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Global Glass Wafers Market 2018 | Outlook and Trending Forecast

Glass Wafers Market Report covers the producers‘ information, including shipment, value, income, net profit, talk with the record, business circulation and so forth., this information enables the customer to think about the contenders better. This Glass Wafers report additionally covers every one of the locales and nations of the world, which demonstrates a local advancement status, including Glass Wafers market size, volume and esteem, and also valuable information. Glass Wafers industry additionally covers distinctive ventures customer’s data, which is essential for the makers.

With the interruption in world financial development, the Glass Wafers industry has additionally endured a specific effect, yet at the same time kept up a moderately idealistic development, the previous four years, Glass Wafers market size to keep up the normal yearly development rate of X% from XXXX million $ in 2014 to XXXX million $ in 2017, BisReport experts trust that in the following couple of years, Glass Wafers market size will be additionally extended, we expect that by 2023, the market size of the Glass Wafers will achieve XXXX million $ in the end.

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Geographical Regions Focusing On Glass Wafers Market:

North America Glass Wafers Industry (The USA, Mexico, and Canada, ), Europe (Austria, Switzerland, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, UK), Asia-Pacific and Australia Glass Wafers Industry (China, South Korea, Thailand, India, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Japan), Latin America/South America Glass Wafers Industry (Brazil and Argentina), The Middle East and Africa Glass Wafers Industry (South Africa, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Morocco and Nigeria).

Key Players in the Glass Wafers Market Research Report:

SCHOTT
Nippon Electric Glass
Asahi Glass Co
Corning
Tecnisco
Plan Optik AG
Bullen
Swift Glass
Coresix Precision Glass
Edmund Optics
Hoya Corporation
Sydor Optics
Prazisions Glas & Optik
Valley Design
Zhejiang Lante Optics
Nikon

Applications of Glass Wafers Market:

2 inch
3 inch
4 inch
5 inch
6 inch
8 inch
12 inch
Others

Types of Glass Wafers Market:

Aerospace Equipment
Motor Vehicles
Machinery & Equipment
Pipe & Fitting
Valves, Pumps & Compressors
Special Industry Machinery
Others

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Definite Data About The Accompanying Focuses: 

Glass Wafers Industry Overview: Definitions, applications, characterization and other fundamental data about the business is canvassed in this part. Chain structure of the business is given alongside an examination of different arrangements and news. Improvement of the business is surveyed with the data on the current status of the business in different locales.

Creation Analysis:

Capacity and generation are broke down into different kinds, districts, and makers. Likewise, income examination for Glass Wafers market is given as for these three angles.

Methodological Data:

Assembling process for the Glass Wafers is considered around there. The examination covers unrefined material suppliers, adapt suppliers, material cost, equipment cost, work cost and distinctive costs. Utmost and formation of various amassing plants, their dissemination, and R&D status are also given.

Source and Consumption examination:

The supply, including import and charge, is inspected and supply-use opening is elucidated in the report. Import/convey figures are given for particular area including USA, Europe, Japan, and China.

Value, Cost, and Gross Analysis:

Regarding areas, Glass Wafers industry makers and sorts, cost and cost are dismembered. In continuation, gross and gross edge are discussed.

Glass Wafers Market Competition:

Association profiles, thing portfolios, restrict, esteem, cost, gross and pay off each one of the Glass Wafers business key players are given. Moreover, contact amounts of these associations are given.

Deal and Consumption Analysis:

Glass Wafers market use volume and regard, both are given in the report by applications, sorts, and districts. Arrangement esteem examination and Glass Wafers bit of the pie in light of that is furthermore included.

Expansion Information:

The contact information of crude material suppliers, equipment suppliers, Glass Wafers feature noteworthy clients are given. For new pursuit, a common sense examination is given.

Worldwide Glass Wafers Market Report Covers a broad perspective of Key Players, Business circumstance, and situations which are shrouded profoundly in this Report. Worldwide Glass Wafers market clarifies the present business circumstances on a huge scale that give you the Glass Wafers market improvements inclinations, market size, and movement approximations. This information enables the buyer to think about the contenders better. It additionally covers distinctive ventures customer’s data, which is exceptionally basic.

Key Points Covered in TOC:

1. Industry Summary of Glass Wafers Market.
2. Global Business Size by Type and Application (2018-2023).
3. Company Manufacturers Profiles.
4. Glass Wafers Market Competition Analysis by Players.
5. The United States Glass Wafers Development Status and Outlook.
6. EU Glass Wafers Market Development Status and Outlook.
7. Japan Glass Wafers Market Development Status and Outlook.
8. China Glass Wafers Market Development Status and Outlook.
9. India Glass Wafers Market Development Status and Outlook.
10. Southeast Asia Glass Wafers Market Development Status and Outlook.
11. Market Forecast by Countries, Applications, and Models (2018-2023).
12. Glass Wafers Market Dynamics.
13. Glass Wafers Market Factors Analysis.
14. Glass Wafers Research Judgments.
15. Appendix.

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Cartonplast „Best Practice“ examples worth emulating

Plastic layer pads (PLPs) are replacing cardboard intermediate layers for the transportation of glass, can and PET containers

Cartonplast "Best Practice" examples worth emulating

Cartonplast plastic layer pads as the „green“ interface between container manufacturers and fillers

More than 130 container industry production locations in 20 countries are utilising Cartonplast PLPs for the transportation of glass, can and PET containers to filling plants. As the largest European reusable Pool System operator for recyclable PLPs on a rental basis, the Cartonplast Group (CPL) has a closely-interconnected Service Centre network at its disposal. The pioneer of the „green“ business model has more than 30 years“ experience in the delivery and return, sorting and cleaning as well as the management of reusable transport products. With 7,000 participating filler end customers in the beverage, food, pharmaceutical and cosmetics industry in 30 different countries, the environmentally-friendly closed-loop pooling concept is considered one of the most successful outsourcing systems within Europe. Currently, 45 million PLPs are in use with over 130 million cycles managed in 14 CPL Service Centres across the world.

