMEDD
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PolyIC GmbH & Co. KG
1509
PolyIC develops and markets products based on the platform
technology of printed electronics. In the course of this, PolyIC
offers products from fields including touch sensors and passive
devices as well as printed electronics and displays. Touch sensors
based on its PolyTC technology offer transparent, conductive,
and flexible possibilities for touch screens and capacitive keys in
any variants. Printed smart objects from its PolyLogo product
line offer interesting possibilities such as radio activated displays
for the field of marketing.
Katrin Riethus, Marketing & Communications Manager
Tucherstrasse 2
Fuerth 90763 Germany
49-911-20249-0
[email protected]; www.polyic.com
sim4tec GmbH
51st Annual International
Symposium, Seminar, and Exhibition
1506
sim4tec is an innovative, entrepreneurial company focusing on
advanced test equipment for organic material analysis and OLED
design simulation tools.It helps its customers to accelerate the
organic material and OLED development cycles and to reduce
quality cost by organic material analysis in production. Its OLED
simulation software provides scientists and OLED designers with
a deep inside view of the OLED device.
Arnoldstrasse 18b
Dresden 01307 Germany
4.935144665e+011; fax: 4.9351440395e+012
[email protected]; www.sim4tec.com
Springer-Verlag
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Looking to publish your research? Discover Springer’s print and
electronic publication services, including Open Access. Get highquality review, maximum readership, and rapid distribution.
Visit our booth or springer.com/authors. Talk with Editor Tom
Spicer, browse key titles in your field, and buy (e)books at 20%
discount prices. Among highlighted publications are the
Handbook of Visual Display Technology and the Springer Series
in Vision Research.
www.springer.com
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San Jose Convention Center
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Jennifer Derleth
8 Nutmeg Road South
South Windsor, CT 06074-3469
(860) 282-2900, x132; fax: (860) 282-2244
[email protected]; www.generaldigital.com
German Pavilion
Goworld Display (North America), Ltd.
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e German Pavilion information center offers information and services to visitors interested in cooperating with partners and/or looking
for supply sources in Germany.
Monika Langlinderer, Project Manager
Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy
Villemombler Strasse 76
Bonn D-53123
[email protected]; www.sid.german-pavilion.com
Glyndwr Innovations
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Glyndwr specializes in manufacturing unique opticalquality microstructures used in next-generation displays.
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It achieves nanometric finishes, micron-level geometric
pattern fidelity, and can produce seamless masters at the
meter scale and has experience in producing a wide variety of new types
and unique structures for customers, including microlens arrays, pyramids, BEF patterns and diffractive structures. Glyndwr is dedicated
to improving its capabilities even further, so it spends a significant
amount of time and resources on R&D to ensure that customers
can create new and unique films/structures. Come to the booth and
challenge Glyndwr with your ideas!
Fford William Morgan
St Asaph
North Wales LL170JD UK
44-1745-535100
[email protected]; www.ups2.co.uk and
www.glyndwrinnovations.co.uk
GM Nameplate, Inc.
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GM Nameplate is a manufacturer of custom user interfaces, membranes,
elastomers, capacitive touch technologies, and liquid optical bonding of
touchscreens/decorative glass to displays. e company offers quickturn prototyping services through value-added assembly (through
ruggedized applications). In addition, it offers injection and compression-molded technologies. With its vast capabilities, GM Nameplate is
recognized worldwide as a vertically integrated solutions provider.
Elise Harrington, Marketing & Communications Specialist
2040 15th Avenue W.
Seattle, WA 98119
(206) 298-0255; fax: (206) 284-3705
[email protected]; www.gmnameplate.com
Gooch & Housego Orlando
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e Life Sciences and Instrumentation division of Gooch & Housego is a
world leader in optical radiation measurement solutions. e company
designs and manufactures light measurement systems that provide
accurate, repeatable, research-grade measurements in the UV-VIS-NIRIR
wavelength ranges for research, academia, industry, and the military. Its
light measurement systems are designed to provide consistent, precise, and
repeatable measurements throughout the long life of the instrumentation.
Maureen Knowles, Sales & Mktg. Coordinator
4632 36th Street
Orlando, FL 32811-6538
(407) 422-3171, x206; fax: (407) 648-5412
[email protected];
www.goochandhousego.com/products/instrumentation/
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Goworld seeks long-term relationships and offers strong
engineering support, high quality, competitive pricing, and
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quick delivery for projects. It offers a wide range of LCDs up
to 11 in. in TN, VTN, STN, FSTN, Bi-Stable, and TFT.
Goworld is an expert in projected capacitance touch panels with optical
bonding and OGS. It offers 4- and 5-wire RTP, high brightness backlights, and transparent LCD heaters.
Don Feeney, Marketing Director
14925 SE Allen Road, Ste. 203B
Bellevue, WA 98006
(425) 698-1938; fax: (425) 698-1852
[email protected]; www.OrientDisplay.com
GrafTech International
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GrafTech International is a global company that has been redefining
limits for more than 125 years. It offers innovative graphite material
solutions for customers in a wide range of industries and end markets,
including steel manufacturing, advanced energy, and latest-generation
electronics. GrafTech operates 20 principal manufacturing facilities on
four continents and sells products in over 70 countries.
Alex Augoustidis, Market Manager
12900 Snow Road
Cleveland, OH 44130-1012
(216) 676-2252; fax: (216) 676-2250
[email protected]; www.graftech.com
GroGlass
1911
GroGlass is a producer of high-quality anti-reflective and
other metal oxide coatings on glass and acrylic substrates
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for display applications, for both internal and external use.
e product line Sapphire exhibits unparalleled durability,
easy handling, optical performance, and is available in a wide variety
of thicknesses and large sizes. e Sapphire product range extends from
anti-reflective “invisible” acrylic and glass to beamsplitters and high
reflective coatings.
Arturs Rozkalns – Sales Manager
[email protected]
Rihards Meiksans
[email protected]
Katlakalna 4B
Riga, LV-1073, Latvia
371-6750-2910; 371-6750-2911
[email protected]; www.groglass.com
Gunze Electronics
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Gunze USA is a premier source for touch panels. Gunze’s superior quality and innovation in touch sensor technology add extraordinary value
for manufacturers and integrators. Its touch panels deliver the best
touch solutions for all types of environments and touch display applications.
Marshall Jackson, Regional Sales Manager
(512) 961-3228
[email protected]
Dennis Lind, Regional Sales Manager
(512) 826-2014; fax: (512) 252-1181
[email protected]
2113 Wells Branch Parkway, #5400
Austin, TX 78728-6999
www.gunzeusa.com
Hanvon
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Hanvon’s Electromagnetic Resonance Touch (ERT) module utilizes electromagnetic resonance technology to implement powerful, non-contact
handwriting input for digital devices such as e-book readers, GPS navigation, MP4 players, MID, tablet PCs, netbooks, notebook computers,
mobile phones, etc. e electromagnetic pen is very convenient to use,
requiring no batteries or cords to operate. Compared to resistive and
capacitive touch technology, the ERT module eliminates surface stains
and reduces erroneous input, lengthening the operating life of the electronic device in which it’s embedded. e module is designed such that
it has no negative impact on the device’s display, making it perfect for
devices like the e-Book reader. e ERT module, in conjunction with
Hanvon’s Handwriting Recognition software, provides support for
multiple languages, multiple handwriting styles, and Chinese-EnglishArabic number and character recognition.
Tangzhe, Marketing Manager
3rd Floor, Hanvon Tower
Beijing 100193 China
86-10-82786651
[email protected]; www.hanvontouch.com
Henkel Corp.
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Henkel is a total solution provider for adhesives, sealants, and
functional coatings. rough close customer partnership, industry
know-how, and engineering support, Henkel enables innovative design
for handheld devices and displays.
(See our ad in this Exhibit & Product Guide)
Vicky Valery, Creative Services Traffic Coordinator
One Henkel Way
Rocky Hill, CT 06067
(860) 571-5266
[email protected]; www.henkelna.com/optical-adhesive-19801.htm
Hodogaya Chemical
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Hodogaya Chemical is a mid-sized chemical manufacturer based in
Japan. Its primary goal is to develop and produce fine chemicals. Some
of its products are toner additives (CCA) and charge transport materials
for OPC and intermediates used in pharmaceutical and agriculture.
Currently, Hodogaya is focused on the development of its carrier transporters, namely HTM and ETM.
Chieko Isioka
123 Main Street
White Plains, NY 10601
(914) 422-0888
offi[email protected]; www.hodogaya.co.jp
HOLOEYE Photonics AG
1920
HOLOEYE Photonics AG provides services and products in the fields
of diffractive optics (DOE), spatial light modulation (SLM), and LCOS
microdisplay components. HOLOEYE offers a great variety of highresolution LCOS microdisplays, customized packaging, flex cable
design, and custom drive electronics for specialty applications and
markets. HOLOEYE also provides special phase-modulating LCOS
microdisplays for applications like optical tweezing, wavefront correction, holography, or optical switching.
Klaus von Guenner, Marketing
Albert-Einstein-Strasse 14
Berlin 12489 Germany
49-30-6392-3660; fax: 49-30-6392-3662
[email protected]; www.holoeye.com
HOLOEYE Systems, Inc.
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HOLOEYE Systems, Inc. controls the LCOS (Liquid Crystal on Silicon)
microdisplay supply chain from silicon to solution, which allows HSI to
offer mid- to long-term strategies for supply chain management. Today
HSI designs and produces a wide variety of products including near to
eye displays, optical overlay systems, head-up displays, and fully customized LCOS microdisplays. Further, HOLOEYE Systems specializes
in designing, engineering, and manufacturing fully customized amplitude and phase modulated LCOS microdisplay solutions for specialty
markets such as aerospace, fire & rescue service, military & law enforcement, medical & life sciences, and industrial.
Laila SchneiderGossens, Operations Manager
1620 Fifth Avenue, Ste. 550
San Diego, CA 92101
(877) 881-9144
[email protected]; www.holoeyesystems.com
IDC
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IDC offers avionics and industrial displays, specializing in optical bonding, touch screens, sunlight readability, and custom-size LCDs. e
company is AS-9100 certified.
Kim Lee, Director of Operations
1115 Alpha Drive
Alpharetta, GA 30004
(404) 483-8135; fax: (770) 886-3978
[email protected]; www.idclcd.com
IDTechEx
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IDTechEx guides your strategic business decisions through its Research
and Events services, helping you profit from emerging technologies. It
provides independent research, business intelligence, and advice to
companies across the value chain based on core research activities and
methodologies providing data sought by business leaders, strategists,
and emerging technology scouts to aid their business decisions.
Cara Harrington, Marketing Manager
24 orndike Street, Ste. 1A
Cambridge, MA 02141
(617) 577-7890; fax: (617) 577-7810
[email protected]; www.IDTechEx.com
IHS
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IHS is a leading information company providing in-depth insight and
expertise in key areas shaping today’s global business landscape. Leveraging proprietary market data, forecasts, and analyses, IHS Technology
display research spans the entire display value chain, with detailed
coverage of small to large panels, display materials and components,
touch screens, emerging display technology, and intellectual property.
Richard Stanfill, Event Logistics Coordinator
15 Inverness Way East
Englewood, CO 80112
[email protected]; technology.ihs.com/
Impact Display Solutions
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Impact Display Solutions is a premier distributor for top-quality LCDs,
controller cards, industrial motherboards, associated electronics, and
value-added services. It is proud of its relationships with industry leaders such as Innolux, DLC, and Fujitsu, among others. Its focus is on
products with long life cycles from manufacturers with a strong reputation for quality and support.
6010 Cornerstone Court, Ste. 200
San Diego, CA 92121
(858) 634-4800
[email protected]; www.impactdisplaysolutions.com
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INCOM Inc.
1903
Incom produces glass/polymer fused fiber optic faceplates, tapers, and
microstructures. Its products have made critical contributions to drug
research, medicine, and military/homeland security. Over the past few
years, Incom has been a leading supplier of fused fiber optics to the display industry, enabling displays to have any outer geometry imaginable.
Incom’s fiber optics transfer an image, allowing for tactile-programmable
digital displays with tactile feedbac. e optic visually enhances the user
interface by blocking high-angle ambient light and simplifying systems
of numerous displays/buttons. is technology has been used in highend audio mixing, casino gaming, military tanks, and head-up displays
for military aircraft.
Darlene Green, Sales Coordinator
294 Southbridge Road
Charlton, MA 01507
(508) 909-2200; fax: (508) 909-2323
[email protected]; www.incomusa.com
Infinite Trading
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Instrument Systems develops, manufactures, and markets turnkey
solutions for light measurement. e company delivers a comprehensive
range of light measuring products for industrial and research applications. ese include high-performance array and scanning spectrometers
as well as imaging photometers and colorimeters. Key applications are
LED/SSL and display measurement, as well as spectroradiometry and
photometry. Instrument Systems is one of the leading manufacturers
in this area. e associated Optronik Division develops and markets
photometric test equipment specifically for vehicles and the traffic sector.
(See our ad in this Exhibit & Product Guide)
Birgit Seifert
Neumarkter Strasse 83
Munich, Bavaria 81673 Germany
49-089-45-49-43-0
[email protected];
www.instrumentsystems.com/
I-PEX
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I-PEX micro-coaxial ultra high-speed graphics connectors are made by
Dai-Ichi Seiko Co., Ltd., with a focus on “Perfection in Precision.” e
I-PEX Cabline-VS 0.5mm pitch connector is the VESA 16:9 Panel Standard connector. e high-performance Cabline-CA at 0.4mm pitch is
good for 4K UHD high data rate signals. Also, I-PEX has designed FPC
locking connectors called MiniFlex3 (0.3mm pitch), MiniFlex5 (0.5mm
pitch), and the EvaFlex5. e I-PEX MHF RF Antenna connectors comply with the PCIe M.2 and Mini Card requirements. e connectors are
tooled and fabricated to provide strong and clear signal integrity and
feature durable construction.
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Iridian designs and manufactures optical filters and coatings tailored
to specifc display application needs. Products include: 3-D glasses and
filter wheels, anti-reflection/anti-smudge coatings, hot and cold mirrors,
beam-splittters/combiners, and reflective HUD coatings.
Jason Palidwar, Account Manager
2700 Swansea Crescent
Ottawa, ON K1G6R8 Canada
(613) 741-4513; fax: (613) 741-9986
[email protected]; www.iridian.ca
i-sft GmbH
Instec, Inc. designs, manufactures, and sells programmable precision
temperature controllers, microscope hot and cold stages, and automatic
liquid-crystal test equipment for use in LC display research and development andquality control applications.
Zachary Morrow, Product Specialist
5589 Arapahoe Avenue, Suite 208
Boulder, CO 80303
(303) 444-4608; fax: (303) 444-4607
[email protected]; www.instec.com
Instrument Systems
Iridian Spectral Technologies Ltd.
1906
3651 Lindell Road, Ste. D120
Las Vegas, NV 89103
(888) 415-9964
[email protected]
Instec, Inc.
Gregory Young, VP
2305 Donley Drive, Ste. 110
Austin, TX 78758
(512) 339-4739; fax: (512) 339-4745
[email protected]; www.i-pex.com
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i-sft began in 1993 as a specialized division inside the much larger
Siemens organization, focused on the area of LCDs, new at that time.
I-sft was integrated into the Wammes-Group in 2003. From here i-sft
became an internationally active and independent player in the global
display world, concentrating completely on its technological strength
and services. Today i-sft produces tailor-made display products, delivering deep technological consultancy and offering valuable troubleshooting services.
Ruediger Simon, Director Business Development
An der Weidenmühle 2
Gundersheim 67598 Germany
49-6244-9197-300; fax: 49-6244-9197-333
[email protected]; www.i-sft.de
Ito America Corporation
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Ito Group is a technology-centric sales and service organization based
in Japan that is active in all major world markets. Ito excels at understanding how technology is applied in real-world manufacturing situations; this is how it brings value to its customers. Ito Group achieves
this level of expertise and value added by focusing on core abilities,
which are in precision board and FPD assembly.
Kristen Harp, Office Manager
7700 South River Parkway
Tempe, AZ 85284-1808
(480) 998-2250; fax: (602) 296-0483
[email protected]; www.ito-group.com
Iwatani Corporation
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Iwatani Corporation provides high-performance film and
industrial tape products specialized for electronic devices.
NEW Its acrylic foam ISR-ACF series has high shock-absorbing
performance suitable for mobile devices. With its innovative technologies and superb analysis, the ISR-ACF series provides the
possibility of different design concepts that customers can develop
freely. Iwatani also provides various types of industrial tape products
to meet customers’ needs.
Kensuke Kato, Sales
21-8, Nishi-Shimbashi 3-Chome, Minato-Ku
Tokyo 105-8458 Japan
81-3-5405-5797; fax: 81-3-5405-5685
[email protected]; www.iwatani.co.jp/eng/index.php
J. A. Woollam Co., Inc.
527
J. A. Woollam Co. produces ellipsometers for measurement of thin-film
coatings for displays including ITO, a-Si, polysilicon, color filters, glass
substrates, flexible display materials, PET, OLEDs, and more. Ellipsometry is a non-contact, nondestructive technique using polarized light
to determine the film thickness and optical properties of substrates and
films. J. A. Woollam Company provides equipment for use in both R&D
and production environments. Measurement services are also available.
Lisa Huff, Project Coordinator
645 "M" Street, Ste. 102
Lincoln, NE 68508
(402) 477-7501; fax: (402) 477-8214
lhuff@jawoollam.com; www.jawoollam.com
Konica Minolta Sensing Americas, Inc.
Darlene Giordano, Assistant Marketing Manager
101 Williams Drive
Ramsey, NJ 07446
(201) 818-3526
[email protected]; sensing.konicaminolta.us
Kopin Corporation
JDI Display America, Inc.
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Japan Display, Inc. was launched on April 1, 2012, as a new company
for small- and medium-sized displays, formed through the integration
of Sony Mobile Display, Toshiba Mobile Display, and Hitachi Displays.
Changing lifestyles around the world are spurring rapid growth in
multiple fields, for mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets,
intelligent auto electronics, consumer digital cameras, medical, and
other industrial equipment. ese trends are creating an increasingly
important societal role for JDI and the display sector it operates in. e
JDI/KOE booth will demonstrate cutting-edge technologies and products spearheading the evolution of the display industry itself.
Steve Vrablik, Director Sales
2150 East Lake Cook Road, Ste. 315
Buffalo Grove, IL 60089
(847) 484-7096
[email protected]; www.j-display.com
Kimoto Tech, Inc.
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601 Canal Street
Cedartown, GA 30125
(310) 522-5911; fax: (310) 522-5922
[email protected]; www.kimototech.com
KOE-Americas, Inc.
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JDI/KOE was launched on April 1, 2012, as a new company for smalland medium-sized displays, formed through the integration of Sony
Mobile Display, Toshiba Mobile Display, and Hitachi Displays. Changing
lifestyles around the world are spurring rapid growth in multiple fields,
for mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets, intelligent auto
electronics, consumer digital cameras, medical, and other industrial
equipment. ese trends are creating an increasingly important societal
role for JDI and the display sector it operates in. e JDI/KOE booth
will demonstrate cutting-edge technologies and products spearheading
the evolution of the display industry itself.
