3D electronics integration in lighting products: opportunities and challenges – Presented by Rob van Asselt, Philips Lighting Research at the 3D Printing Electronics Conference, which takes place on Jan 24, 2017 at High Tech Campus Eindhoven in The Netherlands.
The current way of mass producing consumer electronics products poses challenges to industries like Philips Lighting, in a rapidly changing market demanding more product customization. At Philips Lighting we are exploring how flexible manufacturing offered by 3D integration of electronics can enable low volume production, faster product realization and new product designs with improved performance. Furthermore, the integration of functions will result in less parts and easier assembly, which enables local and on-demand product manufacturing. We are involved in several open innovation and EU collaboration projects to develop in parallel 3D electronics processes and products.
About Rob van Asselt
Rob van Asselt has a PhD in chemistry from the University of Amsterdam. In 1994 he joined Philips Research, where he has been involved in a variety of product and process development projects. Since 2011 he is project leader and system architect for LED lighting products.
About Philips Lighting Research
Philips Lighting is a global market leader with expertise in the development, manufacturing and application of innovative lighting solutions. We address lighting needs across a full range of indoor and outdoor market segments. We span the entire value chain from light sources, luminaires and electronics to full applications and solutions.