Within the system or individually tailored
Our customers do not just utilise the holistic CPL services – our company also offers individual solutions: for example, on-site storage management of the PLPs including mobile cleaning at the respective container manufacturer – integrated into the localised situation.

Cartonplast „Best Practice“ examples worth emulating
Environmentally-friendly – reusable – recyclable – economically viable – reliable – plannable

These two examples of practical applications should serve to stimulate other companies seeking efficient solutions for similar transportation and production problems. The examples show: PLPs are a worthy replacement for cardboard intermediate layers. All the operating processes thus changed sustainably increase efficiency, lower the costs and yet retain high quality standards.

1. The CPL model for success

The „Move to plastic“ project at Halewood International, the largest independent manufacturer of beverages in Great Britain, was a collaborative initiative with the glass suppliers. The aim in this particular case was to reduce waste at the location, and in return to increase the number of recyclable items. 80% of the container glass products are now transported on PLPs – cardboard intermediate layers are now only used in certain individual cases. The PLPs for the transportation of the glass products to the beverage manufacturer are provided, fetched and then reprocessed by CPL-UK. In this way, Halewood can focus on the manufacture and delivery of its high-quality beverage products. Major changes have also resulted in the operating processes. Due to the reduced use of cardboard intermediate layers, savings have been achieved regarding both time and personnel, who were usually deployed for sorting of the cardboard waste material. The sorting and recycling of damaged PLPs is now organised through CPL-UK, and Halewood does not incur any disposal costs.

Julian Galsworthy, Vendor Scheduling Manager at Halewood International, based in the United Kingdom, confirms the efficiency of the system: „Our production processes have been optimised, as the depalletisation of the glass containers has become easier and faster. In particular, wet and damaged cardboard intermediate layers were causing problems during the depalletisation of the glass containers, and we were suffering production losses. PLPs do not suffer deformations – in contrast to cardboard – and the depalletisation of the glass containers now runs smoothly“.

2. The CPL model for success

JACOBS DOUWE EGBERTS (JDE), one of the largest instant coffee manufacturers in Great Britain, was having problems with the weight of the glasses on their cardboard intermediate layers – and also the depalletisation process wasn“t running smoothly. The glass containers are too heavy to be palletised stably on cardboard intermediate layers. This was a major quality and safety issue. The costs of more sturdy cardboard intermediate layers of the same thickness as PLPs would have been uneconomical – and their vulnerability to damp was also a problem. The company therefore replaced the cardboard intermediate layers with PLPs for the transportation of the glass containers. The surface quality of the PLPs now permits a rapid and reliable depalletisation process and reduced production failure times. Due to the improved strength and durability of the PLPs, the palletisation options for the glass containers have also expanded – more weight can now be packed onto each pallet. In this way, the number of pallets required for transportation has been reduced, and therefore also the transport volume. JDE no longer has to invest in new transport products, as the stability of the PLPs guarantees their reutilisation – in contrast to cardboard.

As James Dockree, Packaging Quality Specialist at JDE in the United Kingdom, explains: „Cardboard intermediate layers do not work efficiently on our palletisers in comparison to the PLPs. Every time glass falls off the pallets, we have a major quality and safety issue“.

„Green“ transport products reduce CO2 emissions
Transport layer pads made from polypropylene in an environmental comparison

In order to answer the market“s questions regarding the environmental compatibility of a transport layer pad made of polypropylene in comparison to a cardboard intermediate layer, CPL has published a comparative product ecological assessment on PP layer pads and cardboard intermediate layers in June 2015. In this study, the „durability“ of the PP layer pads was identified as the most important cause variable for the reduction of influences on the environment. The CO2 emissions over the entire lifecycle of a PP layer pad are 67% lower than for the corrugated cardboard intermediate layer also examined as an alternative means of transport. CO2 has advanced to become a central factor for purchase decisions, as many companies are currently attempting to reduce their CO2 emissions

Outsourcing sustainably lowers costs
Due to the CPL Pool System, customers profit from the economic advantages of the PLP rental concept. No company stocks of transport and packaging materials have to be maintained, and storage areas are cleared. All pallets with PLPs circulate in the external CPL Pool System. The cost structures remain transparent and the overall costs are reduced, as only service and rental fees are incurred for the number of PLPs actually used – without subsequent costs. In addition, there are no disposal costs for the recycling of damaged PLPs. The economic viability of the CPL PLPs are also explainable through their long lifecycle. Summary: service and rental fees save costs – there are no replacement and financing costs – unproductively-bound capital is released for investments into the core business of the CPL customers.
Sustainability through recycling

Transport layer pads made from recycled polypropylene
Layer pads (LPs) for the CPL reusable transport system are produced from the recycling plastic „polypropylene“ (PP). This material is characterised by its robust quality and durability – one individual PP LP is theoretically infinitely reusable as long as it is not damage or lost. The PP LPs are therefore sustainable in the truest sense of the word. The use of PP LP „waste“ for the production of new PP LPs reduces greenhouse gas emissions, and PP LPs made from PP recycled material are of the same high quality as those made from new PP material. Only the PP LPs sorted by CPL (e.g. broken LPs) are used to make the regranulate – which also guarantees the tracking of the materials.

