What if your tableware can change its color and pattern to suit the occasion? How about a credit card that bends and becomes unreadable when you reach your monthly spending limit?
These creative product concepts are based on a single technology which has become widely available only in recent years – AMOLED, or Active Matrix Organic Light Emitting
It is by no means an easy task to research and develop technologies that would clear the path to uncharted areas. Yet, it is this very task that helped make today’s world a better place than yesterday’s and that will usher in a better tomorrow.
As we strive to make components in electronic devices smaller, or to come up with more efficient rechargeable batteries, one promising area to produce a breakthrough is new materials research – the realm of chemistry and nanotechnology.
Previously we shared with you here on Samsung Village about our energy-saving memory chip products and the latest semiconductor production facility. Obviously, the biggest challenge for our storyteller team in covering semiconductor news is technology jargons.
You drive into the garage of your home, sweet home in your electric car after a hard day at work. You are starving, but you still remember to recharge your car battery – with electricity generated from solar power right on your rooftop.
From developing energy-efficient products to reducing greenhouse gas emissions, efforts to protect the environment sometimes require new ideas and advanced technology. And often, great ideas and innovations come from those who are on-site – where they can readily apply new initiatives and see real results – compared with those sitting at the drawin
We promised to return with more stories of Andreas Mirbach of Samsung CT and Xu Kai of Samsung Electronics – namely, on what they thought made a truly global company and how a company becomes one. And here we are!
Samsung is a global corporate encompassing diverse businesses ranging from electronics, construction,
petrochemicals, finance and more. Founded in 1938, Samsung has worked to make a better world
through our products and services. With 2011 net sales of 273 trillion Korean won,
Samsung is also spearheading efforts to bring innovations in clean energy, healthcare and biotechnology.
Please visit www.samsung.com for more.