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Innovation Centre Denmark hosts Danish Lighting Photonics Innovation Camp

15.10.2015  09:02

The Danish Lighting/Photonics Innovation Camp was organized by the Innovation Centre at the Embassy of Denmark in Seoul in collaboration with the Danish Lighting Innovation Network to explore the potential for further collaboration between the Korean and Danish lighting industries.

The Danish companies Creasign, LED iBond, Holscher Design, Morten Lyhne Design and Nordic Power Converters as well as the Danish Outdoor Lighting Lab (DOLL) were the participants in the week-long camp, which reached its climax at the International Photonics Exhibition 2015 held 7-9 October in Gwangju. Denmark was among the 22 countries that took part in the event, where a total 222 companies were represented in 369 booths visited by 16,000 visitors.

The Innovation Camp also included tailor-made match-making programmes for each organization providing meeting opportunities with major Korean lighting companies including Dongbu Lightec, Samjin LND, and Samsung. The programmes were organized in partnership with the Korea Association for Photonics Industry Development (KAPID) and the Korea Photonics Technology Institute (KOPTI).

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Danish booth at the International Photonics Exhibition 2015 in Gwangju, Korea.


Opening speeches at the International Photonics Exhibition 2015 in Gwangju, Korea.


Danish booth administered by Innovation Centre Denmark and participating Danish companies.


Danish delegation visiting the LED Experience Zone at Dongbu Lightec.


During the week-long programme the Danish participants eyed a huge potential for further collaboration with Korean businesses and research institutes.