Summary
The reutilisation of means of transport is more economic and ecological than simply throwing items away. This is one advantage of the CPL PLPs for transportation in the container industry, and at the same time a decisive competition factor in the market. „Our reusable transport products provide real added value for our customers and support them in addressing the changing conditions in the market and in the environment. This doesn“t just save costs and is good for the ecosystem – it has long-term benefits for both parties. Through the partnership collaboration, we are able to develop new applications which efficiently and successfully shape operating processes“, emphasises Michael Heikenfeld, Managing Director & CSO, Cartonplast Group. The influence of reusable transport products is increasing, and economically-sustainable business models are required. The terms economic viability and sustainability have long ceased to contradict each other. Cartonplast is striving on a long-term basis to expand the range of influence of its reusable transport products, as the CPL Pool System has gained international acceptance.

For further information, please contact us via email via info@cartonplast.com, or contact Michael Heikenfeld, Chief Sales Officer, michael.heikenfeld@cartonplast.com.

*Sources
– Comparative lifecycle assessment of polypropylene and cardboard intermediate layers for transportation purposes
– Cartonplast Group Sustainability Report
– CO2 formula by Cartonplast

About the Cartonplast Group

CPL was founded in 1985, and its Headquarters is based in Dietzenbach, Germany. The PLPs by CPL are utilised at more than 130 production locations in 20 countries for the transportation of glass, cans and PET containers to filling plants. As the largest European Pool System operator of reusable PLPs on a rental basis, CPL has a closely-linked network of Service Centres. As the pioneers of a „green“ business model, CPL has more than 30 years“ experience in the delivery and collection, sorting and cleaning as well as in the management of reusable transport products. This environmentally-friendly closed-loop pooling concept is one of the most successful outsourcing systems in Europe, with 7,000 participating fillers in the beverage, food, pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries in 30 countries. 45 million PLPs, currently in operation with more than 130 million cycles per year, are managed worldwide in 14 CPL Service Centres.

Cartonplast Group GmbH
Marie-Curie-Straße 8
D-63128 Dietzenbach
Tel. +49 6074 8531-0
Mail: info@cartonplast.com
www.cartonplast.com

Contact
Cartonplast Group GmbH
Alessa Eigenseer
Marie-Curie-Straße 8
63128 Dietzenbach
Phone: +49 6074 8531-0
Fax: +49 6074 8531-99
E-Mail: alessa.eigenseer@cartonplast.com
Url: http://www.cartonplast.com

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Cartonplast „Best Practice“ examples worth emulating

Plastic layer pads (PLPs) are replacing cardboard intermediate layers for the transportation of glass, can and PET containers

Cartonplast "Best Practice" examples worth emulating

Cartonplast plastic layer pads as the „green“ interface between container manufacturers and fillers

More than 130 container industry production locations in 20 countries are utilising Cartonplast PLPs for the transportation of glass, can and PET containers to filling plants. As the largest European reusable Pool System operator for recyclable PLPs on a rental basis, the Cartonplast Group (CPL) has a closely-interconnected Service Centre network at its disposal. The pioneer of the „green“ business model has more than 30 years“ experience in the delivery and return, sorting and cleaning as well as the management of reusable transport products. With 7,000 participating filler end customers in the beverage, food, pharmaceutical and cosmetics industry in 30 different countries, the environmentally-friendly closed-loop pooling concept is considered one of the most successful outsourcing systems within Europe. Currently, 45 million PLPs are in use with over 130 million cycles managed in 14 CPL Service Centres across the world.

Within the system or individually tailored
Our customers do not just utilise the holistic CPL services – our company also offers individual solutions: for example, on-site storage management of the PLPs including mobile cleaning at the respective container manufacturer – integrated into the localised situation.

Cartonplast „Best Practice“ examples worth emulating
Environmentally-friendly – reusable – recyclable – economically viable – reliable – plannable

These two examples of practical applications should serve to stimulate other companies seeking efficient solutions for similar transportation and production problems. The examples show: PLPs are a worthy replacement for cardboard intermediate layers. All the operating processes thus changed sustainably increase efficiency, lower the costs and yet retain high quality standards.

1. The CPL model for success

The „Move to plastic“ project at Halewood International, the largest independent manufacturer of beverages in Great Britain, was a collaborative initiative with the glass suppliers. The aim in this particular case was to reduce waste at the location, and in return to increase the number of recyclable items. 80% of the container glass products are now transported on PLPs – cardboard intermediate layers are now only used in certain individual cases. The PLPs for the transportation of the glass products to the beverage manufacturer are provided, fetched and then reprocessed by CPL-UK. In this way, Halewood can focus on the manufacture and delivery of its high-quality beverage products. Major changes have also resulted in the operating processes. Due to the reduced use of cardboard intermediate layers, savings have been achieved regarding both time and personnel, who were usually deployed for sorting of the cardboard waste material. The sorting and recycling of damaged PLPs is now organised through CPL-UK, and Halewood does not incur any disposal costs.

Julian Galsworthy, Vendor Scheduling Manager at Halewood International, based in the United Kingdom, confirms the efficiency of the system: „Our production processes have been optimised, as the depalletisation of the glass containers has become easier and faster. In particular, wet and damaged cardboard intermediate layers were causing problems during the depalletisation of the glass containers, and we were suffering production losses. PLPs do not suffer deformations – in contrast to cardboard – and the depalletisation of the glass containers now runs smoothly“.

2. The CPL model for success

JACOBS DOUWE EGBERTS (JDE), one of the largest instant coffee manufacturers in Great Britain, was having problems with the weight of the glasses on their cardboard intermediate layers – and also the depalletisation process wasn“t running smoothly. The glass containers are too heavy to be palletised stably on cardboard intermediate layers. This was a major quality and safety issue. The costs of more sturdy cardboard intermediate layers of the same thickness as PLPs would have been uneconomical – and their vulnerability to damp was also a problem. The company therefore replaced the cardboard intermediate layers with PLPs for the transportation of the glass containers. The surface quality of the PLPs now permits a rapid and reliable depalletisation process and reduced production failure times. Due to the improved strength and durability of the PLPs, the palletisation options for the glass containers have also expanded – more weight can now be packed onto each pallet. In this way, the number of pallets required for transportation has been reduced, and therefore also the transport volume. JDE no longer has to invest in new transport products, as the stability of the PLPs guarantees their reutilisation – in contrast to cardboard.

