Research & Development

China Japan

R&D

R&D

The Kyocera Group operates research and development facilities devoted to materials, components, devices, equipment, software and systems. Kyocera also maintains a global research network specializing in production process technologies. We continually work to increase the capabilities of the Kyocera Group by connecting our advanced technologies to grow as an enterprise while contributing to society.

  • R&D01

  • R&D02

  • R&D03

  • R&D01

  • R&D02

  • R&D03

R&D Centers

  • R&D Center, Kagoshima (Japan)

    R&D Center, Kagoshima
    (Japan)

    Research and development of basic and applied technologies, as well as process technologies for fine ceramics.

  • R&D Center, Keihanna(Kyoto, Japan)

    R&D Center, Keihanna
    (Kyoto, Japan)

    Basic research and applied development of optical and electronic devices,photovoltaic cells, and related products using advanced thin-film technologies.

  • Yokohama Office (Japan)

    Yokohama Office
    (Japan)

    Basic research on next-generation wireless communications technologies, development of related equipment, and systems development for core markets.

  • Osaka Daito Office (Japan)

    Osaka Daito Office
    (Japan)

    Development of high-productivity manufacturing processes and manufacturing equipment.

  • KYOCERA Document Solutions HQ R&D Center(Osaka, Japan)

    KYOCERA Document Solutions HQ R&D Center
    (Osaka, Japan)

    Research and development of printers and multifunctional systems for next-generation document imaging.

  • KYOCERA International, Inc.(San Diego, U.S.A.)

    KYOCERA International, Inc.
    (San Diego, U.S.A.)

    Research, development, and manufacturing of semiconductor components, such as substrates and packages for high-performance, high-reliability applications.

  • AVX Corporation(Greenville, South Carolina, U.S.A.)

    AVX Corporation
    (Greenville, South Carolina, U.S.A.)

    Research, development, and manufacturing of electronic components to facilitate further miniaturization and weight reduction in electronic equipment.

  • A World Leader in Intellectual Property

    Thomson Reuters, a worldwide business information provider, recently named the Kyocera Group among its Top 100 Global Innovators for developing intellectual property and patents. Thomson Reuters measures patent activities based on four principal criteria: overall patent volume, patent grant success rate, global reach of the portfolio, and patent influence as evidenced by citations. Within these four categories, Kyocera received especially favorable ratings for its success rate and global reach. Kyocera considers the intellectual property it develops through R&D to be a vital management resource essential for further business growth.

  • A World Leader in Intellectual Property

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