Dan Mead, General Manager, Sales
1000 Hurricane Shoals Road, Ste. D-100
Lawrenceville, GA 30043-4826
(770) 409-3000; fax: (770) 409-3028
[email protected]; www.koe-americas.com
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Kopin Corporation is a leading developer and provider of innovative
wearable technologies and solutions. Kopin’s technology portfolio
includes ultra-small displays, optics, speech enhancement technology,
software, low-power ASICs, and ergonomically designed smart headset
reference systems. Kopin’s proprietary components and technology are
protected by more than 200 global patents and patents pending.
Lisa Safran, Marketing Communications Manager
125 North Drive
Westborough, MA 01581-3341
(508) 870-5959; fax: (508) 870-0660
[email protected]; www.kopin.com
Kristel Displays
Kimoto Tech is a world leader in film coatings, and continues to develop
new technology and applications. Its production lines comprise automated film and coating delivery systems, computer controlled coating
systems, and precision drying capabilities. e combination of comprehensive manufacturing and advanced research and development facilities allows the company to undertake virtually any film coating project,
from customized formulations and products to an extensive product
line for electronics applications.
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Konica Minolta Sensing Americas provides advanced optical technology
that precisely measures the elements of color and light. Its products
have become a staple in research and manufacturing environments,
helping organizations to meet product quality and operational goals
with less waste, time, and effort.
(See our ad in this Exhibit & Product Guide)
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For more than 30 years, Kristel has manufactured custom and standard
industrial grade monitors for the global market. Applications include
electromechanical configurations for ATM, automotive, test, gaming,
medical, surveillance and many other types of OEM products. Kristel
customizes and enhances LCDs for optical performance, and specializes
in all varieties of touch solutions. e company is registered ISO-9001
(rev 2008).
555 Kirk Road
Saint Charles, IL 60174-3406
(630) 443-1290; fax: (630) 443-1390
www.kristel.com
Kyocera Industrial Ceramics Corporation
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As a leading manufacturer of LCD products, Kyocera provides advanced
technology and high-quality products. With a focus on industrial and
automotive markets, Kyocera offers high-performance, cost-effective
TFT and passive display technology with long-term product availability,
which distinguishes the company as a preferred and reliable supplier.
With its strong engineering team, the Display Division can provide
technical support and guidance from the early design to the production
phase of product development, offering various technical solutions to
customers, including toolkits, touch screen solutions, and assembly
services through its value-add facilities in Plymouth, Michigan, and
Tijuana, Mexico.
Jessica He
5713 E Fourth Plain Blvd.
Vancouver, WA 98661
(800) 826-0527; fax: (360) 750-6184
[email protected]; http://americas.kyocera.com/kicc/
Laserod
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For over 40 years, Laserod Technologies and its predecessor companies
have provided laser micromachining products and services to many
industrial corporations and most prestigious universities in the world.
Laser patterning (restructuring) of transparent conductive displays
coated with ITO, AgN, Ag paste, Au, and more is readily performed.
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Laserod excels in the production and prototype patterning of displays
by laser ablation, especially capacitive touch screens. New for 2014 is a
laser machine that patterns displays to extraordinary micron accuracy
using fast linear motors and travel to 700 mm x 700 mm. Other micromachining operations are hole drilling and the cutting of any thin
material.
Rod Waters, Marketing Manager
20312 Gramercy Place
Torrance, CA 90501
(310) 328-5869; fax: (310) 328-5873
[email protected]; www.laserod.com
LG Display Co. Ltd.
1302
LG Display is a leading manufacturer of thin-film transistor liquid-crystal
display (TFT-LCD) panels, OLEDs, and flexible displays. e company
provides TFT-LCD panels in a wide range of sizes and specifications for
use in TVs, monitors, notebook PCs, mobile products, portable media
players, and GPS navigation systems, as well as panels featured in
devices in professional medical and aerospace industries.
DaeChul Jung, Manager
14th Floor LG Display
128, Yeoui-daero, Yeongdeungpo-gu
Seoul 150-721 Korea
82-2-3777-1937; fax: 82-23-777-0793
[email protected]; www.lgdisplay.com
LINTEC Corporation
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LINTEC has been advancing and combining the core technologies of adhesive and film for many years, drawing on
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and launch innovative products that provide new value and
increased functionally. At Display Week 2014, LINTEC will be showing
novel optical films and adhesives for various applications.
Mary Snow
2-1-2 Koraku
Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 112-0004 Japan
81-3-3868-7737; fax: 81-3-3868-7726
[email protected]; www.lintec-global.com/
Litemax Technology, Inc.
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Litemax Technology, Inc., was established in August of 2000. Litemax
is a leading manufacturer and supplier of very high bright (VHB) sunlight readable display panels in multiple form factors such as its
Durapixel and Spanpixel display brands. Litemax supplies its technology-driven backlight designs in displays used in numerous industries
such as gaming, kiosks, digital signage, medical displays, military
applications, and more. Litemax’s technology is a game changer in the
display industry.
Ray Oribello, Vice President of Sales & Marketing
48531 Warm Springs Blvd., #414
Fremont, CA 94539
(510) 509-7506; fax: (510) 509-6414
[email protected]; www.litemax.com
LMS Co., Ltd.
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LMS is a leading global supplier of core components and
materials. LMS provides its customers and stockholders
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developing and producing materials for display and optical
components through continuous challenge and passion.
340-6, Cheongho-ri, Jinwi-myeon, Pyeongtaek-si
Gyeonggi-do 451-862 Korea
82-31-376-2031; fax: 82-31-421-6446
www.lmsglobal.com/
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Lumineq Displays
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Lumineq Displays, a business unit of Beneq, is a premier global manufacturer and developer of thin-film electroluminescent (TFEL) displays.
Lumineq displays are used in a wide array of applications in mining,
marine and offshore, public safety, medical devices, military/avionics,
and generic industries. e display itself is robust and reliable, and it is
habitually used in extreme environments, often being the only type of
display that can cope with these conditions. Lumineq also manufactures
and develops transparent electroluminescent (TASEL) thin-film displays for applications that combine aesthetics with superior reliability
and a unique viewing experience.
Marika Starck, Marketing Specialist
P.O. Box 4
Espoo 2201 Finland
358-9-7599-530; fax: 358-9-75995310
[email protected]; www.lumineq.com
Luminit LLC
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Luminit is a privately held high-technology company specializing
in custom and standard holographic diffuser solutions. Luminit has
commercial experience that covers areas including LED lighting, biomedical, semiconductor metrology, architectural lighting, and display
applications. Luminit Light Shaping Diffusers are available directly or
through its network of domestic and international distributors.
Peter Zinsli, Marketing Manager
1850 W. 205th Street
Torrance, CA 90501
(310) 320-1066; fax: (310) 320-8067
[email protected]; www.luminitco.com
Macnica USA, Inc.
526
Macnica operates in Silicon Valley to provide distribution
of high-quality electronic components for businesses in
NEW North America. Macnica strives to build lasting ties with
enterprises and developing companies.
Virginia Smith, CSR
2540 N 1st Street, Ste. 280
San Jose, CA 95131
(855) 325-8710; fax: (408) 456-0885
[email protected]; www.macnica.com/web/usa/home
Manz AG
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Please see German Pavilion listings on pp. 12–13.
MBRAUN
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MBRAUN is the world-wide leader in designing and manufacturing
inert gas enclosures and custom system solutions. With the help of its
partners, MBRAUN offers complete clean environment solutions for all
stages of OLED/PLED/OPV research, development, and mass production. From laboratory scale systems with integrated manual process
stations to fully automated production lines, MBRAUN has a complete
solution.
Laura Dix, Sales Assistant
14 Marin Way
Stratham, NH 03885-2578
(603) 773-9333; fax: (603) 773-0008
[email protected]; www.mbraun.com
MDI SCHOTT Advanced Processing GmbH
Please see German Pavilion listings on pp. 12–13.
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Merck KGaA
911
Merck KGaA (EMD), Darmstadt, Germany, is a global pharmaceutical
and chemical company with total revenues of €11.1 billion in 2013.
Innovations by entrepreneurial employees characterize the success of
the company. It operates its businesses in four divisions: Merck Serono
(biopharmaceuticals), Consumer Health (over-the-counter pharmaceuticals), Performance Materials (high-tech chemicals), and Merck Millipore (products for pharmaceutical research and biotechnology). Merck’s
Performance Materials division offers highly innovative materials,
advanced technologies, and high-tech chemicals to clients in the consumer electronics, lighting, printing, plastics, and cosmetics industries.
Its market leader products include liquid crystals for LC displays and
new lighting technologies.
Clemens Gruetz
Frankfurter Strasse 250
Darmstadt 64293 Germany
49-6151-72-0; fax: 49-6151-72-2000
[email protected]; www.merck4displays.com
MITAS Electronics
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MITAS Electronics designs, develops, and manufactures micro-coaxial
cable assemblies for electronic flat-panel displays and related industries.
Terrell Simpson, President
2600 East Old Settlers Blvd.
Round Rock, TX 78665
(512) 635-7302; fax: (512) 252-1290
[email protected]; www.mitaselectronics.com
Mitsubishi Electric US, Inc.
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Mitsubishi Electric’s leading-edge TFT-LCD modules are designed for
high reliability, optimal visibility, and enhanced viewability, ensuring
optimum performance and excellent color quality in a broad range of
indoor and outdoor operating environments.
Yoshifumi DOi, Senior Field Application Engineer
5201 Great America Parkway, Ste. 332
Santa Clara, CA 95054
(408) 727-3111; fax: (408) 727-2689
[email protected];
www.mitsubishielectric.com/semiconductors/index.html
Molecular Imprints
833
Molecular Imprints is a market and technology leader for high-resolution,
low cost-of-ownership nanoimprint lithography systems and extremely
small features required in today’s state-of-the-art devices. Its J-FIL
technology has further applications in emerging display technology,
hard disk drives, light emitting diodes (LEDs), and biotechnology markets.
Michael N Miller, Business Development and Marketing Manager
1807 West Braker Lane, Bldg. C-100
Austin, TX 78758
(512) 339-7760; fax: (512) 339-3799
[email protected]; www.molecularimprints.com
Momentive Performance Materials
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Momentive Performance Materials is a global corporation
involved in the manufacture of silicone-based specialty
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products. Momentive’s silicones offer high-performance
materials solutions for current and future display technology. e material portfolio for the display industry includes electrode
coatings, optical bonding/potting/coatings, formed-in-place gasket
(FIPG) sealants, adhesives, potting compounds, and thermal interface
materials. Typical applications include optical bonding, ITO/silver
electrode coatings, OLED potting, formed-in-place gaskets (FIPG), thermal
interface materials, and assembly adhesives. Material solutions include
room temperature and UV cure encapsulants, UV cure or heat cure optically clear adhesives, optically clear high-purity heat cure adhesives,
Ti controlled room-temperature cure adhesives, thermally conductive
adhesives/gels/greases, and fast-cure/high-purity adhesives.
David Stoddard, Senior Account Manager
260 Hudson River Road
Waterford, NY 12188
(800) 295-2392
[email protected]; www.momentive.com
Nagase America Corporation California Branch
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In the field of electronics, Nagase offers trading, marketing, research,
and development, as well as manufacturing and processing functions
that make the company “a technology and intelligence-oriented
company that turns wisdom into business.”
Hiro Sakoda, Assistant Sales Manager
2880 Lakeside Drive, Ste. 320
Santa Clara, CA 95054-2814
(408) 235-1748; fax: (408) 567-9729
[email protected]; http://www.nagase.co.jp/
Nanofilm
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Nanofilm, founded in 1985, is the maker of Clarity UltraSEAL and a
global optical leader in lens care and coatings. Millions of people around
the world use Nanofilm products, including Clarity Clean It, Clarity
Defog It, and other lens care products. e Nanofilm team works closely
with companies to identify needs and develop solutions aligned with
their specific requirements.
John Dietrich, Manager, Product Development
10111 Sweet Valley Drive
Valley View, OH 44125
(216) 447-1199; fax: (216) 447-1137
[email protected]; www.nanofilmtechnology.com
Nanosys
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Nanosys is leading the development of quantum dot technology for
displays. Since its founding in 2001, the company has partnered with
leading display makers in creating standout tablets, TVs, and smartphones that are thinner, lighter, brighter, and more colorful than ever
before. While most of the innovative work Nanosys does can be measured in atomic units, the true impact of its technology advancements
reaches far beyond the beautiful and vibrant devices consumers hold
in their hands.
Jeff Yurek, Corporate Communications
233 S. Hillview Drive
Milpitas, CA 95035
(408) 240-6700; fax: (408) 240-6900
jeff[email protected]; www.nanosysinc.com
Nicomatic
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Nicomatic is a global designer and manufacturer of electronic connectors and Flat Flex Cable (FFC) used in a broad range of industries and
applications. CrimpFlex (for FPC, FFC and printed electronics) and
CMM (mil/aero) connectors carry power, information, and video
between printed circuit boards and cable assemblies. Nicomatic FFC is
manufactured in the US with 2-week lead times and custom variations
including selective gold plating or EMI/RFI shielding capabilities.
Natalie Schweiker, Marketing Assistant
165 Veterans Way, Unit 200
Warminster, PA 18974-3529
(215) 444-9580, x217
[email protected]; www.nicomatic.com
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NIDEK Co., Ltd.
635
NIDEK coating technology controls visible and invisible
light to offer anti-reflection and transmittance/reflectance
NEW of specific wavelengths. e coatings also provide functions
like surface protection and anti-smudge.
Takuya Noguchi, Assistant Manager
27-4 Osawa, Katahara-cho
Gamagori Aichi 443-0104 Japan
[email protected]; www.nidek-intl.com/coating/index.html
nLIGHT
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nLIGHT is a leading supplier of high-performance lasers that enable
innovations in advanced materials processing, defense, and medical
applications. nLIGHT develops and manufactures diode lasers, fiber,
and fiber lasers, based on proprietary semiconductor lasers and optical
fiber technology.
5408 NE 88th Street Bldg. E
Vancouver, WA 98665
(360) 566-4460
nlight.net/
NLT Technologies, Ltd.
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NLT Technologies is a leader in the development and manufacture of
AMLCD modules for industrial and medical applications since the
1990s, offering displays from 4.3 in. to 21.3 in. in various resolutions
and feature sets — available in the Americas through Tianma NLT
America, Inc. Tianma NLT America, Inc. offers AMLCD products and
solutions from NLT Technologies, Ltd., and Tianma Microelectronics
with responsibility for sales, marketing, and engineering support
of NLT’s products, and manages Tianma USA’s distribution sales of
AMLCDs. e focus is on professional display products for POS/ATM,
HMI, medical, OA, mobile display, test/measurement, and transportation applications (automotive, construction, agriculture, marine, aviation).
Cathy Dotson, Senior Product Marketing Manager/Tianma NLT America
1753 Shimonumaze
Nakahara-ku Kawasaki Japan
044-435-1291
[email protected]; www.nlt-technologies.co.jp/en/index.html
Noritake Itron Corp.
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Noritake Itron Corp. is a display manufacturing company founded in
Ise, Japan. It has developed from being the first supplier of calculator
VFD displays to a leading manufacturer of CIG driver VFD displays. It
specializes in the design, development, and production of VFD-related
products and core technologies with its dedicated customer service. e
core technologies include its proud ingenuity that enhances the capabilities of displays with five aspects, including thin film, thick film,
mounting, vacuum, and software and hardware technology.
Mai Hayashi, Administrative Analyst
2635 Clearbrook Drive
Arlington Heights, IL 60005
(847) 439-9020; fax: (847) 593-2285
[email protected]; www.noritake-elec.com/
and display characterization. Nouvoyance specializes in developing
solutions in software, FPGA, and Verilog, fully tested, verified, and
ready for integration into customers’ hardware.
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Carolyn Marsden, Operations Manager
874 Gravenstein Highway S, Ste. 14
Sebastopol, CA 95472
(707) 228-1328; fax: (707) 829-5983
[email protected]; www.nouvoyance.com
Novaled GmbH
nTact
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Nouvoyance is an independent, employee-owned, digital image-processing technology research and development team, the human vision
experts that brought you PenTile subpixel rendering technology, ready
to partner with customers to solve the most difficult problems in image
capture and display. e company’s skills include image compression,
camera demosaicising, subpixel rendering, RGBW and Multi-Primary
gamut mapping, image enhancement, OLED and LCD design improvements, global and local dimming control for high dynamic range display,
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nTact is a leading supplier of slot die coating systems and integrated
process solutions for display, touchscreen, and flexible electronics applications. e company’s product line ranges from lower cost R&D
systems to fully automated pilot and full production work cells including integrated modules such as AP plasma, hotplates, vacuum dry, and
others. nTact has over 25 years of experience in delivering unique coating process solutions for a wide range of applications in emerging and
mature markets, including the deposition of organic materials for
OLED displays and lighting, conductive and dielectric layers, photoresists, suspensions, and active photovoltaic materials.
Greg Gibson, Chief Bus Dev Officer
10480 Markison Road
Dallas, TX 75238
(214) 343-5300; fax: (214) 590-8760
[email protected]; ntact.com
Ocular
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Ocular LCD, Inc., headquartered in Dallas, is a leading supplier of industrial touch panels and display products to the embedded technology
industry. Ocular’s innovative technologies enable equipment manufacturers to quickly bring to market product solutions with leading-edge,
touch-enabled display capabilities. In addition to products, Ocular’s
extensive knowledge and over 25 years of experience allow the team to
work closely with manufacturers to design display capabilities that meet
the unique requirements of their applications, including the demands
of extreme environments. Ocular’s product realization services can
combine customized displays and true multi-touch products into a fully
integrated and tested turnkey product.
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Erin Olson, Marketing Manager
12700 Park Central Drive, Ste. 750
Dallas, TX 75251-1500
(214) 635-1920; fax: (972) 437-2562
[email protected]; www.ocularlcd.com
OIKE & Co., Ltd.
Nouvoyance, Inc.
1413
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1703
OIKE is a pioneer in the use of dry and wet coating technologies.
OIKE’s core technology consists of roll-to-roll vacuum deposition and
sputter technologies, which are used to apply various metals and oxides
to plastic film, and wet coating technology that Is used to apply organic
or inorganic composite coatings. By combining these processes, OIKE
responds to diverse industrial requirements and bring new functionalities to existing products and components.
Hiro Sakoda, Assistant Sales Manager
181 Tokusayama-cho
Nishinotoin Bukkoji Nishi-iru
Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto 600-8461 Japan
81-75-341-2151; fax: 81-75-341-8058
[email protected]; www.oike-kogyo.co.jp/english/index.html
Optical Filters
PanJit Touch Screens
1115
Optical Filters has been a world leader in the design and manufacture
of display enhancement products for 25 years. It offers optical lamination and full optical bonding of cover glass, touch screen integration,
transparent heaters, and displays. At Display Week 2014 Optical Filters
will be presenting its 2nd Generation EmiClare MicroMesh, the latest
innovation in EMI/RFI shielding of displays and touch screens.
