electronica 2016: Kyocera presents brand new technologies for the automotive industry

Kyoto / Neuss – Kyocera will be presenting its extensive portfolio of innovative solutions for the automotive industry at this year’s electronica in Munich, Germany (Hall A3, Booth 241). The global trade fair for electronic components, systems and applications takes place from 8–11 November.


KYOCERA Solar Technical Service Center: Services with a bright future

Kyoto, Japan/Neuss, Germany − The Solar Technical Service Center from Kyocera Fineceramics GmbH, based in Esslingen in the state of Baden-Württemberg, Germany, offers an all-in-one service for managing and optimising solar power installations – including fault analysis and repairs – regardless of manufacturer.


Sushi for Christmas: No problem thanks to KYOCERA

Kyoto/Neuss − Sushi is not only very tasty, it also increases your life expectancy, as was found in a study carried out by the National Center for Global Health and Medicine in Tokyo. This makes sushi a perfect alternative to greasy holiday classics such as duck, goose or roast. However, most people do not have the right knives to prepare sushi themselves. This is where the ceramic knife experts come in.



New A3 MFPs help companies save resources

London, UK – September 5th 2016: KYOCERA Document Solutions, one of the world’s leading document solutions companies, has launched five new colour and five new monochrome A3 multifunctional devices that fit Kyocera’s Managed Document Services (MDS) approach.


KYOCERA sterilisation technology: innovative, affordable, environmentally friendly multilayer substrates for plasma surface treatment

The use of ceramic multilayer substrates for the plasma treatment of surfaces sets new hygiene standards for food packaging

Kyoto / Neuss - Kyocera Corporation is now using its special ceramic multilayer substrate technology for an application involving atmospheric DBD (dielectric barrier discharge) plasma. The plasma pre-treatment of packaging materials is an important processing step, as it modifies the properties of the surface and prepares it to the best possible standard, ready for subsequent treatments. The thermal properties and chemical stability of the multilayer substrates make them particularly suitable for use in the context of food packaging.


KYOCERA to introduce super alloy, aluminium, titanium and cast iron cutting tools at AMB in September

Kyoto/Neuss – The Japanese ceramics specialist Kyocera will introduce its new cutting tool solutions at this year´s AMB trade fair in Stuttgart, Germany. The innovative products include the 4JER Solid Endmill, an update for the face-milling cutter MFWN, the CA3 Series with a new CVD coated carbide grade and chipbreakers for cast iron machining. SGS, which was acquired by Kyocera in May, will join the exhibition as well as all upcoming events.


KYOCERA introduces customized LED module with a colour spectrum close to sunlight for diverse applications

Achieves excellent rendering of the daylight spectrum and enables a wide variety of applications

Kyoto / Neuss - Kyocera Corporation introduced new LED modules with a colour spectrum very close to natural sunlight as a special lighting solution. The new type of light-emitting diode (LED) is ideal for colour-inspection such as in paint manufacturing, commercial printing, and automotive colour inspection.


KYOCERA Marks 10th Anniversary of “Green Curtains”

Environmental and energy-saving initiative expands to 27 corporate sites, employee and resident homes

Kyoto/Neuss – Kyocera Corporation announced that it is planting Green Curtains at its factories and offices in Japan for the 10th consecutive year as part of its ongoing environmental protection and sustainability activities. The natural foliage of climbing plants creates “curtains” that cover building walls and windows, providing shade for the rooms inside and lowering the building temperature by up to 2 degrees Celsius* while helping reduce the use of energy-consuming air-conditioning systems.


Kyocera, along with RIKEN and Organ Technologies, has launched a joint research to develop a regenerative medical treatment for hair loss, targeting practical use in 2020

The partnership aims to develop technologies and products for treating hair loss by regenerating hair follicles. Because no existing treatment can increase the number of hair follicles, any viable method of regenerating hair follicles has great potential to succeed.

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