As James Dockree, Packaging Quality Specialist at JDE in the United Kingdom, explains: „Cardboard intermediate layers do not work efficiently on our palletisers in comparison to the PLPs. Every time glass falls off the pallets, we have a major quality and safety issue“.

„Green“ transport products reduce CO2 emissions
Transport layer pads made from polypropylene in an environmental comparison

In order to answer the market“s questions regarding the environmental compatibility of a transport layer pad made of polypropylene in comparison to a cardboard intermediate layer, CPL has published a comparative product ecological assessment on PP layer pads and cardboard intermediate layers in June 2015. In this study, the „durability“ of the PP layer pads was identified as the most important cause variable for the reduction of influences on the environment. The CO2 emissions over the entire lifecycle of a PP layer pad are 67% lower than for the corrugated cardboard intermediate layer also examined as an alternative means of transport. CO2 has advanced to become a central factor for purchase decisions, as many companies are currently attempting to reduce their CO2 emissions

Outsourcing sustainably lowers costs
Due to the CPL Pool System, customers profit from the economic advantages of the PLP rental concept. No company stocks of transport and packaging materials have to be maintained, and storage areas are cleared. All pallets with PLPs circulate in the external CPL Pool System. The cost structures remain transparent and the overall costs are reduced, as only service and rental fees are incurred for the number of PLPs actually used – without subsequent costs. In addition, there are no disposal costs for the recycling of damaged PLPs. The economic viability of the CPL PLPs are also explainable through their long lifecycle. Summary: service and rental fees save costs – there are no replacement and financing costs – unproductively-bound capital is released for investments into the core business of the CPL customers.
Sustainability through recycling

Transport layer pads made from recycled polypropylene
Layer pads (LPs) for the CPL reusable transport system are produced from the recycling plastic „polypropylene“ (PP). This material is characterised by its robust quality and durability – one individual PP LP is theoretically infinitely reusable as long as it is not damage or lost. The PP LPs are therefore sustainable in the truest sense of the word. The use of PP LP „waste“ for the production of new PP LPs reduces greenhouse gas emissions, and PP LPs made from PP recycled material are of the same high quality as those made from new PP material. Only the PP LPs sorted by CPL (e.g. broken LPs) are used to make the regranulate – which also guarantees the tracking of the materials.

Summary
The reutilisation of means of transport is more economic and ecological than simply throwing items away. This is one advantage of the CPL PLPs for transportation in the container industry, and at the same time a decisive competition factor in the market. „Our reusable transport products provide real added value for our customers and support them in addressing the changing conditions in the market and in the environment. This doesn“t just save costs and is good for the ecosystem – it has long-term benefits for both parties. Through the partnership collaboration, we are able to develop new applications which efficiently and successfully shape operating processes“, emphasises Michael Heikenfeld, Managing Director & CSO, Cartonplast Group. The influence of reusable transport products is increasing, and economically-sustainable business models are required. The terms economic viability and sustainability have long ceased to contradict each other. Cartonplast is striving on a long-term basis to expand the range of influence of its reusable transport products, as the CPL Pool System has gained international acceptance.

For further information, please contact us via email via info@cartonplast.com, or contact Michael Heikenfeld, Chief Sales Officer, michael.heikenfeld@cartonplast.com.

*Sources
– Comparative lifecycle assessment of polypropylene and cardboard intermediate layers for transportation purposes
– Cartonplast Group Sustainability Report
– CO2 formula by Cartonplast

About the Cartonplast Group

CPL was founded in 1985, and its Headquarters is based in Dietzenbach, Germany. The PLPs by CPL are utilised at more than 130 production locations in 20 countries for the transportation of glass, cans and PET containers to filling plants. As the largest European Pool System operator of reusable PLPs on a rental basis, CPL has a closely-linked network of Service Centres. As the pioneers of a „green“ business model, CPL has more than 30 years“ experience in the delivery and collection, sorting and cleaning as well as in the management of reusable transport products. This environmentally-friendly closed-loop pooling concept is one of the most successful outsourcing systems in Europe, with 7,000 participating fillers in the beverage, food, pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries in 30 countries. 45 million PLPs, currently in operation with more than 130 million cycles per year, are managed worldwide in 14 CPL Service Centres.

Cartonplast Group GmbH
Marie-Curie-Straße 8
D-63128 Dietzenbach
Tel. +49 6074 8531-0
Mail: info@cartonplast.com
www.cartonplast.com

Contact
Cartonplast Group GmbH
Alessa Eigenseer
Marie-Curie-Straße 8
63128 Dietzenbach
Phone: +49 6074 8531-0
Fax: +49 6074 8531-99
E-Mail: alessa.eigenseer@cartonplast.com
Url: http://www.cartonplast.com

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New INGENERIC microlens arrays offer significant advantages in optical applications

Micro-optics for beam shaping, collimation, and homogenization: Highest precision molding of high refractive index glass

New INGENERIC microlens arrays offer significant advantages in optical applications

Single-sided microlens array with 400 lens elements and square aperture, two-dimensional

INGENERIC premiers their new microlens arrays with high refractive index glass at this year’s „Laser – World of Photonics“. Manufactured in a precision glass molding process, they are characterized by high dimensional accuracy. INGENERIC develops customized arrays and brings them to commercial serial production.