Peter Fisher, Sales and Marketing Director
13447 South Mosiertown Road
Meadville, PA 16335-8321
(814) 333-2222; fax: (814) 333-4338
[email protected]; opticalfiltersusa.com
Optika Display
732
Optika Display, a wholly-owned subsidiary of STRATACACHE, is a leader in the LCD enhancment market specialNEW izing in outdoor displays. Experts in optical bonding, LED
backlighting, film laminates and internal brightness
enhancement, Optika provides industries with economical, innovative
outdoor display solutions.
Bob Caldarella, Senior Vice President, Sales
7890 Center Point 70 Blvd.
Huber Heights, OH 45424
(937) 220-9813, ext. 506
[email protected]; www.optikadisplay.com
OSD Displays
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OSD Displays has existed since August 2003 and is a leading manufacturer of custom OLED, TFT, and STN displays. OSD has a wide variety
of display solutions that are suitable for various end-customer applications. Its displays are broad in specification to meet expectations and
needs for a variety of industries including but not limited to; industrial
controls, healthcare, laboratory equipment, and temperature and environment control.
12124 High Tech Avenue, Ste. 100
Orlando, FL 32817
(407) 629-0500
www.osddisplays.com
OxACs (Oxford Advanced Conductors)
Parker Chomerics
331
1521
Parker Chomerics is a global leader in supplying display enhancements,
EMI shielding, and integrated display assemblies. e company’s integrated display solutions can include EMI shielded touchscreens, optical
bonding, optical enhancements, custom touchscreen cover glass, glass
or plastic optical windows, and transparent glass heaters. In addition,
the company can offer complete supply chain management services.
Parker Chomerics, a division of Parker Hannifin Corporation, also provides various EMI shielding and thermal management materials as well
as complete EMI testing services.
http://www.chomerics.com/optical
Photo Research, Inc.
1821
Photo Research has been providing light measuring solutions for over
70 years. Lately, the company has been focusing on speed. Its latest
family of instruments, the A-TAKT series, is designed to provide highly
accurate spectral or filter-based in-line FPD testing in a fraction of the
former time. For example, its fastest spectral solution, the V-7HS, can
measure an LED backlit LCD at 0.5 cd/m2 in under 250 ms total cycle
time! Its filter colorimeter features an all-in-one design that eliminates
a bulky controller. Visit Photo Research at Display Week 2014 to
discover how to drive your in-line testing at breathtaking speeds.
Jadu amotharan, Product Manager
9731 Topanga Canyon Place
Chatsworth, CA 91311-4135
(818) 725-9763; fax: (818) 725-9700
[email protected]; www.photoresearch.com
Photonics Media
OxACs (Oxford Advanced Conductors) is a spin-out from
the University of Oxford. OxACs delivers novel, low-cost,
and high-performance transparent and conductive coatings
for touch screen and other display applications. OxACs’ patented zinc
oxide-based material, SiZO, is a new generation of eco-friendly and sustainable transparent conductor that replaces the scarce and expensive
indium tin oxide (ITO). OxACs’ patented spray coating process enables
efficient, fast, and inexpensive deposition of SiZO on large-area substrates. e high throughput nature of this proprietary technique significantly reduces processing costs. ese technological achievements are the
result of 50 man-years of R&D undertaken at the University of Oxford.
Jalil Oraee (CEO)
44-7802-372111
Linda Webb (PA)
44-1865-272646
Isis Innovations, Ewert House,
Ewert Place, Summertown
Oxford, OX2 7SG, UK
[email protected]; www.oxacs.com
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PanJit Touch Screens is a leading-edge designer and manufacturer
of multi-touch resistive, resistive, projective capacitive, and touch windows. Products include 4-, 5- and 8-wire resistive touch screens as well
as controllers, both board, and chip-level solutions. PanJit services various market segments and applications, including military notebooks/
tablets, GPS, industrial controls, medical, UMPC, kiosks, PC, and POS,
just to mention a few.
Kim White, Customer Service Representative
2507 West Erie Drive, Ste. 101
Tempe, AZ 85282-3151
(408) 379-2817; fax: (480) 379-2819
[email protected]; www.panjittouchscreens
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Photonics Media – e Pulse of the Industry – invites you to explore
the world of light-based technology. As the publisher of Photonics Spectra, Industrial Photonics, BioPhotonics and Europhotonics magazines,
Photonics Buyers’ Guide and more, Photonics Media brings you the
news, research, and applications articles you need to succeed.
PO Box 4949
Pittsfield, MA 01202
(413) 499-0514; fax: (413) 442-3180
[email protected]; www.Photonics.com
Pilkington North America
835
Pilkington North America offers one of the widest ranges of
robust, pyrolytic, temperable, coated-glass products available
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today. Its products provide solutions to a multitude of
industry requirements, including high light transmission, antireflection, transparent conductive, anti-static, EMI shielding, and heating.
811 Madison Avenue
Toledo, OH 43604
(800) 221-0444
[email protected]; www.pilkington.com/na
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Pixel Interconnect
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Qualcomm
503
Pixel Interconnect provides flat-panel display assembly, repair, and
ruggedization lines worldwide. Its equipment and processes are an
acknowledged industry standard. It is one of the largest engineering
services company in the world that provides complete turnkey lines for
ACF (anisotropic conductive film) and NCF (non-conductive film)
assembly, LCD repair, and LCD ruggedization.
Scott Cockey, President
8215 Tualatin-Sherwood Road, Ste. 200
Tualatin, OR 97062-8441
(503) 885-8444; fax: (503) 210-0328
[email protected]; pixel-interconnect.com
Whether they’re in the tablet on your nightstand, the phone in your
pocket, or the watch on your wrist, today’s flat-panel displays must be
easy on the eyes — and on your battery. Qualcomm MEMS displays
deliver a unique combo of power efficiency and stunning visual performance that helps you get more out of the devices you love. Visit
Qualcomm’s booth at Display Week 2014 and see the difference.
Evan Rutledge, Sr. Marketing Coordinator
5775 Morehouse Drive
San Diego, CA 92121-1714
(858) 229-8539
[email protected]; www.qualcomm.com
Pixelligent Technologies, LLC
Q-Vio, Inc.
327
Pixelligent Technologies, producer of PixClear, is an advanced materials
company that delivers next-generation materials for demanding applications in solid-state lighting, flat panel displays, and optical components and films.
Kate Burkhard, Exec. Asst. & Ofc. Mgr.
6411 Beckley Street
Baltimore, MD 21224
(443) 529-8310
[email protected]; www.pixelligent.com
PolyIC GmbH & Co. KG
1509
Please see German Pavilion listings on pp. 12–13.
Protovic America
1923
Protavic America is a worldwide manufacturer of highperformance conductive adhesives and non-conductive
NEW adhesives, encapsulation resins, potting resins, sealants,
coatings, impregnation, and casting materials, as well as
non-silicone based thermal grease products.
8 Ricker Avenue
Londonderry, NH 03053
(603) 289-2828
[email protected]; www.protavicamerica.com
QD Vision, Inc.
1813
QD Vision, Inc. is a nanomaterials product company harnessing the
unique light-emitting properties of quantum dots to deliver a new generation of display and lighting solutions that provide unmatched color,
power efficiency, and cost savings.
Matt Mazzuchi, VP Market and Business Development
29 Hartwell Avenue
Lexington, MA 02421
(781) 652-7433; fax: (781) 652-7600
[email protected].com; www.qdvision.com
Quadrangle Products
1830
Quadrangle Products is a certified ISO 9001:2008 custom cable manufacturer with over 28 years of leading industry experience and support.
It offers custom-designed cable assemblies for prototype/low volume
and mass production manufacturing.
Gayle Stamer, Marketing Manager
28 Harrison Avenue, Bldg. 16D
Englishtown, NJ 07726
(732) 792-1234; fax: (732) 792-8305
[email protected]; www.quadrangleproducts.com
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Q-Vio is a flexible, customer-friendly company focused on providing
high-bright, low-power, thermally optimized LED backlit displays.
Q-Vio offers more than 50 different display products ranging in size,
technology, and brightness. As an LCD enhancement and manufacturing company, Q-Vio can source, customize, and integrate displays to
meet customers’ specific needs. Its ever-expanding line of LED backlit,
Q-Solar Sunlight Readable Displays, along with its ability to produce a
quick-turn prototype of a specific LCD panel, gives clients a significant
advantage with customers.
Joel Zettl, Partner & CFO
10211 Pacific Mesa Blvd., Ste. 401
San Diego, CA 92121
(858) 777-8299; fax: (858) 875-6696
[email protected]; www.q-vio.com
Radiant Zemax
621
Radiant Zemax offers proven products to measure, characterize, and
inspect light and color. Its specialized CCD-based systems help FPD
manufacturers combine the benefits of automation (quantified results,
speed, flexibility, and repeatability) with the qualitative accuracy of
human vision. Radiant Zemax systems reduce cost, lower risk, and
shorten time to innovation.
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Teresa Arnold, Global Sales Order Administrator
22908 NE Alder Crest Drive, Ste. 100
Redmond, WA 98053-5894
(425) 844-0152; fax: (425) 844-0153
[email protected];
www.radiantzemax.com
Raydiance
1709
Raydiance all-laser precision manufacturing solutions lower
display glass cost per-part by improving yield and eliminatNEW ing capital, consumables, and the labor-intensive steps
of current processes. Its femtosecond laser technology,
materials processing expertise, and 24-hour print-to-part software
speed time to market for factories worldwide.
Tracey Bradley, Marketing Communications Manager
1450 North McDowell Blvd.
Petaluma, CA 94954
[email protected]; www.raydiance.com
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Rockwell Collins
1531
Schenk Vision
1534
Rockwell Collins is a pioneer in the development and deployment of
innovative communication and aviation electronic solutions. e company
offers optically bonded, ruggedized, and enhanced display solutions for
customers in the medical, automotive, marine, and industrial markets, as
well as licensing of its Direct Dry Film optical bonding for consumer markets.
Nancy Daily, Sr. Program Support Specialist
400 Collins Road NE, M/S 124-302
Cedar Rapids, IA 52498-0001
(319) 295-8466
[email protected]; www.rockwellcollins.com/
Products_and_Systems/Optics/Optical_Bonding.aspx
Schenk’s turnkey vision systems set a new standard for flat glass inspection. Providing the highest sensitivity and reliability, these high-performance systems offer precise defect size determination, unmatched
in the industry. Along with Schenk’s unique defect classification, it provides feedback on all aspects of quality and process control throughout
the production of all kinds of flat glass.
Christina Wirth, Marketing
1830 Wooddale Drive, Ste. 500
Woodbury, MN 55125
(651) 730-4090; fax: (651) 730-1955
[email protected]; www.drschenk.com
Rolith, Inc.
Secure Communication Systems Inc.
633
Rolith, Inc. is a leader in nanostructured products for consumer electronics, renewable energy, and architectural markets.
NEW Rolith’s technology is based on proprietary low-cost nanolithography method (Rolling Mask Lithography or RML). Its
recently developed NanoWeb transparent metal mesh electrodes product
has already demonstrated superior performance for touch-screen displays.
Boris Kobrin, CEO
5880 W. Las Positas Blvd., Ste. 51
Pleasanton, CA 94588
(925) 548-6064
[email protected]; www.rolith.com
Samsung Display Company
902
Samsung Display is a leader in the global display industry, introducing
a new level of products and technologies combined with a variety
of devices in the remarkable development of IT technology. Samsung
Display is a newly merged corporation that combined Samsung Electronics-LCD and Samsung Mobile Display corporation in July 2012 to
become the world’s largest display company. Samsung Display is ready
for the big leap toward the market of the future, integrating Samsung’s
display capabilities in LCDs and OLEDs.
Kiho Nam, Sr. Mgr. Marketing
601 McCarthy Blvd.
Milpitas, CA 95035
(408) 544-4157
[email protected]; www.samsungdisplay.com
San Technology, Inc.
407
San Technology, Inc. is a display-and-CM company headquartered in
San Diego, California. Under the brand name of Santek, the company
offers LCD panels, LCD modules, LCD signage, OLED, LED backlighting, touch panels, PCB assembly, and EMS solutions.
Anna Nakayama, Executive Assistant
6210 Marindustry Drive
San Diego, CA 92121
(858) 278-7300; fax: (858) 278-7310
[email protected]; www.santechnology.com/
Sartomer Americas
420
Sartomer is one of the largest suppliers of specialty raw materials for
UV/EB formulations including (meth)acrylate monomers and acrylated
resins. Key product features for display applications include optical
properties, broad refractive indices, barrier properties, varied dielectric
properties, and adhesive properties.
James Zawicki, Marketing Communications Manager
502 omas Jones Way
Exton, PA 19341-2530
(610) 594-7360; fax: (610) 363-4442
[email protected]; www.sartomer.com
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Secure designs and builds custom rugged computer and display solutions for the commercial and defense industry.
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Secure uses a proven systems approach to design based on
system requirements and technology improvements.
Its core competencies are in ruggedization/environmental sealing,
leveraging modified commercial off the shelf (COTS) technology, and
innovative advanced technology insertion. Secure uses modified COTS
equipment in order to provide customers with leading-edge technology
as rapidly as possible. is methodology is also cost-effective and allows
Secure to insert disruptive technology into rugged applications.
Jeffrey Loo, Sales and Marketing Manager
1740 E. Wilshire Avenue
Santa Ana, CA 92705
(714) 547-1174; fax: (714) 547-1343
[email protected]; www.securecomm.com
SEVASA
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SEVASA manufactures high-quality acid-etched anti-glare glass for the
display industry. Its product line HapticGlas includes HPT, HPT-TEC,
and custom productions. is is available at the market’s largest sizes
(up to 154 in. diagonal) and in large volumes. With 30 years’ specialization in sustainable acid-etching, the company is Environmental ISO
14001 and Quality ISO 9001 rated.
Núria Galbe, Marketing Manager
Rda. Shimizu 16
Pol. Ind. Can Torrella
Vacarisses, Barcelona 08233 Spain
34-938280333; fax: 34-938280745
[email protected]; www.sevasa.com
Sharp Microelectronics, Inc.
711
Sharp IGZO takes a starring role in the booth for Display Week 2014.
MEMS panels, IGZO 4K x 2K displays, high-resolution IGZO displays
for laptops and tablets, and groundbreaking Edgeless and Free Form
displays built on an IGZO backplane will all be shown. Sharp will also
feature additions to its Industrial Application (IA) LCD line-up, including new PCAP displays, new 1000 nit High Brightness panels direct
from Sharp, LCDs featuring Sharp’s Progressive Super View (PSV) technology, and more. Sharp will also show its power-saving Memory LCDs,
perfect for wearable technology solutions.
Todd Stonewall
5700 NW Pacific Rim Blvd.
Camas, WA 98607-9489
(360) 834-8024; fax: (360) 834-8906
[email protected]; www.SharpSMA.com
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Shenzhen Jinghua Displays Co., Ltd.
831
Established in January, 1987, Shenzhen Jinghua Displays Co. is an LCD
manufacturer.
Sean Lau, Program Manager
No.511 Building, 6F, Bagualing Industrial District
Shenzhen, Guangdong 518029 China
86-755-82054993; fax: 86-755-82262610
[email protected]; www.china-lcd.com
Sheron Lai, Corporate Communication Officer
6/F, No.3 Science Park East Avenue
Hong Kong Science Park
Shatin NT Hong Kong
(852) 2207-1111; fax: (852) 2267-0800
[email protected]; www.solomon-systech.com
SouthWest NanoTechnologies, Inc.
Shintech, Inc.
927
Shintech has been providing optical products for the LCD market for
more than 15 years. Its “LCD Master” is used for optimizing LCD optical
performance. “OPTIPRO” measures optical retardation and Mueller
matrix, and analyzes LCD parameters such as pre-tilt, twist angle, cell
gap, and so on.
Michiyuki Miyashita
90 Ogo-Oku, Tabuse-Cho, Kumage-gun
Yamaguchi-ken 742-1512 Japan
0820-52-5230; fax: 0820-52-5237
[email protected]; www.shintech.jp/
Springer-Verlag
sim4tec GmbH
1506
1825
SouthWest NanoTechnologies (SWeNT) is a privately held advanced
materials company that manufactures high-quality single-wall and
specialty multi-wall carbon nanotube products in a variety of forms,
including powders, pastes, dispersions, and inks for a wide range of
applications in the electronics and composites industries. SWeNT was
founded in 2001 and has established commercial-scale manufacturing
operations in Norman, OK, and a business and applications development center in the Boston, MA, area.
Shannon Pierce, Sales and Marketing Administration
(860) 428-9482
[email protected]; www.swentnano.com
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Please see German Pavilion listings on pp. 12–13.
Stemmerich, Inc.
SLENCIL Company
1706
SLENCIL manufactures commercial-duty tethered stylus designs and
stylus tethers. It has over 40 years of experience in fabricating tethered
products to meet critical consumer, commercial, and military applications.
William D. Goodwin, Sales Manager
36 South Main Street, PO Box 210
Orange, MA 01364-0210
(978) 544-2171; fax: (978) 544-2812
[email protected]; www.slencil.com
Sun-Tec America, LLC
SMK Electronics Corp.
1625
SMK has been producing highly advanced resistive touch screens with
superior quality that include haptic feedback, low reflectance, and
robust dependability. In addition to its resistive touch technology, SMK
offers capacitive and a multi-touch resistive touch screen for hand-held
devices. Both of these products feature gesture input capabilities.
Its touch screens are available in film/glass, glass/glass, and film/film
configurations with polarization, anti-reflective, anti-smudge, antibacterial, and high heat resistant options. Come visit SMK and find out
why its reliability and customer focus have earned high praise.
George Sawyer, Marketing Manager
1055 Tierra Del Rey
Chula Vista, CA 91910-7875
(800) 770-6018; fax: (619) 216-6499
[email protected]; www.smkusa.com
Solomon Systech Limited
1130
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Sun-Tec is an integrated manufacturer that develops, produces, and
sells automatic machines for attaching or laminating label, tape, and
film for the display industry. Its machines are used for attaching films
such as polarizers, AR and AG films, and OCA. Sun-Tec also makes
machines for rigid-to-rigid assembly.
Raymond Wiley, General Manager
15207 N 75th Street, Ste. 106
Scottsdale, AZ 85260
(480) 922-5344; fax: (480) 556-9677
[email protected]; www.sun-tec.net
Taica North America Corp.
Founded in 1999, Solomon Systech Limited is a leading semiconductor
company providing display IC products and system solutions on an
international basis under its own global brand. Adopting a “fabless”
business model, its group specializes in the design, development, and
sales of proprietary IC products and system solutions that enable a wide
range of display applications for smartphones, smart TVs, smart
projectors, and other smart devices including consumer electronics
products, portable devices, industrial appliances, and green energy
applications such as LED lighting.
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Stemmerich, Inc. offers specialty glass for the optical display and
electronic markets. Stemmerich is a leader in fabricated complex
configurations, precision edge finishing, and touch screen markets. e
company specializes in R&D, pilot, and production runs.
