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Lighting Technology in the Capital Region Berlin-Brandenburg

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  • Germany
  • Brandenburg
  • Berlin
  • Selux
  • Osram
  • Lighting
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Quality control at FUTURELED volaTiles modules can reproduce millions of colors Companies Amplex Denmark Artrolux bdL.Büro für Daten & Lichttechnik BRAUN Lighting Solutions Brilliance Fab Berlin Code Mercenaries Concord LED Solution ElektroCouture EMO Systems EPIGAP Optronic FoxyLED FUTURELED G.L.E. – Gesellschaft für lichttechnische Erzeugnisse Green Plus GUBBEMED International GUSTAV HAHN H.M. Wörwag Hans Boehlke Elektroinstallationen Hansen Neon ICE Gateway Instrument Systems Optische Messtechnik INURU i-save energy Kardorff Ingenieure Lichtplanung LaserAnimation Sollinger Laserlight Showdesign LED Expo Berlin LEDsparlicht LEDs UP LEDVANCE LEDwork Lichtvision Design Limax LittleSun LMT Lichtmesstechnik Berlin Lucelab Lumi-Con Lutron Electronics MAWA Design MX-ELECTRONIC Oligo Lichttechnik OSA Opto Light Lighting technology is an important focus area in the photonics cluster in the capital region. Here, world-renowned developers and producers such as Osram, Siemens or Selux manufacture high-tech lighting systems and illuminants for indoor and outdoor use, signal systems or special applications for the automobile industry and medical engineering. Other global players have their sales offices in Berlin. A multitude of small and medium-sized enterprises with a strong background in R&D develop and produce components such as LEDs and other optoelectronic signals, ballasts, and innovative lighting, control, and management systems for new products and retrofits. Important impulses for lighting technology also come from the vibrant startup scene, especially at the interface of technology, design and architecture. Fashion designers are experimenting with technical applications relating to apparel. Some of the world’s leading lighting design offices and architects provide concepts for implementation in a variety of fields of application. And after all, the capital region, as a major location for culture and media, is also a center for enterprises in the field of film and theater lighting. »We use lens-prism optics developed and patented in Lenzen for our surface inspection lamps. We use them where flawless surfaces are required, including with all notable automobile manufacturers.« Thomas Dulas CEO Oligo Lichttechnik GmbH surface controls »Intelligent light for an intelligent city: With the LED catwalk in Berlin, we explore and demonstrate innovative LED outside lighting and provide a point of contact for interested scientists, manufacturers, planners, municipalities and citizens.« Prof. Dr.-Ing. Stephan Völker Head of the Department of Lighting Technology Technische Universität Berlin Research The Department of Lighting Technology of the Technische Universität Berlin, which was founded in 1882, is the oldest and most venerable lighting technology institute in Germany. The institute focuses today on basic and applied research in lighting systems, light management, daylight systems, photometry, light quality, the physiological and psychological effects of glare, mesopic vision, and the photobiological and photochemical effects of light. Innovative LED technology plays a significant role. In 2014, the LED catwalk was built as a new testing infrastructure; it simulates the inner-city roads and paths, sidewalks and plazas over an area of 1,500 meters at the Deutsches Technikmuseum. It allows various lighting scenarios to be set up with different lighting fittings to test their effectiveness. Other research activities involve the development of OLEDs and UV- LEDs on the basis of nitride semiconductors. The Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute in Berlin has developed »high-speed internet from the ceiling lamp«. In this technology, LED light from commercially available lamps is switched on and off at extremely high speeds

Strong scientific basis High number of specialist small and medium-sized enterprises and service providers with a wide range of expertise Intensive networking of science and industry Technological focuses: intelligent illumination systems, semiconductor light sources (LED, OLED, UV-LED, laser diodes), special illuminants, human centric lighting, visible light communication, quantum dots, functional materials, printed electronics Consolidation of technology, design and architecture Attractive location for a well-trained, specialist workforce UV lamp trolley from Berolina for sewer pipe refurbishment Excellent funding opportunities using a modulator. The resulting optical WLAN can reach speeds of up to 3 gigabits per second for a wide range of applications. In the research area of »functional polymer systems«, the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Polymer Research (IAP) in Potsdam-Golm is developing materials with semi-conductive properties, as well as chromogenic, phototropic and luminescent polymers, which can be processed into organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs). The latest developments include quantum dots, which ensure brilliant colors in LC displays. Close cooperation between science and business The consortium »Advanced UV for Life« is an alliance of enterprises and research facilities, which is dedicated to the development and implementation of UV LEDs. Projects cover the entire value chain from material and customized semi-conductor components, modules, and devices through to application. Key areas of application include medicine, water treatment, and production technology, as well as the environment and life sciences. »Advanced »OSRAM has been in Berlin for over 100 years and, just like the city itself, combines tradition and innovation in lighting technology. There are many creative, young enterprises here, with whom we develop new ideas, products and applications.« Dr. Josef Kröll Specialty Lighting – Innovation and IP Management OSRAM GmbH Marcin Ratajczak Founder INURU GmbH »Inuru illuminates packaging and printed products. Berlin provides us with the optimal research environment and the infrastructure appropriate for the development of printed light systems.« UV for Life« is sponsored by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research within the »Zwanzig20 – Partnerschaft für Innovation« program. In the INAM Innovation Network for Advanced Materials, concepts for the use of new materials and technologies in electronics, optics and photonics are developed and implemented. Focuses include cost-effective processing in printing technology, alternative transparent, conductive coatings for mass application in thin-film solar cells, or the introduction of OLED technology in the automotive industry. As a non-profit, independent research facility, the Optotransmitter-Umweltschutz-Technologie e.V. (OUT) links small and medium-sized enterprises, other research facilities, and natural persons. It conducts nationwide, applicationand industry-oriented research and development for optoelectronic, thin-film, sensor, and signal processing technologies, through to the development of prototypes. OSRAM Power Light Systems PRC Krochmann RL-Design Schott Beleuchtungstechnik Seitec Selux Siemens – Signaltechnik Sill Leuchten SIUT SUMOLIGHT sygns UVphotonics NT volatiles lighting Research Beuth University of Applied Sciences Berlin Brandenburg University of Applied Sciences Ferdinand-Braun-Institut, Leibniz-Institut fuer Hoechstfrequenztechnik (FBH) Fraunhofer HHI Fraunhofer IZM Integrative Research Institute for the Sciences IRIS Adlershof Leibniz Institute for Astro - physics Potsdam (AIP) Leibniz-Institut für Kristall - züchtung (IKZ) Optotransmitter Umweltschutz Technologie (OUT e.V.) Paul Drude Institute for Solid State Electronics (PDI) Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB) Technische Universität Berlin, Department of Lighting Technology Universität der Künste (UdK) University of Potsdam Organizations Berlin Leuchtet Deutsche Lichttechnische Gesellschaft (LiTG) Festival of Lights LEDnetwork Optec-Berlin-Brandenburg (OpTecBB)

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