Posts Tagged: OSRAM

osram omnipoint

I had previously posted about what I call “solid state beam shaping” three years ago, so it is nice to see some actual industry innovation in this direction:  OSRAM revealed a new multi-array lighting technology called Omnipoint that was named

osram omnipoint

I had previously posted about what I call “solid state beam shaping” three years ago, so it is nice to see some actual industry innovation in this direction:  OSRAM revealed a new multi-array lighting technology called Omnipoint that was named

osram ditching lamps

Via Reuters: Germany’s Osram (OSRn.DE) plans to transfer its 2 billion euro ($2.5 billion) general lamps business into an independent legal structure, paving the way for a possible spin-off or sale and allowing it to focus on automotive lighting and

osram ditching lamps

Via Reuters: Germany’s Osram (OSRn.DE) plans to transfer its 2 billion euro ($2.5 billion) general lamps business into an independent legal structure, paving the way for a possible spin-off or sale and allowing it to focus on automotive lighting and

light + building 2014: flex-tape

An interesting trend in lighting tech right now is the growing use of flexible circuit boards for lighting — commonly called “flex-tape”.  Think of this as the high-quality evolution of ye-olde LED rope light.  Lots of suppliers showed flex-tape components

light + building 2014: flex-tape

An interesting trend in lighting tech right now is the growing use of flexible circuit boards for lighting — commonly called “flex-tape”.  Think of this as the high-quality evolution of ye-olde LED rope light.  Lots of suppliers showed flex-tape components

l+b: OSRAM

OSRAM had an impressive booth this year.  Maybe Siemens is really crackin’ the whip for OSRAM’s impending public offering, but their booth really had an energy and some sort of raison d’etre that seemed lacking in their booth at Light +

l+b: OSRAM

OSRAM had an impressive booth this year.  Maybe Siemens is really crackin’ the whip for OSRAM’s impending public offering, but their booth really had an energy and some sort of raison d’etre that seemed lacking in their booth at Light +