Tim Seago, Manager
4728 Gravois Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63116
(314) 832-7726; fax: (314) 832-7799
[email protected]; www.stemmerich.com
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Taica’s OptAlphaGEL is a tacky silicone-based product that has excellent
optical transparency over the visible wavelength region, excellent durability, and shock absorptivity. OPT Alpha GEL has features best suitable
for a wide range applications of flat-panel displays (FPDs), including
OLED (organic light-emitting diode)-based FPDs.
Yasuhiro Kanai
(408) 691-8137
[email protected]; www.taica-na.com
Tannas Electronics
1620
Tannas Electronic Displays (TED) is devoted to resizing LCDs for applications typically in aerospace and digital signage. Custom sizes are made
using TED’s patented methods. e resized LCD is fully warrantied and
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mil-qualified, and its original properties preserved. Resized LCD products and licenses to the intellectual property are available. Resizing LCDs
enable new products using LCDs not available or financially feasible
through high-volume production means. TED has been successfully
resizing LCDs since 1999, when the first patents were filed. TED has
been awarded and has pending over 25 patents internationally.
Lawrence E. Tannas, Jr., President
1426 E Dana Place
Orange, CA 92866-1737
(714) 633-7874; fax: (714) 633-4174
[email protected]; www.Tannas.com
TATSUTA Electric Wire & Cable Co., Ltd.
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TATSUTA has been producing and selling electrical materials for years.
Its EMI shielding film has attracted world attention. At Display Week,
TATSUTA will present its Cu paste and conductive bonding film.
Yoko Kashiwagi, Assistant Manager
5-1,6 Kunimidai
Kizugawa, Kyoto 6190216 Japan
81-774 66 5551; fax: 81-774 66 5556
[email protected]; tatsuta.com
TFD, Inc.
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TFD, Inc. is a world leader in ion-beam sputtered (IBS) coatings for displays, OLED, LCos, MEMs, and LCDs. All TCOs (ITO, IMITO, LTITO,
IZO, AZO, FTO, and IGZO) are produced with the lowest surface roughness. Additionally, the company offers BBAR, black chrome, and
solderable metal.
Margie Lewis, Purchasing, A/P & Marketing
1180 N. Tustin Avenue
Anaheim, CA 92807-1732
(714) 630-7127; fax: (714) 630-7119
[email protected]; tfdinc.com/
1-45, Oe 1-chome
Shiga 520-2141 Japan
81-777-544-1892; fax: 81-77-543-4460
[email protected]; http://www.toray-eng.co.jp/
Tru Vue
UICO
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Tianma Microelectronics Co. was founded in 1983 and specializes in
the design, manufacturing, and supply of high-quality LCD products.
We are the leader of small-to-medium size displays in technology, quality, competitive pricing, and long-term support. Tianma offers a full
range of LCD solutions, from graphic mono LCD to full-color TFT display modules; with AMOLED coming soon in 2015. It is fully capable
in custom design displays that can meet customers’ needs around the
world. Tianma is dedicated to continuing its focus on producing the
best displays for its customers worldwide.
Lu T. Do, Director, Sales & Marketing
13949 Central Avenue
Chino, CA 91710
(909) 590-5833; fax: (909) 590-5858
[email protected]; www.tianma-usa.com
Toray Engineering Co., Ltd.
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tion. Toray has developed coaters that satisfy the needs of
the LCD industry for a more uniformly coated substrate. It
also has electronic spray coater (ESC) technology that is suitable for
high-precision thin films required in the process of organic EL (OLED)
and other applications. e optimal arrangement of mask and nozzle
materializes the whole-area coating of high-precision thin-film, masked
pattern-coating, and block coating. Substrates of A4 or smaller size can
be coated by ESC. A G5 size coater is now available to perform samplecoating in a demonstration.
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UICO makes duraTOUCH, some of the most durable P-Cap touch solutions available. duraTOUCH can withstand tremendous amounts of
abuse and works with water, with gloves, and in extreme temperatures.
UICO’s technology makes it possible for companies everywhere to
deliver a smartphone/tablet UX. From Cisco to McDonald’s, duraTOUCH is in a wide variety of applications including cars, boats, baths,
medical devices, oil-rigs, and wearable electronics.
Forrest Elizabeth Folsom, Marketing
612 Lamont Road
Elmhurst, IL 60126
(630) 815-8589; fax: (630) 279-5750
ff[email protected]; www.uico.com
Umicore in Film Products
Tianma-NLT
1034
Tru Vue Engineered Optics specializes in manufacturing anti-reflective
coatings for glass and acrylic substrates used in display applications.
e coating, called Vista AR, is engineered for demanding optical
requirements, durability, and strength, and is applied via magnetron
sputtering. Vista AR is producable in large volume and size capabilities.
Christine Shaffer, Marketing Manager
2150 Airport Drive
Faribault, MN 55021
(507) 332.4100; fax: (507) 334.0059
cshaff[email protected]; www.tru-vue.com
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Umicore is a leading manufacturer of ITO sputtering targets
for flat-panel displays, touch screens, glass-coating, and PV
NEW applications. With its range of state-of-the-art materials
and services, Umicore is helping its customers meet the
challenge in minimizing their total cost of materials ownership while
fully maximizing the performance of their products.
Fezan Sayed, N. American Sales and Marketing Manager
50 Sims Avenue
Providence, RI 02909
(401) 215.1784
[email protected]; thinfilmproducts.umicore.com
UNIGLOBE KISCO, Inc.
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UNIGLOBE KISCO is an advanced materials specialist company and global supplier of plastics, chemicals, and electronNEW ics materials. UNIGLOBE works with its fellow subsidiaries
all over the world to supply and support materials development as well as technical development toward added value for customers and suppliers. e company provides a link to genuine products
manufactured by its parent company, KISCO Ltd., providing maximum
satisfaction to customers as a broad-based provider of material
solutions that give due consideration to product quality, cost, and the
environment. Also, UNIGLOBE KISCO owns a factory for parylene
coating services, which provides customer-specific services in coating.
Bernard Kabyemela, Chief Chemical Engineer / Sales Manager
6292 San Ignacio Avenue #A
San Jose, CA 95119
(408) 224-6500; fax: (408) 224-6530
[email protected]; www.uniglobe-kisco.com/index.html
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Universal Display Corporation
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Universal Display Corporation is a world leader in the research, development, and commercialization of organic light-emitting diode (OLED)
technologies and materials.
Jen Umstead, Office Administrator
375 Phillips Blvd.
Ewing, NJ 08618-1455
(609) 671-0980x321; fax: (609) 671-0995
[email protected]; www.udcoled.com
VP Dynamics Labs (Mobile) Ltd.
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VP Dynamics Labs (Mobile) Ltd., based in Hong Kong, is a leading R&D
house in disruptive technologies and new business models around
visual perception. e company’s innovative four primaries RGBW
(VPW) display and engine technology enables displays with lower
power, higher resolution, excellent brightness, and better contrast.
us mobile Full-HD displays of 4x perceived Virtual Resolution 1920
x 1080 can be mass produced using VPW physical resolution of 960 x
RGBW x 540. VPW Technology finds broad applications in smartphones, tablets, notebooks, etc. for enhancing user experiences and satisfactions, in line with today’s low carbon footprint trend.
Vincent Phan, CEO
Unit 503, 5/F, 6W IC Development Centre
Hong Kong Science Park
Sha Tin NT Hong Kong
(852) 2607 4238; fax: (852) 3743 4233
[email protected]; www.vp-dynamics.com
Wamco, Inc.
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Wamco’s decades of expertise in developing optical solutions for highperformance AMLCDs and its understanding of display applications in
harsh environments, combined with Wamco’s 30 years of material and
optical sciences, position the company as a key partner where highvalue, long-term product availability and reliability are required. e
solutions are as diverse as opportunities, and range from ruggedization
of commercial off-the-shelf modules to custom-designed modules
around high-reliability LCD cells.
Jennifer Deleo, Inside Sales/Tradeshows
3128 Red Hill Avenue
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
(714) 545-5560; fax: (714) 545-6093
[email protected]; www.wamcoinc.com
Westar Display Technologies
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Westar Display Technologies offers a broad range of display qualityassurance systems. Its PanelTest and QuickTest systems measure optical parameters on mobile displays. ese measurements include:
contrast, color, color gamut, gamma, cross-talk, uniformity, response
time, and flicker. Westar’s FPM Systems measure the optical performance of monitors, TVs, medical displays, and avionic displays. e
T-Drive TFT Tester is a test pattern generator optimized for panel tests.
Available models drive panels from cell phone displays to large-format
TVs. Westar is the North American distributor for Topcon luminance
meters, spectroradiometers, and uniformity analyzers.
Anndrea Griffon, Marketing Coordinator
4 Research Park Drive
Saint Charles, MO 63304-5685
(636) 300-5100; fax: (636) 300-5105
Anndrea.Griff[email protected]; www.westardisplaytechnologies.com
Westboro Photonics
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mission. Its specialized equipment is used throughout the world in
many industries, including automotive, avionic, lighting and displays.
Its efforts are focused on advancing the science of light measurement
and it works closely with clients to ensure they maintain a strong competitive edge through the use of its products.
Cheryl Pollock, Administration
1505 Carling Avenue, Ste. 301
Ottawa, ON K1Z 7L9
(613) 729-0614, x527; fax: (613) 729-9067
[email protected]; www.wphotonics.com
WPG Americas, Inc.
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WPG Americas Displays & Solutions Group focuses on the
distribution, design, value-add, and integration of products
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to support the embedded display market. It is proud to partner with the leading companies in the world for display
technologies, providing best-in-class industrial LCDs, peripheral products, and services to its valued customers through the continual
improvement process of adding high-quality lines, educating its
employees, and expanding its capabilities. Serving the aviation, military, medical, automotive, marine, industrial, digital signage, kiosk, and
gaming markets, WPG can find the solutions customers need to reduce
time to market and system cost.
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Richard McKay, Vice President Displays & Solutions B.U.
5285 Hellyer Avenue
San Jose, CA 95138
(631) 716-5035; fax: (631) 320-1188
[email protected];
www.wpgamericas.com
Xaar PLC
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Xaar is a world leader in the development of inkjet technology and a
manufacturer of piezoelectric drop-on-demand industrial inkjet printheads. Its technology is used all over the world in a wide range of manufacturing applications, including graphics, labels, packaging, ceramic
tiles, décor, and outer case coding, as well as printing with specialist
fluids for advanced manufacturing techniques. It designs and manufactures its printheadsin the UK and Sweden, exporting over 90% of production to customers around the world. It also develops and sells ink
systems, electronics, and fluid optimization services to accelerate inkjet
system development and adoption.
Jo Double
316 Science Park
Cambridge CB4 0XR UK
44 (0)1223-423663; fax: 44 (0)1223-423590
[email protected]; www.xaar.com
Xenarc Technologies Corp.
626
Xenarc Technologies Corporation was founded in 2002 as a
pioneer in small form factor, video, and touchscreen interNEW face device manufacturing. It was the first to introduce a
7-in. VGA monitor, and the first to bring a touchscreen
version of this monitor to market with the iconic 700TSV. e company
quickly found a niche in the display market by providing high-quality
monitors with a bevy of functions, as well as monitors that never incorporated refurbished LCD panels, as other display manufacturers rely
on.
Michael Ger, Vice President
24 Hammond, Unit F
Irvine, CA 92618
(949) 380-8898; fax: (949) 380-0888
[email protected]; www.xenarc.com
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Z Microsystems
Z Microsystems is a leading manufacturer of rugged deployable computing and visual solutions. Since 1986 it has been delivering reliable,
high-performance MIL-Spec solutions that are custom tailored to perform at their highest capacity in harsh environments. Its ruggedized
products include: displays, computers, servers, handhelds, data storage,
video enhancement, video management resources, and much more.
9820 Summers Ridge Road
San Diego, CA 92121
(858) 831-7000
[email protected]; www.zmicro.com
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Zeon Corporation
Zeon is highlighting applications of its latest generation ZeonorFilm
optical and retardation films. ZeonorFilm has excellent optical and
dimensional stability under heat and humidity, critical criteria for LCD
panels. For projected capacitance touch sensors, ZeonorFilm allows premium optical viewing with and without sunglasses – in both portrait
and landscape orientation. New versions optimized for OLED will be
featured for reducing reflection.
Mr. Toshiro Katayama, Business Manager
4111 Bells Lane
Louisville, KY 40211
(502) 775-2000; fax: (502) 775-2025
[email protected];
www.zeonex.com/applications_zeonorfilm.asp
New Exhibitors for 2014
Display Week welcomes the following exhibitors:
4JET Technologies GmbH ..........................318
LMS ..............................................................335
Applied Laser Engineering Ltd. ................1727
Macnica USA, Inc.........................................526
Arrow Electronics ......................................1803
Momentive Performance Materials..........1909
BOE Technology Group Co., Ltd. ................511
NIDEK Co., Ltd. ..........................................635
Canatu, Ltd. ..............................................1708
Optika Display ............................................732
Daido Steel Co., Ltd. ....................................736
OxACs ..........................................................331
Display Logic..............................................1827
Pilkington North America ..........................835
FLEx Lighting, LLC......................................326
Protavic America, Inc. ..............................1932
FLUXiM AG................................................1915
Raydiance ..................................................1709
FocalTech Systems, Ltd. ..............................837
Rolith, Inc.....................................................633
Glyndwr Innovations, Ltd. ........................1832
Secure Communication Systems, Inc. ......1836
Gowold Display (North America) Ltd.......1731
Toray Engineering Co., Ltd. ........................320
GroGlass ....................................................1911
Umicore in Film Products ......................701
Infinite Trading..........................................1906
UNIGLOBE KISCO, Inc. ..............................734
Iwatani Corp. ............................................1831
WPG Americas, Inc. ....................................737
LINTEC Corporation ..................................934
Xenarc Technologies Corporation ..............626
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Exhibitors Forum Schedule
TUESDAY, JUNE 3, EXHIBIT HALL B
Session F1: Innovative Display Technologies and Applications
(10:45 am – 12:00 pm)
Moderator: Geoff Walker, Intel Corp.
F1.1: Projected-Capacitance Touch-Panel Technology
(10:45)
D. Feeney, Orient Display, Bellevue, WA, USA
Booth 1731
Orient Display has partnered with Goworld, China’s leading manufacturer of capacitance touch panels. The latest
technology developments in optical bonding, one glass solution (OGS), floating touch, edgeless touch, gloves, and
capacitance touch will be highlighted.
F1.2: PCAP Design Flexibility
(11:00)
M. Harris, Ocular, Dallas, TX, USA
Booth 721
Projected-capacitive (PCAP) touch panels need to be customized for the end application in which they will reside.
Different environments create different challenges; options must be available to adjust the design so it functions
properly and overcomes any challenges the environment may cause.
F1.3: The Toughest Touch Out There!
(11:15)
R. Humphreys, UICO, Elmhurst, IL, USA
Booth 1134
We believe that a smartphone doesn't belong in a plastic bag. We believe that hands should stay in gloves. We believe
that technology should work for people ... not the other way around. We believe touch should be as tough as the
environment and work as hard as people do. That's why we made duraTOUCH®. Learn about the possibilities.
F1.4: Futaba Capacitive Touch and Display Technology
(11:30)
R. C. Dohring, Futaba Corp. of America, Plymouth, MI, USA
Booth 731
Futaba manufacturers OLED, capacitive touch panels, and vacuum fluorescent displays (VFDs). Also offerring
contract manufacturing capabilities at their Huntsville Alabama facility.
F1.5: Reworkable Liquid Optically Clear Adhesive
(11:45)
D. P. Hanscom and L. Chen, Henkel, Rocky Hill, CT, USA
Booth 1311
New advances in reworkable LOCAs, the manufacturing techniques currently used, and improvements made to
improve reworkability efficiency and to better protect the display when separating the laminations and cleaning the
residual LOCA has been explored. Most importantly, and when done correctly, this will, in turn, make these manufacturing companies more profitable.
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TUESDAY, JUNE 3, EXHIBIT HALL B
Session F2: Transparent Conducting Films
(2:00 – 3:30 pm)
Moderator: Brad Bowden, Corning Incorporated
F2.1: Carestream FLEXX Transparent Conductive Films: Enabling the Future of Touch (2:00)
A. Fried, Carestream Advanced Materials, Oakdale, MI, USA
Booth 1713
Carestream Advanced Materials has commercialized FLEXX transparent conductive films based on silver nanowires
as an alternative to ITO for touch panels and displays. FLEXX films are manufactured by a continuous roll-to-roll
coating process, offer conductivities ranging from 10 to 150 Ω/☐, transmission greater than 90%, greater flexibility
and bendability, longer durability, and improved cost effectiveness compared to that of ITO. For touch and display
module manufacturers, FLEXX film is a “drop in” replacement.
F2.2: NanoWeb™: Sub-Micron Invisible and Moiré-Free Transparent Metal-Mesh
Conductor for Large-Format and Flexible Touch-Screen Displays
(2:15)
B. Kobrin, Rolith, Inc., Pleasanton, CA, USA
Booth 633
Rolith’s NanoWeb™ transparent electrode is a metal mesh of submicron lines lithographically fabricated using proprietary large-area low-cost RML® technology. Nanoweb is completely invisible to the human eye, does not form
moiré with any display pixel structure, is highly transparent (>95% transmission) and conductive (<5 Ω/☐).
Moreover, combining mesh and traces patterning in one lithography/printing step makes this technology cost effective even for small touch screens.
F2.3: SANTE® Technology Enables Applications in New Emerging Markets for
Enhanced User Experiences
(2:30)
T. Chang, Cima NanoTech Pte. Ltd., Singapore
Booth 633
New applications and emerging market trends are changing the requirement landscape for transparent conductors,
stretching it beyond what the incumbent (ITO) can achieve. Cima NanoTech’s proprietary SANTE® self-assembling
nanoparticle technology is the solution for bridging the gap between today’s market demand and technological capabilities. SANTE technology enables transparent conductors with excellent conductivity, superior optics, and flexibility for applications that disrupt new and existing markets to enhance user experiences.
F2.4: CNB™ Films for High Contrast, Flexible, and Formable Touch
(2:45)
B. Senior, Canatu, Inc., Morgan Hill, CA, USA
Booth 1708
Going beyond ITO. The market drivers for Carbon NanoBud® (CNB™) based touch sensors that provide high-displaycontrast enhancing properties will be discussed. Consumer electronics and automotive-industry long-awaited design
freedom that enable high performance for complex flexible and 3D-shaped touch-enabled electronics devices will be
described.
F2.5: Daido’s Sputtering Targets for Cu Interconnect and Barrier Layers
(3:00)
Y. Yoshida, Daido Steel America, Inc., Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Booth 736
A reliable barrier layer is essential for Cu interconnects that are expected to be adopted more widely in high-performance information displays. Daido Steel’s newly developed high-quality sputtering targets for barrier layers will be
presented with various evaluation data. New transparent conductive metal mesh materials will also be introduced.
F2.6: Silicon Zinc Oxide: An Eco-Friendly Substrate for ITO
(3:15)
D. Slocombe, Oxford Advanced Conductors (OxACs), Oxford, UK
Booth 331
Silicon (as simply SiO2) acts as a highly effective n-type dopant in zinc oxide (ZnO) thin-film coatings prepared by
both vacuum-phase deposition and solution-phase (non-vacuum) deposition techniques. The doping effect arises
due to a substitution of Si4+ for Zn2+ sites in the ZnO host crystal structure. Si doping thereby acts to release freeelectron carriers in ZnO thus leading to SiZO’sTM excellent optical transmission performance.