At the trade fair, the company based in Aachen, Germany is presenting its new microlens arrays with up to 500 individual lenses and dimensions of up to 60 x 60 mm, for example for beam shaping and light homogenization.

INGENERIC works with precision molding techniques, which ensure that high refractive index glass takes on precisely the form of the molding tool. The molds manufactured by the company to sub-micron precision enable the arrays to be produced with exceptionally high accuracy and reproducibility. INGENERIC successfully manufactures arrays with minimal transition zones, highest filling factors and minimal pitch errors, even in large batches.

When it comes to designing micro-optics for special applications, the process offers significant degrees of freedom: Compared to the etching process, optics can be far more complex with a larger radius-to-aperture aspect ratio. Furthermore, the process excels with a relative radius tolerance better than 0.2 %, which is fully reproducible in serial production.

Dr. Stefan Hambücker, a Managing Director at INGENERIC, sees clear advantages for his customers: „As one of the very few European manufacturers involved in the development and manufacture of the new microlens arrays with high-refraction glass, we are not only opening up new markets to our customers. We also help them to improve their existing systems. They can improve the quality of their products while at the same time they meet the cost requirements of serial production.“

INGENERIC manufactures microlens arrays with aspherical or spherical lenses that are planoconvex, biconvex or convex-concave, and which have a circular or rectangular aperture measuring from 0.2 to 3.0 mm. They can have dimensions of up to 60 60 mm.

Beam-shaping lens beamPROP

Along with its standard portfolio, INGENERIC is also exhibiting its new beam-shaping optic beamPROP 200 at the fair. It is a key component for fiber coupling the laser light from diode bars and for dense wavelength beam combining. INGENERIC has now reduced the pitch from 500 and 400 to 200 μm, which expands its geometry spectrum for use with additional laser bars.

The beamPROP from INGENERIC enables customers to achieve significantly better and more reproducible results than with components manufactured in other ways. INGENERIC can leverage the expertise from its tried-and-tested production technologies for the manufacture of the new beamPROP; a precise and automated assembly technology is applied here.

The advantages of INGENERIC beam-shaping optics over other manufacturing processes include:
-Optimal use of the aperture due to the smallest possible transition zones and particularly high filling factors
-Minimal aberration due to manufacturing accuracy
-Precise beam rotation thanks to the high accuracy of the lens center thickness of +/- 6μm
-Minimal pointing errors due to the precise alignment of the front and back of the lenses

INGENERIC at the „Laser – World of Photonics“ in Munich,
June 26 – 29, 2017:
Hall B1, Booth 430

Background: Precision in detail

The array structures typically have dimensions in the sub-millimeter range, and the dimensional accuracy is sub-micron at less than 250 nm. This makes it possible to produce arrays with high filling factors and to make the best possible use of the optically effective surface area: INGENERIC reliably implements transition zones of less than 10 μm. The benefit to the user: Optimal beam shaping and high-efficiency transmission and coupling.

High-precision molding keeps the offset between the upper and lower sides of the array under 5 μm. In addition, there is very high pitch accuracy: INGENERIC reproduces the separation between the individual lens center points with an accuracy of better than 2 μm over a length of 25 mm, so there is no accumulation of errors across the width of the array.

For some micro-optics – particularly the two-sided structures – the exact adherence to the central thickness is vitally important, since they have a telescopic effect and the slightest deviations lead to aberrations. INGENERIC achieves accuracies close to +/-6 μm here.

Compared to conventional methods like fused silica etching, INGENERIC achieves a relative radius tolerance better than 0.2 percent, which in serial production is precisely reproducible from wafer to wafer.

About INGENERIC

Founded in 2001 in the university-city of Aachen, Germany, INGENERIC GmbH develops and manufactures high-precision micro-optic components for high-power applications, along with optical and laser systems including fiber couplers, homogenizers and collimation modules for science, medicine, and measurement technology.

Today, INGENERIC is one of the few manufacturers in Europe to develop and manufacture glass micro-optics for beam shaping in semiconductor diode lasers according to the individual specifications of its international customers. The company handles the entire process chain from the lens design and the development of prototypes through to the small-batch production and serial manufacture.

INGENERIC also produces high-power laser systems. For the HiLASE project, for example, INGENERIC supplied a number of high-energy lasers delivering 10 pulses per second with an energy of 100 Joules and a power output of 1kW.

Firmenkontakt
INGENERIC GmbH
Christina Ferwer
Dennewartstraße 25-27
52068 Aachen, Germany
+49.241.963-3951
+49.241.963-1349
ferwer@ingeneric.com
http://www.ingeneric.com

Pressekontakt
VIP-Kommunikation
Regina Reinhardt
Dennewartstraße 25-27
52068 Aachen, Germany
+49.241.89468-24
+49.241.89468-44
reinhardt@vip-kommunikation.de
http://www.vip-kommunikation.de

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Scenario Of Global Bioactive Glass Market: Opportunity, Trends, & Forecast 2015-2019

ResearchMoz presents this most up-to-date research on „Scenario Of Global Bioactive Glass Market: Opportunity, Trends, & Forecast 2015-2019“.

Bioactive materials are part of the biomaterial family and are becoming popular due to their ability to react with body fluids and tissues without having a negative impact on a living organism. They are extensively used as tissue replacement and tissue repair materials in surgical procedures. Bioactive materials are manufactured from materials such as ceramics, glass, glass-ceramics, and composites.
Bioactive glasses are an important category of bioactive materials that promote self-healing through interacting with body fluids and tissues without affecting the health and tissues of living organisms. Composed of silicon, calcium, sodium, and phosphorus, bioactive glasses are widely used for orthopedics applications, followed by dentistry and cosmetic applications. Bioactive glasses are commercially available in various forms such as powders and nano-powders, and granules.
Technavio’s analysts forecast the global bioactive glass market to grow at a CAGR of 14.35% over the period 2014-2019.

