Ceravision Ltd Selected to Deliver Two Landmark Talks at World's Premier Light Source Science and Technology Conference Series (LS12-WLED3)

Jun 29, 2010, 02:57 ET from Ceravision Ltd

BLETCHLEY PARK, England, June 29, 2010 /PRNewswire/ --

- Significant Light Source Science and Technology Advances Achieved by Ceravision Acknowledged by Industry Peers

After a rigorous selection process, Ceravision Ltd has been invited to deliver two landmark talks at the world's leading light source science and technology conference series. The latest conference in the series, LS12-WLED3, is being held this year in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, from 11 to 16 July and will be attended by many of the world's leading scientists and engineers engaged in the development of new lighting technologies.

Ceravision's Chief Executive Officer, Tim Reynolds, said: "To be selected to deliver not one but two landmark talks at such a prestigious event is an enormous accolade for both Ceravision's technology and our development team. It comes at a time when the first products incorporating our unique High Efficiency Plasma (HEP) technology are being launched commercially and are being adopted by major end-users. A competitive electrodeless HID lamp technology configured for mainstream applications has been identified for some time as a major, generally unfulfilled, opportunity in the lighting market. Ceravision is delighted to have developed and brought to market its new HEP electrodeless HID technology in the form, initially, of its Alvara(R) range. These are very exciting times for Ceravision."

Ceravision's two talks are amongst a small number selected for presentation to the conference at large from over 200 papers submitted to LS12-WLED3 and join talks from major lighting companies such as GE, Nichia, OSRAM, Philips and Toshiba.

About Ceravision:

Ceravision Ltd is the inventor and leading innovator in the field of High Efficiency Plasma lighting. Ceravision's revolutionary lamp system has been developed for use in a broad range of applications, using either solid state or magnetron-based power sources. The Ceravision system can be scaled from 100 watts to 5 kilowatts and outperforms incumbent technology in a number of fields, including warehouse, street and stadium lighting. See http://www.ceravision.com

About LS12-WLED3 - The Science and Technology of Light Sources:

The LS-WLED conferences, established in the early 1970s, are attended by scientists and engineers from the world's leading national and international lighting companies, including GE Lighting, Havells-Sylvania, Hereaus Noblelight, OSRAM, Panasonic, Philips Lighting and Toshiba. See http://www.ls-wled.org/index.php


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