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TUESDAY, JUNE 3, EXHIBIT HALL B
Session F3: Display Manufacturing and Components
(3:45 – 5:30 pm)
Moderator: Chuck Yin, Square Inc.
F3.1: Slot Die Coating for Display Manufacturing and Assembly
(3:45)
M. Friedrich, nTact, Dallas, TX, USA
Booth 1725
nTact is a leading supplier of Slot Die Coating equipment for display applications. The company offers a range of
products from R&D through full production, for both sheet-to-sheet and roll-to-roll processing. In addition to the
deposition of active and patterned layers for display manufacturing, nTact also offers solutions for the coating of
optically clear adhesive materials for display, touch screens, and cover-glass bonding.
F3.2: Disruptive Thin-Film Encapsulation Technology for OLEDs
(4:00)
M. Soderlund, Beneq,Vantaa, Finland
Booth 321
Beneq is a leading provider of ALD-based thin-film encapsulation systems for OLED industry and research. Beneq’s
ALD TFE technology will be presented and the challenges and solutions for both sheet-to-sheet and roll-to-roll
processes will be discussed.
F3.3: ZeonorFilm® Optical Films for Touch Sensors and OLED Displays
(4:15)
B. Cail, Zeon Chemicals, Louisville, KY, USA
Booth 931
ZEON will highlight technical features of its optical film for touch-panel and OLED constructions. Whereas filmbased touch sensors using PET suffer from rainbow (birefringence), ZeonorFilm® enables premium optical performance both with and without sunglasses. For OLED displays, ZeonorFilm® retardation films significantly reduce
reflection. Technical data comparing ZeonorFilm® to other materials will be reviewed.
F3.4: eGRAF Thermal Solutions: Improving Display Quality for Over a Decade
(4:30)
A.Augoustidis, Graftech, Cleveland, OH, USA
Booth 1621
eGRAF graphite heat spreaders have enabled improved image quality for over a decade by providing a lightweight,
flexible, high-thermal-conductivity heat spreader solution. Next-generation thin displays based on LCD or OLED
technology can benefit from the enhanced thermal management of eGRAF SPREADERSHIELD.
F3.5: Iwatani Acrylic Foam Technology Solution to Shock-Absorbing Requirements
(4:45)
K. Kato, Iwatani Corp., Tokyo, Japan
Booth 1621
Iwatani Corp. provides high-performance film and industrial-tape products for electronic devices. Iwatani’s Acrylic
foam, ISR-ACF series, demonstrates high-shock-absorbing performance for mobile devices. With its innovative technologies and superb analysis, Iwatani offers electronics companies improving design freedom. Iwatani also provides
various types of industrial-tape products to meet with customer’s requests.
F3.6: 4K UHD 10-Gbps Embedded Cable
(5:00)
G. Young, i-PEX by Dai-Ichi Seiko, Tokyo, Japan
Booth 1427
Transmission-line performance over a pair of micro-coaxial wires that have been directly attached to an i-PEX
0.4-mm-pitch Cabline-CA connector using different-length cable assemblies carrying eDP® at 6 and 10 Gbps were
measured using probes connected to a four-pole VNA. Also, TDR results and S-parameter results were compared to
simulations made by CST-Microwave Studio.
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TUESDAY, JUNE 3, EXHIBIT HALL B
Session F3: Display Manufacturing and Components
(3:45 – 5:30 pm)
F3.7: Spray Pyrolysis: A High-Throughput and Low Power Deposition Technique for TCOs
(5:15)
D. Slocombe, Oxford Advanced Conductors (OxACs), Oxford, UK
Booth 331
OxACs has developed a novel technique to manufacture SiZOTM conductive films by using spray pyrolysis deposition. Using novel precursors and processes, conducting films are sprayed onto substrates by a more sustainable
green and low-cost method, many times faster than vacuum sputtering. Adopting spray deposition of SiZOTM
coatings will not only reduce costs for existing producers and users of transparent conductors, but also open up the
production of large-area conductive films to a wider market.
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, EXHIBIT HALL B
Session F4: Display Substrates and Coatings
(9:15 – 10:45 am)
Moderator: Greg Gibson, nTact
F4.1: AGC Glass Technology Solutions to High-Performance and Functional Display
Requirements Applications
(9:15)
M. Iga, Asahi Glass Co., Ltd., Tokyo, Japan
Booth 531
The technology development for high-end display and value-added product as symbolized by smartphone, tablet PC,
and OLED displays has been continuously required, not only in the current market but also in the automotive market. Glass has been also expected to be higher performance and/or multifunctional in order to realize new products.
The glass material and glass-related technology to realize the function expected by the market will be presented.
AGC also provides the total solution to high-performance and functional display requirements including process
performance.
F4.2: Tailored Anti-Reflection/Anti-Smudge (AR/AS) Display Coatings
(9:30)
J. Palidwar, Iridian Spectral Technologies, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Booth 1926
To address the many varied requirements in display applications (touch-screen displays, automotive instrument
panels, etc.), Iridian has developed durable and reliable AR/AS coatings with performance tailored to specific
customer needs. Customizable features include tint and reflectance levels, along with new techniques to minimize
the appearance of fingerprints in different usage scenarios.
F4.3: Continuous Innovation: Proactively Addressing Technology Trends
(9:45)
B. Ruffin, Corning Incorporated, Corning, NY, USA
Booth 703
The oxide TFT and LTPS backplane requirements for LCD and OLED displays are changing rapidly, and Corning is
moving quickly to address them. The latest display advancements and how specialty glass substrates must evolve to
enable the cutting-edge consumer-electronic devices will be discussed.
F4.4: VISTA AR Glass and Acrylic
(10:00)
C. Carter, Tru Vue, Inc., Faribault, MN, USA
Booth 1034
Vista AR, anti-reflective coatings for glass and acrylic substrates, was designed for the high-performance needs of
display applications and engineered for demanding optical requirements, durability, and strength. The thin-film
coating was applied via magnetron sputtering and is available in large volume and size capabilities.
F4.5: Glass Fabrication Applications
(10:15)
S. Zschiegner, Raydiance, Petaluma, CA, USA
Booth 1709
Raydiance predicts accelerated advancements in glass-fabrication applications, introducing all laser-precision manufacturing. Manufacturers and factories must keep pace as new glass formulae evolve – next-generation Gorilla
Glass and Sapphire – while aggressively reducing cost to meet a very diverse consumer demand for lighter, tougher
and more responsive devices.
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, EXHIBIT HALL B
Session F4: Display Substrates and Coatings
(9:15 – 10:45 am)
F4.6: Snap Cure System for Optical Bonding with Optically Clear Silicone Adhesives (10:30)
Makoto Sakakibara, Momentive Performance Materials, Waterford, NY, USA
Booth 1909
Momentive Performance Materials, Inc., is introducing a new Advanced Snap Cure Optical Bonding System. The
liquid optically clear silicone adhesives are used for laminating a range of display substrates and offer brighter optical performance over an extended length of time. The new Snap Cure Optical Bonding System features a non-UV
quick-set cure that provides design flexibility along with excellent re-workability. The new process and dispensing
technology has been demonstrated for flat curved displays and complex geometries as well as shadowed display
areas. Both the material properties and processing techniques of Momentive’s Advanced Snap Cure Optical Bonding
System will be shared during the presentation.
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, EXHIBIT HALL B
Session F5: Display Design and Metrology
(2:00 – 3:15 pm)
Moderator: Hugo Steemers, Ricoh Innovations
F5.1: Advanced R&D Tools for OLED Design and Characterization:
Overview on SETFOS and PAIOS
(2:00)
B. Perucco, Fluxim AG, Winterthur, Switzerland
Booth 2020
Fluxim will present its R&D tools for the OLED display, lighting, and photovoltaic industries. The software SETFOS
simulates light-outcoupling from OLEDs and light-absorption in solar cells as well as charge transport and recombination in these semiconductor devices. Fluxim offers the all-in-one measurement
F5.2: Water-Vapor Transmission-Rate Analyzer for Flexible-Display Electronics
(2:15)
T. Shimada, Uniglobe KISCO/Moresco Corp., San Jose, CA, USA
Booth 734
Kisco, Ltd., Moresco Corp., and Hokkaido University have developed a Water Vapor Transmission Rate (WVTR)
analyzer, with a capability of measuring up to 10-6 g/m2/day. A short 2–3 day analysis period without damaging the
sample is possible. Barrier films manufacturers and OLED and related printed-electronics technologies can now
make rapid WVTR measurements with a high level of reproducibility and precision.
F5.3: Turnkey Liquid-Crystal Materials Testing
(2:30)
Z. Morrow, Instec, Inc., Boulder, CO, USA
Booth 1726
Precise and accurate measurements of the physical properties of liquid crystals made with Instec’s bench-top ALCT
have been performed. Testing methods for bend, splay, and twist elastic parameters (K11, K33, and K22), dielectric
constants, ion density, residual DC, and voltage-holding ratio will be discussed.
F5.4: Display Characterization Factors to Consider When Integrating Decorative
Glass and/or Touch Technology
(2:45)
J. Badders, GM Nameplate, Seattle, WA, USA
Booth 1921
GM Nameplate, an internationally recognized innovator in front-panel integration, will discuss the impact that
several different integration solutions can have on a display’s key optical properties (i.e., contrast, clarity, and luminesce) and how GMN can characterize these impacts.
F5.5: New Advances in Resizing LCDs for Aerospace and Digital Signage
(3:00)
L. Tannas, Tannas Electronic Displays, Inc., Orange, CA, USA
Booth 1620
Resizing LCDs is proving to be a valuable enabler. Custom sizes from 2.5 x 2.5 in. for aerospace to resizing 65-in.diagonal LCDs for refrigerator doors are proving feasible. Enabling is feasible with advances to the sealing technique
and bezel design covered under new patent applications. Methods of resizing LCDs to achieve otherwise unattainable sizes will be described.
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Session F6: Innovative Display Technologies and Applications
(3:30 – 5:00 pm)
Moderator: Achin Bhowmik, Intel Corp.
F6.1: Qualcomm mirasol: A Leap Forward in Reflective Displays
(3:30)
P. Mulabagal, Qualcomm MEMS Technologies, Inc., San Diego, CA, USA
Booth 503
With the global wearable-devices market forecasted to reach 177 million units by 2018, tomorrow’s mobile experiences will be ubiquitously connected, blazing fast, and feature a personalized content mix. The current and nextgeneration of Qualcomm mirasol display-enabled products will build upon the mobile norms of today and create new
experiences enabled by an always-on display.
F6.2: Comparison of Transparent-Display Technologies on the Market Today
(3:45)
G. Smid, Beneq,Vantaa, Finland
Booth 321
Many display professionals are interested in how different display technologies affect the view and usage possibilities of transparent displays. An overview of the different transparent-display technologies available today will be
presented. The strengths and weaknesses of each technology and how they all have found a place in the market will
be discussed.
F6.3: Bidirectional OLED Microdisplays
(4:00)
U. Vogel, Fraunhofer COMEDD, Dresden, Germany
Booth 1403
Fraunhofer COMEDD develops and manufactures OLED microdisplays with an embedded-camera function. The
latest results of research in this field will be discussed.
F6.4: Orthogonal Photolithography for High-Resolution OLED Microdisplay and
Micro-Signage Application
(4:15)
A. Zakhidov, Fraunhofer COMEDD, Dresden, Germany
Booth 1403
The new trend to use solution-processable materials dictates new processing methods and techniques. A particular
challenge is a fast, high-precision, high-resolution micro-patterning technology, which goes beyond the capabilities
of current techniques (i.e., 10 µm for ink-jet printing). A novel approach that is called orthogonal photolithography
(OP) has been explored. OP takes advantage of the fact that the vast majority of organic materials are either
oleophilic or hydrophilic and are hence orthogonal to highly fluorinated chemicals. Therefore, appropriate fluorinated photoresists can be used to pattern organic layers without compromising the performance of the OLED device.
F6.5: Human-Interface Technologies for Smart Devices
(4:30)
S. Chan, Solomon Systech, Ltd., Hong Kong
Booth 1130
Today’s smart devices come with an input human interface and an output human interface. Projected-capacitive
touch sensing has been the most preferred input interface technology for the past few years. For the output interface, AMOLED and TFT panels are becoming bigger in size and higher in resolution. Solomon Systech is a premier
provider of display and touch IC solutions supporting various human-interface technologies. Solomon Systech is
well-positioned and focused in serving the smart-devices market.
F6.6: Quantum Dots: Extending the Dominance of LCDs
(4:45)
W-J. Lah, LMS Co., Ltd., Pyeontaek, Korea
Booth 335
The development of a new process-ready quantum-dot component for LCD backlights from LMS and Nanosys that
delivers OLED color performance at LCD cost and brightness will be examined. The Quantum Light Accumulation
Sheet (QLAS) enables LCDs to achieve wide color gamut and higher power efficiencies without disrupting the established manufacturing process.
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Exhibitors Listed Alphabetically
COMPANY
BOOTH NO.
3M ..........................................................................................1003
4JET Technologies GmbH ......................................................318
Abrisa Technologies ................................................................502
AD Metro ...............................................................................1530
Adhesives Research ...............................................................1820
Advanced Link Photonics, Inc. .............................................1437
AGC Asahi Glass ......................................................................531
AIXTRON SE..........................................................................1512
AmtouchUSA .........................................................................1826
Applied Laser Engineering Ltd.............................................1727
Arrow Electronics..................................................................1803
Astra Products, Inc..................................................................521
AU Optronics Corp. .................................................................435
Beneq .......................................................................................321
Bi-Search, Inc.........................................................................1131
BOE Technology Group Co, Ltd. ............................................511
Boron Molecular Inc..............................................................1704
Canatu, Ltd. ...........................................................................1708
Carestream Advanced Materials...........................................1713
Cat-I Glass..............................................................................1824
Chi Mei Visual Technology Co., Ltd. ....................................1834
Cima NanoTech .......................................................................412
CODIXX AG ...........................................................................1508
Corning Incorporated .............................................................703
CreaPhys GmbH ....................................................................1405
Daido Steel Co., Ltd.................................................................736
Dark Field Technologies........................................................1807
Data Modul, Inc.......................................................................627
Dawar Technologies, Inc. ......................................................1525
DELO Industrie Klebstoffe GmbH & Co. KGaA...................1808
Dexerials America Corporation ............................................1021
Digital View ...........................................................................1127
Display Logic .........................................................................1827
DisplaySearch ..........................................................................506
Dontech, Inc. ...........................................................................921
E Ink Corporation .................................................................1121
EarthLCD .................................................................................730
Edge Electronics ......................................................................403
eGalax_EMPIA Technology Inc. .............................................935
ELDIM....................................................................................1421
Ellsworth Adhesives ................................................................430
Elo Touch Solutions.................................................................600
Elpa Displays, Inc. .................................................................1536
eMagin Corporation..............................................................1721
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COMPANY
BOOTH NO.
EMD .........................................................................................911
Emerging Display Technologies..............................................421
Endicott Research Group, Inc. ...............................................930
Epoxy Technology .................................................................1026
EUROLCDS ............................................................................1637
Europtec USA, Inc. ................................................................1503
Exhibitors Forum ..................................................................1840
FLEx Lighting, LLC .................................................................326
FLUXiM AG............................................................................1915
FocalTech Systems, Ltd. ..........................................................837
Fraunhofer COMEDD ...........................................................1608
FSN, Inc. ..................................................................................431
Fujitsu Components America Inc...........................................827
Futaba Corporation of America..............................................731
Gamma Scientific ..................................................................1030
General Digital Corporation, Optical Bonding Lab.............1907
German Pavilion....................................................................1403
Glyndwr Innovations, Ltd.....................................................1832
GM Nameplate, Inc. ..............................................................1921
Gooch & Housego Orlando...................................................1702
Goworld Display (North America), Ltd. ...............................1731
GrafTech International .........................................................1621
GroGlass ................................................................................1911
Gunze Electronics....................................................................821
Hanvon.....................................................................................303
Henkel Corp...........................................................................1311
Hodogaya Chemical.................................................................926
HOLOEYE Photonics AG ......................................................1920
HOLOEYE Systems, Inc ........................................................1920
IDC ...........................................................................................932
IDTechEx ...............................................................................1822
IHS .........................................................................................1513
Impact Display Solutions......................................................1924
INCOM Inc. ...........................................................................1903
Infinite Trading .....................................................................1906
Instec Inc. ..............................................................................1726
Instrument Systems..............................................................1720
I-PEX ......................................................................................1427
Iridian Spectral Technologies Ltd.........................................1926
i-sft GmbH.............................................................................1609
Ito America Corporation.......................................................1031
Iwatani Corporation..............................................................1831
J.A. Woollam Co., Inc. .............................................................527
JDI Display America, Inc. .....................................................1332
COMPANY
BOOTH NO.
Kimoto Tech, Inc. ....................................................................408
KOE-Americas, Inc. ...............................................................1332
Konica Minolta Sensing Americas, Inc. ...............................1724
Kopin Corporation ................................................................1812
Kristel Displays .....................................................................1715
Kyocera Industrial Ceramics Corporation ...........................1631
Laserod ..................................................................................1114
LG Display Co. Ltd.................................................................1302
LINTEC Corporation...............................................................934
Litemax Technology, Inc .......................................................1636
LMS Co., Ltd. ...........................................................................335
Lumineq Displays ....................................................................321
Luminit LLC...........................................................................1809
Macnica USA, Inc. ...................................................................526
Manz AG ................................................................................1409
MBRAUN, Inc. .......................................................................1015
MDI SCHOTT Advanced Processing GmbH ........................1510
Merck KGaA.............................................................................911
MITAS Electronics.................................................................1435
Mitsubishi Electric US, Inc. ..................................................1837
Molecular Imprints .................................................................833
Momentive Performance Materials .....................................1909
Nagase America Corporation California Branch .................1703
Nanofilm................................................................................1735
Nanosys .................................................................................1622
Nicomatic.................................................................................427
NIDEK CO., Ltd. ......................................................................635
nLIGHT..................................................................................1810
NLT Technologies, Inc...........................................................1320
Noritake Itron Corp. ...............................................................424
Nouvoyance, Inc. ...................................................................1027
Novaled GmbH ......................................................................1413
nTact ......................................................................................1725
Ocular.......................................................................................721
Oike & Co., Ltd. .....................................................................1703
Optical Filters........................................................................1115
Optika Display.........................................................................732
OSD Displays ...........................................................................631
OxACs (Oxford Advanced Conductors)..................................331
PanJit Touch Screens ............................................................1917
Parker Chomerics ..................................................................1521
Photo Research, Inc...............................................................1821
Photonics Media......................................................................315
Pilkington North America ......................................................835
Pixel Interconnect .................................................................1524
Pixelligent Technologies, LLC.................................................327
PolyIC GmbH & Co. KG.........................................................1509
COMPANY
BOOTH NO.