Covered in this Report
The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global bioactive glass market for the period 2015-2019. The report presents data on the following segments of the market:
Application (orthopedics, dentistry, cosmetics, and others)
Geography (North America, EMEA, APAC, ROW)

Technavios report, Global Bioactive Glass Market 2015-2019, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from various industry experts. The report includes a comprehensive discussion on the market, an extensive coverage of the products applications and demand-supply dynamics in various geographies. The report provides comments on both the existing market landscape and its growth prospects over the forecast period. The report further includes a discussion of the key vendors operating in this market.

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Key Vendors
Biomet
DePuy Synthes
Medtronic
Stryker
Zimmer Holdings

Other Prominent Vendors
Aap Implantate
Arthrex
Biomatlante
Curasan
Dentsply
Integra Life Science
Novabone
Wright
Schott

Market Drivers
Shift from Bioinert to Bioactive Materials
For a full, detailed list, view our report

Market Challenges
Bone Defects in Metaphyseal Regions
For a full, detailed list, view our report

Market Trends
Emergence of Nanotechnology in Tissue Engineering
For a full, detailed list, view our report

Key Questions Answered in this Report
What will the market size be in 2019 and what will the growth rate be?
What are the various end-uses and potential applications for the product?
What are the key market trends?
What is driving this market?
What are the challenges to market growth?
Who are the key vendors in this market space and what is the nature of competition between them?
What are the market opportunities and threats faced by the key vendors?
What is the nature of the competition in each geography?

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Hamburger Musikpreis HANS 2016: Neue Jury berät über Nominierungen

Hamburger Musikpreis HANS 2016: Neue Jury berät über Nominierungen

Sonja Glass und Valeska Steiner von BOY sind Teil der HANS-Jury 2016 – Foto Groenland Records

Welche Künstler haben in diesem Jahr besonders überzeugt? Wer beeindruckte durch seine Entwicklung am meisten? Erstmalig traf sich jetzt die neu zusammengesetzte Jury des Hamburger Musikpreises HANS 2016, um das Musikjahr zu besprechen. In insgesamt acht Kategorien reichten die Jurymitglieder ihre Vorschläge ein und diskutierten diese untereinander. Der Jury gehören in diesem Jahr unter anderen Smudo von den Fantastischen Vier, Sonja Glass und Valeska Steiner von BOY sowie András Siebold, der künstlerische Leiter des Internationales Sommerfestivals Kampnagel an. Am Mittwoch, 23. November, wird HANS – der Hamburger Musikpreis im Musikclub Markthalle verliehen. Der Deine Freunde-Sänger Lukas Nimscheck moderiert die Preisvergabe.

„Wir können auf ein ereignisreiches Musikjahr zurückblicken. Viele neue Künstler haben sich etabliert. Hamburgs Musikszene ist vielfältig und beeindruckend. Die Diskussionen innerhalb der Jury werden lebhaft sein“, freut sich HANS-Ideengeber und Jury-Vorsitzender Alexander Maurus.

Die Jury entscheidet über die Preisvergabe in den Kategorien „Nachwuchs des Jahres“, „Künstler des Jahres“, „Musiker des Jahres“, „Song des Jahres“, „Hamburger Künstlerentwicklung“, „Bestes Imaging“, „Album des Jahres“ und „Lotse des Jahres“. Neben Alexander Maurus, Sonja Glass und Valeska Steiner, Smudo und András Siebold gehören der diesjährigen HANS-Jury Christoph Becker (Studio Bass, Constantin Film), Kim Frank (Videoproducer), Norbert Grundei (N-JOY Programmchef), Lukas Nimscheck (Musiker, Deine Freunde), Tom R. Schulz (Pressesprecher Elbphilharmonie und Laeiszhalle), Martin Schumacher (Neverland Music), Caro Schraeer (Brandmanager Warner Music Germany), Roland Spremberg (Musikproduzent), Jens Thele (Kontor Records) und Christian Wiesmann (FKP Scorpio) an.

2016 wird der Hamburger Musikpreis HANS bereits zum achten Mal verliehen. Ausgezeichnet werden besonders kreative und innovative Leistungen – unabhängig von kommerziellem Erfolg. Der NDR und die Hamburg Kreativgesellschaft fördern den HANS seit der ersten Verleihung. Neuer Partner ist in diesem Jahr die Haspa Musik Stiftung. Weitere Sponsoren sind die Handelskammer Hamburg, nhb und die TownTalker Media AG.

Firmenkontakt
medienbuero
Christoph Kohlhöfer
Maria-Louisen-Straße 96
22301 Hamburg

c.kohlhoefer@medienbuero.eu

Pressekontakt
medienbuero
Christoph Kohlhöfer
Maria-Louisen-Straße 96
22301 Hamburg
01634787694
c.kohlhoefer@medienbuero.eu

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Vorserienmodell der Google Glass erhitzt sich schnell

Datenbrille bei COMPUTER BILD im ersten Labortest Deutschlands / Nach wenigen Minuten Betrieb auf 50 Grad Celsius / Positiv: Gut erkennbare Infos, komfortable Sprachsteuerung, viel Speicherplatz

Vorserienmodell der Google Glass erhitzt sich schnell

COMPUTER BILD ist die auflagenstärkste deutsche Computerzeitschrift.

Bisher ist Googles revolutionäre Datenbrille nur in den USA als Vorserienmodell für 1500 US-Dollar erhältlich. Die Fachzeitschrift COMPUTER BILD hat jedoch eine Glass Explorer Edition 2 für den ersten großen Labortest Deutschlands nach Hamburg gebracht (Heft 13/2014, ab Samstag am Kiosk).

