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KYOCERA Group to Exhibit at CEATEC JAPAN 2013 Tradeshow Oct. 1-5

See and hear the new 1mm ultra-thin piezo film speaker along with a diverse range of indispensable products for lifestyle and business

September 20, 2013
The Kyocera Group will be exhibiting featured products and technologies at the CEATEC JAPAN 2013 tradeshow — one of Asia’s largest showcases for pioneering IT and electronics — from October 1-5 at the Makuhari Messe International Convention Complex (Chiba Pref., Japan).

A highlight of Kyocera’s booth will be a demonstration of the new 1mm ultra-thin piezo film speaker which was born of the company’s proprietary fine ceramics technology. Showcasing the Kyocera Group’s technological and integrated capabilities in both lifestyle and business applications, the company’s booth is arranged into theme displays: Environmental & Energy, Information & Communications, and Automotive Components.

Highlights & Outline of Kyocera’s Booth

Highlights on display

Piezo film speaker
Piezo film speaker
Hear the new 1mm-thin piezo film speaker with your own ears. Its low directivity characteristics broaden the sound projection range providing 180-degree sound quality, and its high responsivity brings delicate and minute sounds to life providing a much more realistic audio experience.
Newest U.S. smartphone Hydro Elite
Newest U.S. smartphone
Hydro Elite
Kyocera's Home Energy Management System (HEMS)
Kyocera’s Home Energy
Management System (HEMS)


October 1* (Tue) - 5 (Sat), 2013 (10:00-17:00)
* First day: Press & invited members only. No admission for the general public.


Makuhari Messe (Chiba Pref., Japan), Hall 2, Booth #2A61

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Theme Displays (planned)

Piezoelectric Technology:
Featured products: Ultra-thin lightweight piezo film speaker, Smart Sonic Receiver technology, vibrating device to make hard surfaces into a speaker (under development).
Highlights: Hear the world’s first* piezo film speaker used in flat-screen TVs, place new vibrating device on a hard surface and watch it transform into a speaker.

Environmental & Energy:
Featured products: High-quality solar modules and Li-ion storage batteries combined with an Energy Management System (EMS).
Highlights: Video presentation introducing Kyocera’s EMS and solar power generating systems.

Information & Communications:
Featured products: New smartphones and feature phones for the U.S. and Japan markets which feature Smart Sonic Receiver technology, electronic packages and components used in handsets and base stations.
Highlights: Touch-and-try demonstrations of the company’s newest mobile phones and Smart Sonic Receiver technology which transmits clear voice reception via vibrations on the display screen.

Printing Devices:
Featured products: “Fast, beautiful, durable and eco” is the motto behind Kyocera’s diverse range of printing devices.
Highlights: Video display and print sample of Kyocera’s textile-use inkjet printheads, demos of the speed of photo and receipt application thermal printheads.

Automotive Components:
Featured products: A variety of components and devices that contribute to higher intelligence and environmental efficiency in automobiles.
Highlights: Exhibition of high brightness LCDs for automotive applications provided by Kyocera Display Corporation.

Decorative Materials:
Featured products: “Kyoto Opal” material applications using the company’s original crystal technology.
Highlights: Premium clock used in the high-end Lexus automobile, and various new application examples.


Kyocera HEMS displayed in ECHONET Consortium booth (6G10)
Kyocera’s home energy management system (HEMS) will also be on display in the lifestyle innovation display in the ECHONET Consortium’s booth — an organization which Kyocera is a member to that aims to develop standards for and promote the use of energy conservation and home network systems.

* First piezo film speaker to be used in a flat-screen TV. As of July 2013; based on research by Kyocera.