Protavic America, Inc. ...........................................................1923
QD Vision, Inc. ......................................................................1813
Quadrangle Products ............................................................1830
Qualcomm ...............................................................................503
Q-Vio, Inc...............................................................................1736
Radiant Zemax ........................................................................621
Raydiance...............................................................................1709
Rockwell Collins ....................................................................1531
Rolith, Inc. ...............................................................................633
Samsung Display Company.....................................................902
San Technology, Inc.................................................................407
Sartomer Americas..................................................................420
Schenk Vision ........................................................................1534
Secure Communication Systems Inc. ...................................1836
SEVASA ..................................................................................1126
Sharp Microelectronics, Inc. ...................................................711
Shenzhen Jinghua Displays Co., Ltd. .....................................831
Shintech, Inc............................................................................927
sim4tec GmbH.......................................................................1506
SLENCIL Company................................................................1706
SMK Electronics Corp. ..........................................................1625
Solomon Systech Limited .....................................................1130
SouthWest NanoTechnologies, Inc. .....................................1825
Springer-Verlag......................................................................1407
Stemmerich Inc. ....................................................................1537
Sun-Tec America, LLC ...........................................................1603
Taica North America Corp. .....................................................316
Tannas Electronics ................................................................1620
TATSUTA Electric Wire & Cable Co., Ltd .............................1035
TFD Inc. .................................................................................1520
Tianma-NLT ..........................................................................1320
Toray Engineering Co., Ltd. ....................................................320
Tru Vue ..................................................................................1034
UICO ......................................................................................1134
Umicore in Film Products ...................................................701
UNIGLOBE KISCO, Inc. ..........................................................734
Universal Display Corporation .............................................1214
VP Dynamics Labs (Mobile) Ltd...........................................1137
Wamco, Inc. ...........................................................................1925
Westar Display Technologies ................................................1431
Westboro Photonics ..............................................................1624
WPG Americas, Inc..................................................................737
Xaar PLC ..................................................................................530
Xenarc Technologies Corp.......................................................626
Z Microsystems .....................................................................1908
Zeon Corporation....................................................................931
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Listed by Booth Number
COMPANY
BOOTH NO.
Hanvon.....................................................................................303
Photonics Media......................................................................315
Taica North America Corp. .....................................................316
4JET Technologies GmbH ......................................................318
Toray Engineering Co., Ltd. ....................................................320
Beneq .......................................................................................321
Lumineq Displays ....................................................................321
FLEx Lighting, LLC .................................................................326
Pixelligent Technologies, LLC.................................................327
OxACs (Oxford Advanced Conductors)..................................331
LMS Co., Ltd. ...........................................................................335
Edge Electronics ......................................................................403
San Technology, Inc.................................................................407
Kimoto Tech, Inc. ....................................................................408
Cima NanoTech .......................................................................412
Sartomer Americas..................................................................420
Emerging Display Technologies..............................................421
Noritake Itron Corp. ...............................................................424
Nicomatic.................................................................................427
Ellsworth Adhesives ................................................................430
FSN, Inc. ..................................................................................431
AU Optronics Corp. .................................................................435
Abrisa Technologies ................................................................502
Qualcomm ...............................................................................503
DisplaySearch ..........................................................................506
BOE Technology Group Co, Ltd..............................................511
Astra Products, Inc..................................................................521
Macnica USA, Inc. ...................................................................526
J.A. Woollam Co., Inc. .............................................................527
Xaar PLC ..................................................................................530
AGC Asahi Glass ......................................................................531
Elo Touch Solutions.................................................................600
Radiant Zemax ........................................................................621
Xenarc Technologies Corp.......................................................626
Data Modul, Inc.......................................................................627
OSD Displays ...........................................................................631
Rolith, Inc. ...............................................................................633
NIDEK Co., Ltd. .......................................................................635
Umicore in Film Products ...................................................701
Corning Incorporated .............................................................703
Sharp Microelectronics, Inc. ...................................................711
Ocular.......................................................................................721
EarthLCD .................................................................................730
Futaba Corporation of America..............................................731
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COMPANY
BOOTH NO.
Optika Display.........................................................................732
UNIGLOBE KISCO, Inc.. .........................................................734
Daido Steel Co., Ltd.................................................................736
WPG Americas, Inc..................................................................737
Gunze Electronics....................................................................821
Fujitsu Components America Inc...........................................827
Shenzhen Jinghua Displays Co., Ltd. .....................................831
Molecular Imprints .................................................................833
Pilkington North America ......................................................835
FocalTech Systems, Ltd. ..........................................................837
Samsung Display Company.....................................................902
EMD .........................................................................................911
Merck KGaA.............................................................................911
Dontech, Inc. ...........................................................................921
Hodogaya Chemical.................................................................926
Shintech, Inc............................................................................927
Endicott Research Group, Inc. ................................................930
Zeon Corporation....................................................................931
IDC ...........................................................................................932
LINTEC Corporation...............................................................934
eGalax_EMPIA Technology, Inc..............................................935
3M ..........................................................................................1003
MBRAUN, Inc. .......................................................................1015
Dexerials America Corporation ............................................1021
Epoxy Technology .................................................................1026
Nouvoyance, Inc. ...................................................................1027
Gamma Scientific ..................................................................1030
Ito America Corporation.......................................................1031
Tru Vue ..................................................................................1034
TATSUTA Electric Wire & Cable Co., Ltd .............................1035
Laserod ..................................................................................1114
Optical Filters........................................................................1115
E Ink Corporation .................................................................1121
SEVASA ..................................................................................1126
Digital View ...........................................................................1127
Solomon Systech Limited .....................................................1130
Bi-Search, Inc.........................................................................1131
UICO ......................................................................................1134
VP Dynamics Labs (Mobile) Ltd...........................................1137
Universal Display Corporation .............................................1214
LG Display Co. Ltd.................................................................1302
Henkel Corp...........................................................................1311
Tianma-NLT ..........................................................................1320
NLT Technologies, Inc...........................................................1320
COMPANY
KOE-Americas,
Inc. ...............................................................1332
BOOTH NO.
JDI Display America, Inc. .....................................................1332
German Pavilion....................................................................1403
CreaPhys GmbH ....................................................................1405
Springer-Verlag......................................................................1407
Manz AG ................................................................................1409
Novaled GmbH ......................................................................1413
ELDIM....................................................................................1421
I-PEX ......................................................................................1427
Westar Display Technologies ................................................1431
MITAS Electronics.................................................................1435
Advanced Link Photonics, Inc. .............................................1437
Europtec USA, Inc .................................................................1503
sim4tec GmbH.......................................................................1506
CODIXX AG ...........................................................................1508
PolyIC GmbH & CO. KG ........................................................1509
MDI SCHOTT Advanced Processing GmbH ........................1510
AIXTRON SE..........................................................................1512
IHS .........................................................................................1513
TFD, Inc. ................................................................................1520
Parker Chomerics ..................................................................1521
Pixel Interconnect .................................................................1524
Dawar Technologies, Inc. ......................................................1525
AD Metro ...............................................................................1530
Rockwell Collins ....................................................................1531
Schenk Vision ........................................................................1534
Elpa Displays, Inc. .................................................................1536
Stemmerich, Inc. ...................................................................1537
Sun-Tec America, LLC ...........................................................1603
Fraunhofer COMEDD ...........................................................1608
i-sft GmbH.............................................................................1609
Tannas Electronics ................................................................1620
GrafTech International .........................................................1621
Nanosys .................................................................................1622
Westboro Photonics ..............................................................1624
SMK Electronics Corp. ..........................................................1625
Kyocera Industrial Ceramics Corporation ...........................1631
Litemax Technology, Inc. ......................................................1636
EUROLCDS ............................................................................1637
Gooch & Housego Orlando...................................................1702
Oike & Co., Ltd. .....................................................................1703
Nagase America Corporation California Branch .................1703
Boron Molecular Inc..............................................................1704
SLENCIL Company................................................................1706
Canatu, Ltd. ...........................................................................1708
Raydiance...............................................................................1709
Carestream
COMPANY Advanced Materials...........................................1713
BOOTH NO.
Kristel Displays .....................................................................1715
Instrument Systems..............................................................1720
eMagin Corporation..............................................................1721
Konica Minolta Sensing Americas, Inc. ...............................1724
nTact ......................................................................................1725
Instec Inc. ..............................................................................1726
Applied Laser Engineering Ltd.............................................1727
Goworld Display (North America), Ltd. ...............................1731
Nanofilm................................................................................1735
Q-Vio, Inc...............................................................................1736
Arrow Electronics..................................................................1803
Dark Field Technologies........................................................1807
DELO Industrie Klebstoffe GmbH & Co. KGaA...................1808
Luminit LLC...........................................................................1809
nLIGHT..................................................................................1810
Kopin Corporation ................................................................1812
QD Vision, Inc. ......................................................................1813
Adhesives Research ...............................................................1820
Photo Research, Inc...............................................................1821
IDTechEx ...............................................................................1822
Cat-I Glass..............................................................................1824
SouthWest NanoTechnologies, Inc. .....................................1825
AmtouchUSA .........................................................................1826
Display Logic .........................................................................1827
Quadrangle Products ............................................................1830
Iwatani Corporation..............................................................1831
Glyndwr Innovations, Ltd.....................................................1832
Chi Mei Visual Technology Co., LTD ....................................1834
Secure Communication Systems Inc. ...................................1836
Mitsubishi Electric US, Inc. ..................................................1837
INCOM Inc ............................................................................1903
Infinite Trading .....................................................................1906
General Digital Corporation, Optical Bonding Lab.............1907
Z Microsystems .....................................................................1908
Momentive Performance Materials .....................................1909
GroGlass ................................................................................1911
FLUXiM AG............................................................................1915
PanJit Touch Screens ............................................................1917
HOLOEYE Systems, Inc. .......................................................1920
HOLOEYE Photonics AG ......................................................1920
GM Nameplate, Inc. ..............................................................1921
Protavic America Inc. ............................................................1923
Impact Display Solutions......................................................1924
Wamco, Inc. ...........................................................................1925
Iridian Spectral Technologies Ltd.........................................1926
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Display Week 2014
Product Categories
3-D Displays
AU Optronics Corp...........................................................435
Corning Incorporated ......................................................703
DisplaySearch ...................................................................506
eMagin Corporation ......................................................1721
FSN, Inc. ...........................................................................431
i-sft GmbH .....................................................................1609
MITAS Electronics .........................................................1435
NLT Technologies, Inc. ..................................................1320
Rockwell Collins .............................................................1531
Sharp Microelectronics, Inc.............................................711
Stemmerich, Inc.............................................................1537
Tianma-NLT ...................................................................1320
AMOLED Displays
Arrow Electronics...........................................................1803
AU Optronics Corp...........................................................435
Carestream Advanced Materials ...................................1713
Corning Incorporated ......................................................703
CreaPhys GmbH.............................................................1405
Display Logic .................................................................1827
Data Modul, Inc................................................................627
DisplaySearch ...................................................................506
Edge Electronics ...............................................................403
eMagin Corporation ......................................................1721
Fraunhofer COMEDD....................................................1608
Hodogaya Chemical .........................................................926
Iwatani Corporation ......................................................1831
Manz AG.........................................................................1409
OSD Displays....................................................................631
Pixelligent Technologies, LLC .........................................327
Q-Vio, Inc. ......................................................................1736
Rockwell Collins .............................................................1531
Samsung Display Company .............................................902
Tianma-NLT ...................................................................1320
Universal Display Corporation......................................1214
Wamco, Inc.....................................................................1925
WPG Americas, Inc. .........................................................737
Anti-Reflection Coatings
3M...................................................................................1003
Applied Laser Engineering Ltd......................................1727
Arrow Electronics...........................................................1803
Astra Products, Inc...........................................................521
Beneq ................................................................................321
Cat-I Glass ......................................................................1824
Corning Incorporated ......................................................703
Dontech, Inc. ....................................................................921
Edge Electronics ...............................................................403
Europtec USA Inc ...........................................................1503
GM Nameplate, Inc........................................................1921
GroGlass .........................................................................1911
Iridian Spectral Technologies Ltd. ................................1926
J.A. Woollam Co., Inc. ......................................................527
Litemax Technology, Inc................................................1636
Manz AG.........................................................................1409
Molecular Imprints ..........................................................833
NIDEK CO., Ltd. ...............................................................635
Pixelligent Technologies, LLC .........................................327
Rockwell Collins .............................................................1531
Rolith, Inc. ........................................................................633
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San Technology, Inc. ........................................................407
SEVASA...........................................................................1126
Tru Vue ...........................................................................1034
Wamco, Inc.....................................................................1925
Xenarc Technologies Corp ...............................................626
Anti-Reflection Screens
3M...................................................................................1003
Arrow Electronics...........................................................1803
Astra Products, Inc...........................................................521
Corning Incorporated ......................................................703
Dexerials America Corporation.....................................1021
Dontech, Inc. ....................................................................921
Edge Electronics ...............................................................403
GM Nameplate, Inc........................................................1921
GroGlass .........................................................................1911
Litemax Technology, Inc................................................1636
Optical Filters ................................................................1115
PanJit Touch Screens.....................................................1917
Rolith, Inc. ........................................................................633
Tru Vue ...........................................................................1034
WPG Americas, Inc. .........................................................737
WPG Americas, Inc. .........................................................737
Xenarc Technologies Corp ...............................................626
Chemical Suppliers
Boron Molecular Inc. .....................................................1704
Display Logic .................................................................1827
Ellsworth Adhesives.........................................................430
Nanofilm.........................................................................1735
Sartomer Americas ..........................................................420
Universal Display Corporation......................................1214
Color Calibration System
Display Logic .................................................................1827
Photo Research, Inc. ......................................................1821
Radiant Zemax .................................................................621
Color Matching Systems
Photo Research, Inc .......................................................1821
Colorimeters
Associations
Photo Research, Inc .......................................................1821
Radiant Zemax .................................................................621
Westar Display Technologies.........................................1431
Westboro Photonics.......................................................1624
Fraunhofer COMEDD....................................................1608
German Pavilion ............................................................1403
Connectors
Backlights
Arrow Electronics...........................................................1803
Astra Products, Inc...........................................................521
Display Logic ..................................................................1827
DisplaySearch ...................................................................506
Edge Electronics ...............................................................403
Endicott Research Group, Inc..........................................930
FLEx Lighting, LLC ..........................................................326
Fraunhofer COMEDD....................................................1608
FSN, Inc. ...........................................................................431
GM Nameplate, Inc........................................................1921
Goworld Display (North America), Ltd.........................1731
IDC ....................................................................................932
i-sft GmbH .....................................................................1609
Kopin Corporation.........................................................1812
Litemax Technology, Inc................................................1636
Quadrangle Products .....................................................1830
Q-Vio, Inc. ......................................................................1736
Rockwell Collins .............................................................1531
San Technology, Inc. ........................................................407
Wamco, Inc.....................................................................1925
WPG Americas, Inc. .........................................................737
Xenarc Technologies Corp ...............................................626
Cables
Arrow Electronics...........................................................1803
Digital View....................................................................1127
Display Logic ..................................................................1827
Edge Electronics ...............................................................403
FSN, Inc. ...........................................................................431
I-PEX...............................................................................1427
MITAS Electronics .........................................................1435
Nicomatic .........................................................................427
Quadrangle Products .....................................................1830
Arrow Electronics...........................................................1803
Edge Electronics ...............................................................403
I-PEX...............................................................................1427
MITAS Electronics .........................................................1435
Nicomatic .........................................................................427
Consultants
DisplaySearch ...................................................................506
FLEx Lighting, LLC ..........................................................326
Fraunhofer COMEDD....................................................1608
IDTechEx ........................................................................1822
i-sft GmbH .....................................................................1609
Ito America Corporation ...............................................1031
Pixel Interconnect..........................................................1524
Converters (D/A and A/D)
Digital View....................................................................1127
FSN, Inc. ...........................................................................431
Deposition Equipment/Services
Fraunhofer COMEDD....................................................1608
GroGlass .........................................................................1911
Lumineq Displays.............................................................321
Manz AG.........................................................................1409
NIDEK Co., Ltd.................................................................635
nTact ...............................................................................1725
Tru Vue ...........................................................................1034
Development and Licensing of 3-D Displays