Der erste Eindruck der Google Glass (Testergebnis: 3,49; 1100 Euro): Die Verpackung macht einen wertigen Eindruck, hier hat sich Google von Apples Schlichtheitskonzept inspirieren lassen. Das kleine Prisma, das die Infos auf der Brille einblendet, wirkt auf den Glass-Träger wie ein 26-Zoll-Monitor aus 2,4 Metern Entfernung – genug, um alles klar zu erkennen. Die Glass hatte zudem keine Probleme, die englischen Sprachbefehle der COMPUTER BILD-Tester zu verstehen. Auch die Steuerung über Wisch- und Tippbewegungen auf einem seitlichen Touchpad klappte gut.

Viele der Funktionen laufen per Smartphone: Um etwa Web-Inhalte abzurufen oder zu navigieren, muss der Kunde die MyGlass-App für Android und iOS-Geräte installieren – und dann das Smartphone per Bluetooth mit der Glass koppeln. Die zeigt die Infos oder Routen dann auf ihrem Display, ist also Mittler zwischen den Befehlen des Nutzers und dem Handy. So lässt sich etwa mit der Brille gut googeln: Nach der allgemeinen Aufforderung „OK Glass“ folgt „google …“, und Glass zeigt die Suchergebnisse an.

Im COMPUTER BILD-Test fiel allerdings deutlich auf, dass die Hardware des Vorserienmodells noch nicht ganz ausgereift ist. Größtes Problem ist die mangelhafte Akkuleistung. So machte die Brille schon nach 64 Minuten intensiver Nutzung schlapp – als sportliche Begleiterin und stets bereite Fotografin taugt sie damit noch nicht. Zudem erhitzte sich das Testmodell schon nach wenigen Minuten auf über 50 Grad Celsius, die Bedienung wurde dann hakelig. Etwas enttäuschend fiel die Videoqualität aus: Bilder schießt die kleine Kamera zwar mit 4,6 Megapixeln, die Videos rauschen bei unter 1 Megapixel dagegen stark. Gut dagegen: Die 12,8 Gigabyte Speicher reichen locker für viele Aufnahmen. Übrigens verbindet sich Google Glass bei der Einrichtung fest mit einem Google-Account. Wer Glass verschenkt oder privat verkauft, könnte also Probleme bekommen: Google behält sich vor, die Vorserienmodelle zu sperren, falls sie an einem weiteren Google-Account angemeldet werden.

Das Google-Special im Internet: www.computerbild.de/cb-Special-Google-4508826.html

Bildrechte: COMPUTER BILD Bildquelle:COMPUTER BILD

COMPUTER BILD ist die auflagenstärkste deutsche Computerzeitschrift und die meistverkaufte in ganz Europa. Alle 14 Tage informiert COMPUTER BILD über Aktuelles rund um Computer, Telekommunikation und Unterhaltungselektronik. Mit Tests, Fakten und inklusive DVD oder CD-ROM bietet sie sowohl Einsteigern als auch Profis praxisorientiertes Wissen und umfassenden Service.

COMPUTER BILD
René Jochum
Jurastraße 8
70565 Stuttgart
+49 (711) 978 93-35
computerbild@postamt.cc
http://www.computerbild.de

Communication Consultants GmbH Engel & Heinz
René Jochum
Jurastraße 8
70565 Stuttgart
+49 (711) 978 93-35
computerbild@postamt.cc
http://www.communicationconsultants.de

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Digitale Markenkommunikation und das Internet der Dinge: Vectorform spricht zu den App-Trends 2014

Digitale Markenkommunikation und das Internet der Dinge: Vectorform spricht zu den App-Trends 2014

Vectorform, das internationale Beratungs-, Entwicklungs- und Designstudio für digitale Markenkommunikation

Vectorform ( www.vectorform.com ) ist als Experte bei den maßgebenden Veranstaltungen rund um die Entwicklung der digitalen Wirtschaft gefragter denn je. Verschiedene Sprecher des in München ansässigen internationalen Beratungs-, Entwicklungs- und Designstudios für digitale Markenkommunikation treten bei mehreren Terminen auf und geben Ausblicke auf die Trends der User Experience Gestaltung für digitale Plattformen und ihren technischen Möglichkeiten.

24. Januar 2014 – World Economic Forum / Swiss Night, Davos / Schweiz
Im Rahmen der Swiss Night des World Economic Forum präsentieren Alissia Iljaitsch, Executive Director EMEA und Clemens Conrad, CEO und Director User Experience & User Strategy bei Vectorform Entwicklungen und Anwendungsbeispiele für die Datenbrille Google Glass. Der Schwerpunkt der Veranstaltung ist Datensicherheit und der Schutz sensibler Daten, die über Google Glass übertragen werden. Das Unternehmen hat als einer der ersten App-Entwickler verschiedene Szenarien und Einsatzfelder entworfen.

30. Januar 2014 – Bitkom Akademie, Berlin
Das Internet der Dinge wird anlässlich der Bitkom Akademie im Vortrag von Alissia Iljaitsch thematisiert. Wearable Technology wie Datenbrillen, Internet-Uhren und andere Lösungen werden sowohl die Nutzungsweisen ändern als auch den Unternehmen neue Möglichkeiten bieten, ihre Zielgruppen zu erreichen und auszubauen. Vectorform hat auf diesem Gebiet bereits langjährige Erfahrung und schon im Frühjahr 2013 erste Anwendungsbeispiele für eine zukünftige Smartwatch von Apple vorgestellt.

