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KYOCERA Group to Exhibit at CEATEC JAPAN 2011 Tradeshow Oct 4-8
Featuring the company’s comprehensive technology & product line
Showcasing the Kyocera Group’s technological and integrated capabilities, the company’s booth is arranged into three theme displays - Energy & Environmental Protection, Information & Communications, and Material Technologies - featuring diverse product & technology applications.
Furthermore, a Kyocera representative will give a keynote speech on October 7 on the topic of, “An Outlook of Product Technology to Support a New Era in Sustainable Energy.” Also, Kyocera will be cooperating to display its solar energy products in the Smart Community Innovation 2011 area special exhibition, Smart Community "ZERO", which is being put together by Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.
October 4* (Tue) - 8 (Sat), 2011 (10:00-17:00)
* First day: Press & invited members only (pre-registration required). No admission for the general public.
|Location||Makuhari Messe (Chiba Prefecture, Japan), Hall 6, Booth #6E59|
|Exhibitor’s Stage||Electronic Components, Devices and Industrial Equipment Stage
(Passive Components Zone)
|Web Site||CEATEC JAPAN 2011 http://www.ceatec.com/2011/en/|
Outline & Highlights of Kyocera’s Booth
1. Energy & Environmental Protection: Supporting next-generation energy management
Featured products: Solar modules, Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFCs), LED-related components, and eco-friendly products for energy creation and low-energy consumption. Also, a video will feature the Kyocera Group’s diverse products which are contributing to energy management.
2. Information & Communications: Supporting businesses with diverse products for the information & communication industry
Featured products: New “DIGNO” smartphone, mobile phones and other telecommunications equipment, electronic components & connectors, semiconductor components, thin-film components, LCDs.
3. Material Technologies: Creating new decorative materials with fine ceramic technology
Featured products: “Kyoto Opal” decorative materials, etc.
|Topic||An Outlook of Product Technology to Support a New Era in Sustainable Energy (simultaneous translation available)|
|Speaker||Mr. Takahisa Yamamoto, General Manager of New Business R&D Division, Corporate R&D Group, KYOCERA Corporation|
|Date & Time||October 7 (Fri), 2011 12:30-13:30|
|Location||Makuhari Messe, 2nd Floor, Convention Hall B, International Conference Hall|
Special Exhibition: Smart Community "ZERO" (in cooperation with Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.)
|Location||Makuhari Messe, Hall 3, Booth #3B16|
|Exhibitor’s Stage||Special Stage: Smart Community Innovation 2011|
|Topic||Based on a theme of “Start from Zero” envisioning a new social system which includes zero emission, and communities with self-generation capability to cope with global warming and natural disasters.|
|Featured Kyocera Products||Solar modules, “Solar Cycle Station” for recharging electric assisted bicycles.|
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