Fraunhofer COMEDD....................................................1608
i-sft GmbH .....................................................................1609
Rockwell Collins .............................................................1531
Display Drivers and Controllers
Arrow Electronics...........................................................1803
Data Modul, Inc................................................................627
Digital View....................................................................1127
Display Logic ..................................................................1827
DisplaySearch ...................................................................506
Edge Electronics ...............................................................403
eGalax_EMPIA Technology Inc .......................................935
Endicott Research Group, Inc..........................................930
Fraunhofer COMEDD....................................................1608
Fujitsu Components America Inc....................................827
HOLOEYE Photonics AG ...............................................1920
i-sft GmbH .....................................................................1609
Kopin Corporation.........................................................1812
Litemax Technology, Inc................................................1636
MITAS Electronics .........................................................1435
Q-Vio, Inc. ......................................................................1736
Westar Display Technologies.........................................1431
WPG Americas, Inc. .........................................................737
Rockwell Collins .............................................................1531
Secure Communication Systems Inc.............................1836
Shenzhen Jinghua Displays Co., Ltd...............................831
Wamco, Inc.....................................................................1925
WPG Americas, Inc. .........................................................737
Xenarc Technologies Corp ...............................................626
Arrow Electronics...........................................................1803
Display Logic ..................................................................1827
Dontech, Inc. ....................................................................921
Edge Electronics ...............................................................403
FSN, Inc. ...........................................................................431
GM Nameplate, Inc........................................................1921
Litemax Technology, Inc................................................1636
MITAS Electronics .........................................................1435
Nicomatic .........................................................................427
San Technology, Inc. ........................................................407
Wamco, Inc.....................................................................1925
Xenarc Technologies Corp ...............................................626
FSN, Inc. ...........................................................................431
Futaba Corporation of America ......................................731
MITAS Electronics .........................................................1435
Qualcomm ........................................................................503
San Technology, Inc. ........................................................407
Wamco, Inc.....................................................................1925
Electrowetting Displays
Haptics
DisplaySearch ...................................................................506
FSN, Inc. ...........................................................................431
MITAS Electronics .........................................................1435
Shenzhen Jinghua Displays Co., Ltd...............................831
SEVASA...........................................................................1126
Electroluminescent Displays
Carestream Advanced Materials ...................................1713
Endicott Research Group, Inc..........................................930
FSN, Inc. ...........................................................................431
Futaba Corporation of America ......................................731
Lumineq Displays.............................................................321
MITAS Electronics .........................................................1435
San Technology, Inc. ........................................................407
WPG Americas, Inc. .........................................................737
e-Paper
Display Subsystems
3M...................................................................................1003
Arrow Electronics.............................................................180
Data Modul, Inc................................................................627
Display Logic ..................................................................1827
Dontech, Inc. ....................................................................921
Edge Electronics ...............................................................403
FLEx Lighting, LLC ..........................................................326
Fraunhofer COMEDD....................................................1608
FSN, Inc. ...........................................................................431
Goworld Display (North America), Ltd.........................1731
HOLOEYE Photonics AG ...............................................1920
HOLOEYE Systems, Inc.................................................1920
MITAS Electronics .........................................................1435
PolyIC GmbH & CO. KG.................................................1509
Q-Vio, Inc. ......................................................................1736
Rockwell Collins .............................................................1531
Stemmerich, Inc.............................................................1537
Wamco, Inc.....................................................................1925
WPG Americas, Inc. .........................................................737
Display System Integrators
Arrow Electronics...........................................................1803
Data Modul, Inc................................................................627
Digital View....................................................................1127
Display Logic ..................................................................1827
Edge Electronics ...............................................................403
Endicott Research Group, Inc..........................................930
Fraunhofer COMEDD....................................................1608
FSN, Inc. ...........................................................................431
GM Nameplate, Inc........................................................1921
Goworld Display (North America), Ltd.........................1731
HOLOEYE Photonics AG ...............................................1920
HOLOEYE Systems, Inc.................................................1920
IDC ....................................................................................932
MITAS Electronics .........................................................1435
Optical Filters ................................................................1115
Q-Vio, Inc. ......................................................................1736
Raydiance .......................................................................1709
Glass for Displays
Astra Products, Inc...........................................................521
Cat-I Glass ......................................................................1824
Corning Incorporated ......................................................703
DisplaySearch ...................................................................506
GM Nameplate, Inc........................................................1921
Goworld Display (North America), Ltd.........................1731
GroGlass .........................................................................1911
INCOM Inc .....................................................................1903
Manz AG.........................................................................1409
Optical Filters ................................................................1115
PanJit Touch Screens.....................................................1917
Pilkington North America ...............................................835
Raydiance .......................................................................1709
Rockwell Collins .............................................................1531
San Technology, Inc. ........................................................407
SEVASA...........................................................................1126
Stemmerich, Inc.............................................................1537
Tru Vue ...........................................................................1034
Wamco, Inc.....................................................................1925
Electromechanical Displays
Display Housings
Shenzhen Jinghua Displays Co., Ltd...............................831
Stemmerich, Inc.............................................................1537
Universal Display Corporation......................................1214
Arrow Electronics...........................................................1803
Carestream Advanced Materials ...................................1713
DisplaySearch ...................................................................506
FLEx Lighting, LLC ..........................................................326
Iwatani Corporation ......................................................1831
San Technology, Inc. ........................................................407
Shenzhen Jinghua Displays Co., Ltd...............................831
WPG Americas, Inc. .........................................................737
eReaders
Carestream Advanced Materials ...................................1713
DisplaySearch ...................................................................506
FLEx Lighting, LLC ..........................................................326
Iwatani Corporation ......................................................1831
Stemmerich, Inc.............................................................1537
Head-Mounted Displays
eMagin Corporation ......................................................1721
Fraunhofer COMEDD....................................................1608
HOLOEYE Photonics AG ...............................................1920
HOLOEYE Systems, Inc.................................................1920
INCOM Inc. ....................................................................1903
Kopin Corporation.........................................................1812
Lumineq Displays.............................................................321
Stemmerich, Inc.............................................................1537
ICs (video, graphics, and display)
Arrow Electronics...........................................................1803
DisplaySearch ...................................................................506
Edge Electronics ...............................................................403
FocalTech Systems, Ltd....................................................837
Kopin Corporation.........................................................1812
Solomon Systech Limited ..............................................1130
Stemmerich, Inc.............................................................1537
Lamps - Backlighting
Filters
3M...................................................................................1003
Astra Products, Inc...........................................................521
Dontech, Inc. ....................................................................921
Iridian Spectral Technologies Ltd. ................................1926
NIDEK CO., Ltd. ...............................................................635
Optical Filters ................................................................1115
Rockwell Collins .............................................................1531
Display Logic ..................................................................1827
Endicott Research Group, Inc..........................................930
FLEx Lighting, LLC ..........................................................326
i-sft GmbH .....................................................................1609
Litemax Technology, Inc................................................1636
San Technology, Inc. ........................................................407
Wamco, Inc.....................................................................1925
Laser Inspection System
Fixed Lip Slot Dies
nTact ...............................................................................1725
Flexible Displays/Electronics
Canatu, Ltd.....................................................................1708
Carestream Advanced Materials ...................................1713
Corning Incorporated ......................................................703
DisplaySearch ...................................................................506
FLEx Lighting, LLC ..........................................................326
Futaba Corporation of America ......................................731
Iwatani Corporation ......................................................1831
J.A. Woollam Co., Inc. ......................................................527
Manz AG.........................................................................1409
MITAS Electronics .........................................................1435
Rockwell Collins .............................................................1531
Manz AG.........................................................................1409
LCDs - Ferroelectric
Corning Incorporated ......................................................703
Instec, Inc. ......................................................................1726
LCDs - Passive Matrix
Arrow Electronics...........................................................1803
Corning Incorporated ......................................................703
Data Modul, Inc................................................................627
DisplaySearch ...................................................................506
Edge Electronics ...............................................................403
Emerging Display Technologies ......................................421
Goworld Display (North America), Ltd.........................1731
2014 Display Week 41
Instec, Inc. ......................................................................1726
OSD Displays....................................................................631
Samsung Display Company .............................................902
San Technology, Inc. ........................................................407
Shenzhen Jinghua Displays Co., Ltd...............................831
Tianma-NLT ...................................................................1320
Wamco, Inc.....................................................................1925
WPG Americas, Inc. .........................................................737
LCDs - Passive, Active Addressing
Arrow Electronics...........................................................1803
Corning Incorporated ......................................................703
DisplaySearch ...................................................................506
Edge Electronics ...............................................................403
Goworld Display (North America), Ltd.........................1731
Instec, Inc. ......................................................................1726
Samsung Display Company .............................................902
Shenzhen Jinghua Displays Co., Ltd...............................831
WPG Americas, Inc. .........................................................737
Manufacturing Equipment
4JET Technologies GmbH ...............................................318
Applied Laser Engineering Ltd......................................1727
Beneq ................................................................................321
CreaPhys GmbH.............................................................1405
DisplaySearch ...................................................................506
Ito America Corporation ...............................................1031
J.A. Woollam Co., Inc. ......................................................527
Laserod ...........................................................................1114
Lumineq Displays.............................................................321
M. Braun, Inc..................................................................1015
Manz AG.........................................................................1409
nTact ...............................................................................1725
Pixel Interconnect..........................................................1524
Raydiance .......................................................................1709
Rockwell Collins .............................................................1531
Rolith, Inc. ........................................................................633
sim4tec GmbH ...............................................................1506
Market Researchers/Publishers
LCDs - Active Matrix
Arrow Electronics...........................................................1803
AU Optronics Corp...........................................................435
Carestream Advanced Materials ...................................1713
Corning Incorporated ......................................................703
Data Modul, Inc................................................................627
Display Logic ..................................................................1827
DisplaySearch ...................................................................506
Edge Electronics ...............................................................403
Emerging Display Technologies ......................................421
Goworld Display (North America), Ltd.........................1731
IDC ....................................................................................932
Instec, Inc. ......................................................................1726
i-sft GmbH .....................................................................1609
Iwatani Corporation ......................................................1831
JDI Display America, Inc. ..............................................1332
Kopin Corporation.........................................................1812
Litemax Technology, Inc................................................1636
Macnica USA, Inc. ............................................................526
Mitsubishi Electric US, Inc............................................1837
NLT Technologies, Inc. ..................................................1320
OSD Displays....................................................................631
Q-Vio, Inc. ......................................................................1736
Rockwell Collins .............................................................1531
Samsung Display Company .............................................902
San Technology, Inc. ........................................................407
Secure Communication Systems Inc.............................1836
Sharp Microelectronics, Inc.............................................711
Shenzhen Jinghua Displays Co., Ltd...............................831
Tannas Electronics .........................................................1620
Tianma-NLT ...................................................................1320
Wamco, Inc.....................................................................1925
WPG Americas, Inc. .........................................................737
Xenarc Technologies Corp ...............................................626
LEDs
Arrow Electronics...........................................................1803
Corning Incorporated ......................................................703
Display Logic ..................................................................1827
DisplaySearch ...................................................................506
Edge Electronics ...............................................................403
Endicott Research Group, Inc..........................................930
FLEx Lighting, LLC ..........................................................326
Nicomatic .........................................................................427
San Technology, Inc. ........................................................407
Secure Communication Systems Inc.............................1836
Sharp Microelectronics, Inc.............................................711
Stemmerich, Inc.............................................................1537
Wamco, Inc.....................................................................1925
WPG Americas, Inc. .........................................................737
Xenarc Technologies Corp ...............................................626
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DisplaySearch ...................................................................506
IDTechEx ........................................................................1822
Materials
Astra Products Inc............................................................521
Boron Molecular Inc. .....................................................1704
Canatu, Ltd.....................................................................1708
Carestream Advanced Materials ...................................1713
Cat-I Glass ......................................................................1824
Cima NanoTech ................................................................412
CreaPhys GmbH.............................................................1405
Daido Steel Co., Ltd..........................................................736
Dexerials America Corporation.....................................1021
DisplaySearch ...................................................................506
EMD..................................................................................911
Epoxy Technology ..........................................................1026
Europtec USA Inc ...........................................................1503
GrafTech International..................................................1621
Hodogaya Chemical .........................................................926
INCOM Inc. ....................................................................1903
Instec, Inc. ......................................................................1726
Ito America Corporation ...............................................1031
Iwatani Corporation ......................................................1831
LINTEC Corporation........................................................934
Merck KGaA .....................................................................911
Nanofilm.........................................................................1735
Nicomatic .........................................................................427
NIDEK CO., Ltd. ...............................................................635
Novaled GmbH...............................................................1413
Pixelligent Technologies, LLC .........................................327
Sartomer Americas ..........................................................420
SEVASA...........................................................................1126
Stemmerich, Inc.............................................................1537
Tatsuta Electric Wire & Cable Co., Ltd..........................1035
Umicore in Film Products............................................701
Universal Display Corporation......................................1214
Zeon Corporation ............................................................931
Medical Displays
Arrow Electronics...........................................................1803
AU Optronics Corp...........................................................435
Carestream Advanced Materials ...................................1713
DisplaySearch ...................................................................506
Edge Electronics ...............................................................403
Endicott Research Group, Inc..........................................930
FLEx Lighting, LLC ..........................................................326
Fraunhofer COMEDD....................................................1608
FSN, Inc. ...........................................................................431
GM Nameplate, Inc........................................................1921
Goworld Display (North America), Ltd.........................1731
IDC ....................................................................................932
JDI Display America, Inc. ..............................................1332
Kopin Corporation.........................................................1812
Litemax Technology, Inc................................................1636
Lumineq Displays.............................................................321
MITAS Electronics .........................................................1435
NLT Technologies, Inc. ..................................................1320
OSD Displays....................................................................631
Q-Vio, Inc. ......................................................................1736
Raydiance .......................................................................1709
Rockwell Collins .............................................................1531
Shenzhen Jinghua Displays Co., Ltd...............................831
Stemmerich, Inc.............................................................1537
Tianma-NLT ...................................................................1320
WPG Americas, Inc. .........................................................737
Xenarc Technologies Corp ...............................................626
Mobile Displays
Arrow Electronics...........................................................1803
AU Optronics Corp...........................................................435
Carestream Advanced Materials ...................................1713
Corning Incorporated ......................................................703
DisplaySearch ...................................................................506
Edge Electronics ...............................................................403
eMagin Corporation ......................................................1721
FLEx Lighting, LLC ..........................................................326
Fraunhofer COMEDD....................................................1608
Goworld Display (North America), Ltd.........................1731
JDI Display America, Inc. ..............................................1332
Kopin Corporation.........................................................1812
MITAS Electronics .........................................................1435
NLT Technologies, Inc. ..................................................1320
Nouvoyance, Inc.............................................................1027
OSD Displays....................................................................631
Q-Vio, Inc. ......................................................................1736
Raydiance .......................................................................1709
Rockwell Collins .............................................................1531
Samsung Display Company .............................................902
Secure Communication Systems Inc.............................1836
Shenzhen Jinghua Displays Co., Ltd...............................831
Stemmerich, Inc.............................................................1537
Tianma-NLT ...................................................................1320
Westboro Photonics.......................................................1624
Xenarc Technologies Corp ...............................................626
OLED Devices and Displays
Applied Laser Engineering Ltd......................................1727
Arrow Electronics...........................................................1803
Beneq ................................................................................321
Carestream Advanced Materials ...................................1713
Cima NanoTech ................................................................412
Corning Incorporated ......................................................703
CreaPhys GmbH.............................................................1405
DisplaySearch ...................................................................506
Edge Electronics ...............................................................403
eMagin Corporation ......................................................1721
Fraunhofer COMEDD....................................................1608
Futaba Corporation of America ......................................731
INCOM Inc .....................................................................1903
Iwatani Corporation ......................................................1831
Manz AG.........................................................................1409
MITAS Electronics .........................................................1435
Noritake Itron Corp. ........................................................424
Nouvoyance, Inc.............................................................1027
OSD Displays....................................................................631
Q-Vio, Inc. ......................................................................1736
San Technology, Inc. ........................................................407
Stemmerich, Inc.............................................................1537
Tianma-NLT ...................................................................1320
Universal Display Corporation......................................1214
Wamco, Inc.....................................................................1925
WPG Americas, Inc. .........................................................737
Optical Components
Plasma Displays
3M...................................................................................1003
Astra Products, Inc...........................................................521
Canatu, Ltd.....................................................................1708
Cat-I Glass ......................................................................1824
Dexerials America Corporation.....................................1021
DisplaySearch ...................................................................506
Dontech, Inc. ....................................................................921
FLEx Lighting, LLC ..........................................................326
INCOM Inc. ....................................................................1903
Iwatani Corporation ......................................................1831
LINTEC Corporation........................................................934
LMS Co., Ltd.....................................................................335
Optical Filters ................................................................1115
Pixelligent Technologies, LLC .........................................327
Rockwell Collins .............................................................1531
Rolith, Inc. ........................................................................633
Stemmerich, Inc.............................................................1537