10. Februar 2014 – Mobile National Days, Hamburg
Auf den Mobile National Days gibt Ed Wrenbeck, iOS Director bei Vectorform und Entwickler der Siri Mobile Version einen Einblick in die Anwendungsmöglichkeiten für BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) und iBeacons. Die Präsentation mit live Demo spricht die technischen Möglichkeiten von BLE an und zeigt, warum iBeacons mehr als nur ein Gadget für Technerds sind und welche Auswirkungen das Internet der Dinge für die Gesellschaft mit sich bringt.

In einem Workshop mit Alissia Iljaitsch wird die Akzeptanz der Nutzer von iBeacon & Co angesprochen: Was müssen Entwickler und Unternehmen beachten, um iBeacon Lösungen so nutzerfreundlich wie möglich zu gestalten.

Interviews und Pressegespräche

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Vectorform kreiert digitale Anwendungen, mit denen Unternehmen ihren Kunden neuartige Markenerlebnisse bieten können. Die Leistungen von Vectorform decken hierbei den gesamten Schaffensprozess von der Strategieberatung über die Designentwicklung bis hin zur technischen Umsetzung für sämtliche Plattformen ab. Das Unternehmen versteht sich nicht nur als technischer Partner, sondern auch als kreativer Pionier für digitale Innovationen.

Bei der Entwicklung der Anwendungen setzt Vectorform auf einen Mix aus der Standardisierung modernster Technologien mit individueller Kreation. Für Unternehmen ergeben sich dadurch erhebliche Produktionskostenersparnisse und ein messbares Return on Investment.

Vectorform wurde 1999 gegründet und unterhält Niederlassungen in Seattle, Detroit, New York, Hyderabad und München mit derzeit über 100 Mitarbeitern. Zu den Kunden und Partnern zählen die großen Marken aus der Automobil- und Konsumgüterbranche sowie führende Werbe- und Designagenturen.
www.vectorform.com

Kontakt
Vectorform GmbH
Alissia Iljaitsch
Arnulfstrasse 37
80636 München
089 856 333 91
ailjaitsch@vectorform.com
http://www.vectorform.com

Pressekontakt:
Schwartz Public Relations
Katja Tobias
Sendlinger Straße 42A
80331 München
089 2118 71-44
kt@schwartzpr.de
http://www.schwartzpr.de

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Google Glass fasziniert bereits als Prototyp

Datenbrille im Check der COMPUTER BILD-Redaktion / Fotos machen oder Videos drehen via Sprachbefehl / Nur wenige Prototypen existieren / Glass funktioniert nur mit Android-Smartphone oder iPhone

Google Glass fasziniert bereits als Prototyp

COMPUTER BILD ist die auflagenstärkste deutsche Computerzeitschrift.

Der amerikanische Suchmaschinenriese Google bringt 2014 die Datenbrille Glass auf den deutschen Markt. Fotos und Videos funktionieren über Sprachbefehle. Die Experten von COMPUTER BILD haben einen der raren Prototypen ausprobiert (Heft 20/2013, ab Samstag erhältlich).

Die Ausstattung erinnert an ein Handy: Glass verfügt über 16 Gigabyte Speicher, WLAN, Bluetooth sowie eine integrierte Kamera, die Fotos mit 5 Megapixeln aufnehmen und Videos in 720p-Auflösung drehen kann. Das Besondere ist jedoch die Sprachsteuerung: Mit dem Befehl „Ok Glass“ aktiviert der Nutzer die Sprachsteuerung der Brille – und die funktionierte im COMPUTER BILD-Check erstaunlich gut. Vorgegebene Befehle zum Fotografieren und Navigieren gelingen sofort. Bisher reagiert das System allerdings nur auf englische Kommandos. Alternativ lässt sich Glass auch per Tippen und Wischen auf dem Touchpad am rechten Bügel steuern. Außerdem aktiviert ein Kopfschwenk um 30 Grad die Datenbrille. Besonders innovativ: Die Brille überträgt den Ton durch Vibrationen am rechten Bügel über den Schädelknochen.

Das Display ist auf Augenbrauenhöhe in der Brille angebracht. Die Inhalte erscheinen so, als würde man einen 25-Zoll-Monitor aus etwa zwei Metern Entfernung betrachten. Sowohl das Design als auch die Bedienung beim Gehen sind allerdings gewöhnungsbedürftig. Glass funktioniert außerdem nur mit einem Android-Smartphone oder einem iPhone. Denn die unterstützen die Brille bei bestimmten Funktionen, wie beispielsweise bei der Navigation. Die Verbindung via Bluetooth oder über Googles App MyGlass klappt völlig problemlos.

Glass soll 2014 in Deutschland erscheinen – voraussichtlich zum Preis eines Mittelklasse-Smartphones. Bisher sind die Funktionen von Glass allerdings auf US-Bürger zugeschnitten. Bleibt abzuwarten, was die Datenbrille bei Marktstart im Jahr 2014 können wird. Faszinierend ist das neue Gadget auf jeden Fall.

COMPUTER BILD im Internet: www.computerbild.de/cb-Special-Google-4508826.html

Bildrechte: COMPUTER BILD

COMPUTER BILD ist die auflagenstärkste deutsche Computerzeitschrift und die meistverkaufte in ganz Europa. Alle 14 Tage informiert COMPUTER BILD über Aktuelles rund um Computer, Telekommunikation und Unterhaltungselektronik. Mit Tests, Fakten und inklusive DVD oder CD-ROM bietet sie sowohl Einsteigern als auch Profis praxisorientiertes Wissen und umfassenden Service.

Kontakt
COMPUTER BILD
René Jochum
Jurastraße 8
70565 Stuttgart
+49 (711) 978 93-35
computerbild@postamt.cc
http://www.computerbild.de

Pressekontakt:
Communication Consultants GmbH Engel & Heinz
René Jochum
Jurastraße 8
70565 Stuttgart
+49 (711) 978 93-35
computerbild@postamt.cc
http://www.communicationconsultants.de