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Welcome to Photonics Festival in Taiwan 2014

The annual Photonics Festival in Taiwan (PFT) and its affiliated Opto, Display, LED Lighting, Solar, Optics and Plant Factory Taiwan exhibition present the platform for the Taiwan photonics industry and the photonics companies in the Asia Pacific region. According to the organizer Photonics Industry & Technology Development Association (PIDA), Taiwan has been renowned for its display, LED, PV, optical fiber communication, and optics industries for decades, and the island is going to prove its strength in the emerging photonics fields such as plant factory, precision optics, 3D printing, and intelligent LED lighting products. It is expected that 600 exhibitors with more than 1200 booths will attend PFT.

PIDA has set the main theme of PFT 2014 to be an all-in-one exhibition covering Photonics/Machinery/Electronics/Nano-, Micro-technologies to give buyers the one-stop-shopping benefits. Since 1984, PFT has grown along with the Taiwan photonics industry and marked the development path of this industry. Each year, PFT shows the heart of Taiwan photonics industry centered around the photonics technology and demonstrates every aspect of the industry chain, including components, devices, products, process, equipment, factory automation and software/hardware.

PIDA and TLLiA Build Platform for LED Players at LED Lighting Taiwan 2014

The advance of LED lightings’ color rendering index (CRI), luminous efficiency, and price-performance ratio has stimulated the penetration rate and marks the arrival of a more mature market.

Together with its co-organizer Taiwan LED Lighting Industry Alliance (TLLiA), PIDA will hold the “2014 International Forum of LED Lighting, Specifications Integration and Standardization, Taipei” on the first day (June 17) of the exposition. TLLiA was founded in 2012 and its members include Formosa Epitaxy, Genesis photonics, TSMC Solid State Lighting, Bright Led Electronics, Lextar, Unity Opto Technology, Tyntek, Nan Ya Photonics, Forward Electronics, China Electric, Leadray Energy, Nupolar-Lights, Delta Electronics, AcBel Polytech, Genius Electronic Optical, Leotek Electronics, Industrial Technology Research Institute of Taiwan, Philips Taiwan, and Jan Cheng Lighting.

Concurrent Exhibitions:

  • The 23rd OPTO Taiwan exhibition
  • The 16th Display Taiwan exhibition
  • The 10th LED Lighting Taiwan exhibition
  • The 8th SOLAR Taiwan exhibition
  • The 6th OPTICS Taiwan exhibition
  • The 3rd Plant Factory Taiwan exhibition

Venue & Date: Nangang Exhibition Hall, Taipei, June 17-19, 2014

Web: www.optotaiwan.com

Organizer: Photonics Industry & Technology Development Association

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