Wamco, Inc.....................................................................1925
DisplaySearch ...................................................................506
Secure Communication Systems Inc.............................1836
Optical Design Software
Iwatani Corporation ......................................................1831
Radiant Zemax .................................................................621
Shintech, Inc.....................................................................927
Optical Films and Coatings
3M...................................................................................1003
Applied Laser Engineering Ltd......................................1727
Astra Products, Inc...........................................................521
Canatu, Ltd.....................................................................1708
Carestream Advanced Materials ...................................1713
Cat-I Glass ......................................................................1824
Dexerials America Corporation.....................................1021
DisplaySearch ...................................................................506
Dontech, Inc. ....................................................................921
Europtec USA Inc ...........................................................1503
FLEx Lighting, LLC ..........................................................326
GM Nameplate, Inc........................................................1921
GroGlass .........................................................................1911
Iridian Spectral Technologies Ltd. ................................1926
Iwatani Corporation ......................................................1831
J.A. Woollam Co., Inc. ......................................................527
LINTEC Corporation........................................................934
LMS Co., Ltd.....................................................................335
Lumineq Displays.............................................................321
Manz AG.........................................................................1409
Molecular Imprints ..........................................................833
Optical Filters ................................................................1115
Pixelligent Technologies, LLC .........................................327
Rockwell Collins .............................................................1531
Rolith, Inc. ........................................................................633
San Technology, Inc. ........................................................407
Wamco, Inc.....................................................................1925
Zeon Corporation ............................................................931
Phosphors
EMD..................................................................................911
Merck KGaA .....................................................................911
Photolithography Equipment
DisplaySearch ...................................................................506
Laserod ...........................................................................1114
Manz AG.........................................................................1409
Molecular Imprints ..........................................................833
nTact ...............................................................................1725
Rolith, Inc. ........................................................................633
Polarizers
Arrow Electronics...........................................................1803
CODIXX AG ....................................................................1508
Edge Electronics ...............................................................403
GM Nameplate, Inc........................................................1921
Molecular Imprints ..........................................................833
Optical Filters ................................................................1115
Rolith, Inc. ........................................................................633
San Technology, Inc. ........................................................407
Polymer Films
Astra Products, Inc...........................................................521
GM Nameplate, Inc........................................................1921
Iwatani Corporation ......................................................1831
Molecular Imprints ..........................................................833
Pixelligent Technologies, LLC .........................................327
PolyIC GmbH & CO. KG.................................................1509
Rolith, Inc. ........................................................................633
Power Supplies
Arrow Electronics...........................................................1803
Edge Electronics ...............................................................403
Endicott Research Group, Inc..........................................930
Nicomatic .........................................................................427
Quadrangle Products .....................................................1830
WPG Americas, Inc. .........................................................737
Photo Research, Inc. ......................................................1821
Radiant Zemax .................................................................621
Westar Display Technologies.........................................1431
Westboro Photonics.......................................................1624
Repair and Maintenance
Pixel Interconnect..........................................................1524
Rockwell Collins .............................................................1531
Software for Displays
DisplaySearch ...................................................................506
Kopin Corporation.........................................................1812
Shintech, Inc.....................................................................927
Xenarc Technologies Corp ...............................................626
Source Imaging Goniometers
Radiant Zemax .................................................................621
Projection Displays - LC
Test and Measurement Equipment
HOLOEYE Photonics AG ...............................................1920
ELDIM ............................................................................1421
Endicott Research Group, Inc..........................................930
Gooch & Housego Orlando............................................1702
Instec, Inc. ......................................................................1726
Instrument Systems ......................................................1720
J.A. Woollam Co., Inc. ......................................................527
Konica Minolta Sensing Americas, Inc. ........................1724
NLT Technologies, Inc. ..................................................1320
Photo Research, Inc. ......................................................1821
Pixel Interconnect..........................................................1524
Radiant Zemax .................................................................621
UNIGLOBE KISCO Inc.....................................................734
Westar Display Technologies.........................................1431
Projection Displays - LCOS
HOLOEYE Photonics AG ...............................................1920
HOLOEYE Systems, Inc.................................................1920
Projection Displays - MEMS
Stemmerich, Inc.............................................................1537
Projection Displays for Head-up Displays
HOLOEYE Photonics AG ...............................................1920
HOLOEYE Systems, Inc.................................................1920
Projection Screens
Astra Products, Inc...........................................................521
GM Nameplate, Inc........................................................1921
Protective Films
3M...................................................................................1003
Applied Laser Engineering Ltd......................................1727
Arrow Electronics...........................................................1803
Dexerials America Corporation.....................................1021
Dontech, Inc. ....................................................................921
Edge Electronics ...............................................................403
Fraunhofer COMEDD....................................................1608
Fujitsu Components America Inc....................................827
GM Nameplate, Inc........................................................1921
Goworld Display (North America), Ltd.........................1731
Iwatani Corporation ......................................................1831
LINTEC Corporation........................................................934
NIDEK Co., Ltd.................................................................635
Pixelligent Technologies, LLC .........................................327
Publications
Photometers
Carestream Advanced Materials ...................................1713
Cat-I Glass ......................................................................1824
DisplaySearch ...................................................................506
Edge Electronics ...............................................................403
FLEx Lighting, LLC ..........................................................326
Goworld Display (North America), Ltd.........................1731
HOLOEYE Photonics AG ...............................................1920
JDI Display America, Inc. ..............................................1332
Litemax Technology, Inc................................................1636
MITAS Electronics .........................................................1435
Molecular Imprints ..........................................................833
NLT Technologies, Inc. ..................................................1320
OSD Displays....................................................................631
Qualcomm ........................................................................503
San Technology, Inc. ........................................................407
Shenzhen Jinghua Displays Co., Ltd...............................831
Tianma-NLT ...................................................................1320
WPG Americas, Inc. .........................................................737
IDTechEx ........................................................................1822
Reflective Displays
Arrow Electronics...........................................................1803
Astra Products, Inc...........................................................521
in Films
3M...................................................................................1003
Astra Products, Inc...........................................................521
Beneq ................................................................................321
Canatu, Ltd.....................................................................1708
Carestream Advanced Materials ...................................1713
Cima NanoTech ................................................................412
CreaPhys GmbH.............................................................1405
DisplaySearch ...................................................................506
Dontech, Inc. ....................................................................921
FLEx Lighting, LLC ..........................................................326
GM Nameplate, Inc........................................................1921
GrafTech International..................................................1621
GroGlass .........................................................................1911
Iwatani Corporation ......................................................1831
J.A. Woollam Co., Inc. ......................................................527
LINTEC Corporation........................................................934
Lumineq Displays.............................................................321
M. Braun, Inc..................................................................1015
Manz AG.........................................................................1409
NIDEK Co., Ltd.................................................................635
PolyIC GmbH & CO. KG.................................................1509
San Technology, Inc. ........................................................407
Tru Vue ...........................................................................1034
Universal Display Corporation......................................1214
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Touch Screen Stylus
GM Nameplate, Inc........................................................1921
Xenarc Technologies Corp ...............................................626
Touch Screens
3M...................................................................................1003
AD Metro........................................................................1530
Arrow Electronics...........................................................1803
AU Optronics Corp...........................................................435
Canatu, Ltd.....................................................................1708
Carestream Advanced Materials ...................................1713
Cat-I Glass ......................................................................1824
Cima NanoTech ................................................................412
Corning Incorporated ......................................................703
Data Modul, Inc................................................................627
Dawar Technologies, Inc................................................1525
Dexerials America Corporation.....................................1021
Display Logic ..................................................................1827
DisplaySearch ...................................................................506
Edge Electronics ...............................................................403
eGalax_EMPIA Technology, Inc. .....................................935
Elo Touch Solutions .........................................................600
Emerging Display Technologies ......................................421
Endicott Research Group, Inc..........................................930
Fujitsu Components America Inc....................................827
Futaba Corporation of America ......................................731
GM Nameplate, Inc........................................................1921
Goworld Display (North America), Ltd.........................1731
IDC ....................................................................................932
Iwatani Corporation ......................................................1831
Laserod ...........................................................................1114
Litemax Technology, Inc................................................1636
Manz AG.........................................................................1409
MITAS Electronics .........................................................1435
Molecular Imprints ..........................................................833
NLT Technologies, Inc. ..................................................1320
Noritake Itron Corp. ........................................................424
Optical Filters ................................................................1115
OSD Displays....................................................................631
PanJit Touch Screens.....................................................1917
PolyIC GmbH & CO. KG.................................................1509
Rockwell Collins .............................................................1531
Rolith, Inc. ........................................................................633
San Technology, Inc. ........................................................407
Secure Communication Systems Inc.............................1836
Sharp Microelectronics, Inc.............................................711
Shenzhen Jinghua Displays Co., Ltd...............................831
Stemmerich, Inc.............................................................1537
Tianma-NLT ...................................................................1320
UICO ...............................................................................1134
Wamco, Inc.....................................................................1925
Westboro Photonics.......................................................1624
WPG Americas, Inc. .........................................................737
Xenarc Technologies Corp ...............................................626
Transparent Displays
Astra Products, Inc...........................................................521
AU Optronics Corp...........................................................435
Carestream Advanced Materials ...................................1713
Display Logic ..................................................................1827
DisplaySearch ...................................................................506
FLEx Lighting, LLC ..........................................................326
Futaba Corporation of America ......................................731
Goworld Display (North America), Ltd.........................1731
HOLOEYE Systems, Inc.................................................1920
Litemax Technology, Inc................................................1636
Lumineq Displays.............................................................321
MITAS Electronics .........................................................1435
Rolith, Inc. ........................................................................633
Stemmerich, Inc.............................................................1537
Universal Display Corporation......................................1214
WPG Americas, Inc. .........................................................737
Vacuum Equipment
CreaPhys GmbH.............................................................1405
Manz AG.........................................................................1409
Video Interfaces
Display Logic ..................................................................1827
DisplaySearch ...................................................................506
Macnica USA, Inc. ............................................................526
Westar Display Technologies.........................................1431
Video Walls
Arrow Electronics...........................................................1803
Corning Incorporated ......................................................703
Digital View....................................................................1127
DisplaySearch ...................................................................506
Litemax Technology, Inc................................................1636
Westar Display Technologies.........................................1431
WPG Americas, Inc. .........................................................737
SID Corporate Members/Exhibitors
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Abrisa Technologies...............................................502
AGC Asahi Glass.....................................................531
AU Optronics Corp. ...............................................435
Canatu, Ltd...........................................................1708
Cima NanoTech......................................................412
Corning Incorporated ............................................703
Dawar Technologies, Inc......................................1525
Dontech, Inc...........................................................921
ELDIM ..................................................................1421
Elo Touch Solutions ...............................................600
eMagin Corporation ............................................1721
Endicott Research Group, Inc. ..............................930
Epoxy Technology................................................1026
Europtec USA, Inc................................................1503
FocalTech Systems, Ltd. ........................................837
Instrument Systems ............................................1720
I-PEX.....................................................................1427
Henkel Corp .........................................................1311
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JDI Display America, Inc.....................................1332
LINTEC Corporation .............................................934
Luminit LLC .........................................................1809
Merck KGaA ...........................................................911
Mitsubishi Electric US, Inc..................................1837
Nanosys................................................................1622
Noritake Itron Corp...............................................424
Novaled GmbH ....................................................1413
Ocular .....................................................................721
Optical Filters ......................................................1115
Photo Research, Inc .............................................1821
Radiant Zemax.......................................................621
Rolith, Inc...............................................................633
Sharp Microelectronics, Inc. .................................711
Tannas Electronics...............................................1620
TATSUTA Electric Wire & Cable Co., Ltd............1035
Westar Display Technologies ..............................1431
Meeting Rooms
Located in the rear of the show floor
3M ............................................................................................3, 6, 9
Arrow Electronics ..........................................................................21
Avnet (located outside the exhibits)..........................................7AB
Bi-Search International.................................................................11
Corning Incorporated......................................................................7
Henkel............................................................................................13
JDI Display America, Inc............................................14, 15, 17, 18
LG Display .....................................................................................19
Mitsubishi Electric US, Inc. ..........................................................20
Rockwell Collins ............................................................................22
Rolith, Inc. ........................................................8 (Wednesday only)
Samsung Display Company.............................................................1
Sharp Microelectronics, Inc. .......................................................4, 5
SmartkemLimited .........................................................................16
Solomon Systech Limited ...............................................................2
Tianma Microelectronics (USA) Inc. ......................................10, 12
Tru Vue, Inc............................................................8 (Tuesday only)
2014 Display Week 45
231
324
FLEx
Lighting,
LLG
326
Networking
Lounge
316
Taica North
America
Corp.
318
4JET
Technologies
GmbH
320
Toray
Engineering
Co., Ltd.
322
8
4
7
3
424
Sartomer
Americas
Noritake
Itron
Corp.
430
Ellsworth
Adhesives
408
Kimoto
Tech
Inc.
412
Cima
NanoTech
420
303
Hanvon
309
HOLD
311
HOLD
313
HOLD
315
Photonics
Media
321
323
Beneq
Lumineq
Displays
Publication
Booth
327
Pixelligent
Technologies,
LLC
331
OxAcs (Oxford
Advanced
Conductors)
335
LMS Co., LTD
ENTRANCE
2
1
300 AISLE
145
6
5
12
11
I-Zone
10
9
506
403
600
732
Optica
Display
734
503
Qualcomm
511
BOE Technology
Group Co, LTD.
521
Astra Products
Inc
621
Radiant Zemax
627
Data Modul, Inc.
Xenarc
J.A.
Woollam Technologies
Corp
Co., Inc.
527
730
631
OSD
Displays EarthLCD
633
Rolith,
Inc.
635
UNIGLOBE
KISCO
INC.
Daido
NIDEK Steel
Co.,
CO.,
Ltd.
LTD
736
703
Corning
Incorporated
711
Sharp
Microelectronics,
Inc.
721
Ocular
731
Futaba
Corporation
of America
737
WPG Americas, Inc.
Sales Office
531
626
AGC Asahi
Glass
Elo Touch Solutions
502
Edge
Abrisa
Electronics Technologies
407
San
Technology, DisplaySearch
Inc.
421
Emerging
Display
Technologies
427
526
Macnica
USA,
Inc.
530
Nicomatic
431
Xaar
PLC
FSN,
Inc.
435
AU Optronics
Corp.
500 AISLE
16
600 AISLE
15
700 AISLE
EXIT
Hodogaya
Chemical
Fujitsu
Components
America Inc.
821
S
Umicore Thin Film
Products
701
926
930
Epoxy
Technology
Shintech,
Inc.
1026
1030
931
911
Merck KGaA
921
Dontech, Inc.
927
Gamma
Scientific
1034
935
Zeon
Corporation
Tru Vue
EGalax_eMPIA
Technology Inc
3
3M
Sharp Microelectronics
of the Americas
4
902
Samsung Display
Company
Gunze
Electronics
827
831
932
Endicott
Research
Group, Inc
Shenzhen Jinghua
Displays Co., Ltd.
833
IDC
934
Molecular
Imprints
835
Pilkington
North
America
837
Samsung
Display
Company
FocalTech
Systems, LINTEC
Ltd.
Corporation
1
6
7
3M
Corning
Incorporated
8
9
10
3M
Tianma
11
Bi-Search,
Inc.
3M
ENTRANCE
1003
1015 1114
M. Braun,
Laserod
Inc.
Dexerials
America
Corporation
1021
Sevasa
1027 1126
Nouvoyance,
Inc.
1031 1130
Ito America
Corporation
Solomon
Systech
Limited
UICO
1035 1134
Tatsuta Electric
Wire & Cable Co.,
Ltd
Optical
Filters
Universal
Display
Corporation
1115 1214
1121
E Ink
Corporation
Digital View
1127
1131
Bi-Search, Inc.
1137
VP Dynamics Labs
(Mobile) Ltd
MEETING ROOMS
1000 AISLE
14
800 AISLE
5
1100 AISLE
2
900 AISLE
Tru Vue
Rolith,
Inc.
1311
Henkel Corp
1302
LG Display Co. Ltd
1320
NLT
Technologies, Inc.
Tianma-NLT
1332
KOE-Americas,
Inc.
JDI Display America,
Inc.
JDI Display
America, Inc.
14
15
JDI Display
America, Inc.
16
Tianma
12
13
Smartkem
Limited
Henkel Corp
1200 AISLE
Sharp Microelectronics
of the Americas
Schenk
Vision
AD
Metro
MITAS
Electronics
Westar
Display
Technologies
1524
TFD Inc.
Pixel
Interconnect
1506
sim4tec
GmbH
1508
CODIXX
AG
1510
MDI SCHOOT
Advanced
Processing GmbH
1512
AIXTRON
SE
ENTRANCE
1403
German Pavilion
1405
CreaPhys
GmbH
1407
1409
SpringerVerlag
Manz
AG
1413
Novaled
GmbH
1421 1520
ELDIM
I-PEX
1427
1431 1530
1435 1534
Elpa
Displays,
Inc.
1437 1536
JDI Display
America, Inc.
17
JDI Display
America, Inc.
18
19
JDI Display
America, Inc.
Advanced Link
Photonics, Inc.
1400 AISLE
Solomon
Systech
Limited
1503
Europtec
USA Inc
1509 1608
PolyIC Fraunhofer
GmbH & COMEDD
CO. KG
1513
IHS
1521 1620
Tannas
Electronics
1622
1525 1624
Westboro
Photonics
Parker Nanosys
Chomerics
Dawar
Technologies
1531
Rockwell
Collins
1537 1636
Mitsubishi
Electric
US, Inc.
20
Arrow
Electronics
21
22
Rockwell
Collins
Litemax
Stemmerich Technology,
Inc
1500 AISLE
CONCESSION
SEATING
1836
Chi Mei Visual
Technology Co.,
LTD
Secure
Communication
Systems Inc.
SMK
Electronics
Corp.
Instec
Inc.
Konica Minolta
Sensing Americas,
Inc.
1726
1731 1830
1631
1625 1724
SLENCIL
Company
1609 1708
Canatu,
LTD
1603 1702
Gooch &
Housego
Orlando
Inc.
1704
Sun-Tec 1706
America, Boron
Molecular
LLC
i-sft
GmbH
1621 1720
Graftech Instrument
International Systems
Cat-I
Glass
Adhesives
Research
1822
IDTechEx
nLIGHT
Kopin
Corporation
DELO Industrie
Klebstoffe GmbH
& Co. KGaA
1810
1703
Nagase America
Corporation
California Branch
1709 1808
Raydiance
1713 1812
Carestream
Advanced
Materials
1715
Kristel
Displays
1721 1820
EMagin
Corporation
1725 1824
nTact
1727 1826
Applied Laser
Engineering AmtouchUSA
LTD
Quadrangle
Products
1832
Kyocera Industrial
Ceramics
Corporation
Glyndwr
Innovations,
Ltd.
1735 1834
Nanofilm
Goworld Display
(North America),
LTD
Q-Vio,
Inc.
1637 1736
EUROLCDS
1600 AISLE
13
400 AISLE
San Diego Convention Center – Lower Level Halls A/B/C
June 3–5, 2014
1700 AISLE
Exhibitor Floorplan
Iridian Spectral
Technologies
Ltd.
Impact
Display
Solutions
Display
Logic
SouthWest
NanoTechnologies
1827 1926
1831
Iwatani
Corporation
Mitsubishi Electric
US, Inc.
1837
1840
1825 1924
Infinite
Trading
1809 1908
Z
Microsystems
1904
1803 1902
Arrow
Electronics
1807 1906
Dark Field
Technologies
Luminit
LLC
1813
QD Vision, Inc.
1821 1920
Photo HOLOEYE
Research, Photonics
AG
Inc
Protavic
America
Inc.
Fluxim
AG
1903
INCOM
Inc
1907
General Digital
Corporation, Optical
Bonding Lab
1909
Momentive
Performance
Materials
1911
1913
GroGlass
1915
1917
PanJit
Touch
Screens
1921
GM
Nameplate
1923
1925
Wamco,
Inc.
1931
Networking
Lounge
Exhibitors Forum
CONCESSION
SEATING
1800 AISLE
8'X16'
1900 AISLE
STAGE
Printed Electronics—We Build the Market
Exhibition: March 4 – 5, 2015
Conference: March 3 – 5, 2015
©: Organic solar cell: Fraunhofer ISE Holst Centre (above),
Neale Cousland / Heliatek GmbH (middle), Karl Knauer KG (below)
Messe München, Germany
Top trends.
Key innovations.
Expert speakers.
Register now!
7th International Exhibition
and Conference for the
Printed Electronics Industry
www.lopec.com
Contact: LOPEC – U.S. Office
Ms. Francesca Novak, Project Manager
[email protected]
Phone: 646-437-1016, Fax: 212-262-6519
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Sustaining Membership
GOLD CORPORATE MEMBERS
light measurement
SILVER CORPORATE MEMBERS
T UCH
DISPLAY
RESEARCH
CORPORATE MEMBERS
Abrisa Technologies
Applied Nanotech
AU Optronics Corp.
Canatu Oy
Cima NanoTech
Corning Japan
Dawar Technologies, Inc
Elo Touch Systems
eMagin Corp.
Engicott Research Group
Epoxy Technology
EuropTec USA
FocalTech Systems
Industrial Technology Research
Institute
I-PEX
Japan Display, Inc.
Japan Patent Office
Lintec
LMS Global
Luminit
LXD Research & Display LLC
Merck Display Technologies, Ltd.
Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
NANOSYS
NEC Corp.
NextWindow
Noritake Itron Corp.
Novaled
Ocular
Optical Filters USA
Optoma Europe
Photo Research
Rolic Technologies
Sartomer USA
Semtech
Sharp Corporation
Tannas Electronics
Tatsuta Electric Wire & Cable Co.
Teijin Dupont Films Japan
Limited
TFD, Inc.
Vestel Electronics A.S.
Westar Display Technologies, Inc.
WINTEK Corp.
DISPLAY WEEK 2014
Innovation Zone (I-Zone)
Sponsored by
The I-Zone provides a forum for live demonstrations of emerging
information-display technologies in the main Exhibit Hall. The I-Zone,
sponsored by E Ink, offers researchers space to demonstrate their
prototypes or other hardware demo units for 2 days free of charge,
encouraging participation by small companies, startups, universities,
government labs, and independent research labs.
Asahi Kasei Chemicals Corp. (Table 2)
Daetec LLC (Table 9)
Holoxica Ltd. (Table 8)
INSIAVA (Table 10)
Lumiode, Inc. (Table 5)
Ostendo Technologies, Inc. (Table 3)
Plastic Logic (Table 13)
PolarScreens Inc. (Table 6)
Princeton University (Table 15)
PrintLess Plans, LLC (Table 1)
Sharp Corp. (Table 14)
Sun Innovations, Inc. (Table 16)
Tangible Haptics, LLC (Table 7)
University of Sunderland (Table 4)
X6D USA Inc., dba XPAND3D (Table 11)
Zhejiang University (Table 12)
DISpLAY WEEK 2014 Sponsors
e Society for Information Display would like to acknowledge the
following sponsors of Display Week 2014.
3M
Booth 1003
AGC Asahi Glass
Booth 531
AU Optronics Corp.
Booth 435
AVnET
Meeting Room 7AB
BOE Technology Group Co.
Booth 511
Corning Incorporated
Booth 703
Dawar Technologies
Booth 1525
Dexerials America Corporation
Booth 1021
Dontech
Booth 921
E Ink
Booth 1121
GM nameplate
Booth 1921
Henkel Corporation
Booth 1311
Bright Ideas in Fiberoptics
light measurement
InCOM
Booth 1903
Instrument Systems
Booth 1720
LG Display Co., Ltd.
Booth 1302
Ocular
Booth 721
parker Chomerics
Booth 1521
radiant Zemax
Booth 621
Sartomer Americas
Booth 420
Solomon Systech
Booth 1130
Tianma – nLT
Booth 1320
Tru Vue
Booth 1034
COnfErEnCE CO-SpOnSOrS
A N D
dura
C O M P A N Y
Cowen and Company (Investors Conference)
The Most Durable Touch Solutions
UICO
Booth 1134
Universal Display Corporation
Booth 1214
US Micro products
Zeon Corp.
Booth 931
IHS Conferences (Business and Market Focus Conferences)
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