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Industrial Display Technology and Trends

EUROTECH Green Solution This is a company-wide mission to make a long-term commitment to improve products, supply chains and the manufacturing process in a way that will reduce environmental impact. It includes six categories. We hope that environmental responsibility reaches all parts of EUROTECH.

Green Innovations From a product development point of view, EUROTECH implements full level eco-design and incorporates environmental criteria into the design of new products. Green Procurement From a component point of view, EUROTECH not only enhances green supply chain management, but also complies with most international green product requirements, such as WEEE, RoHS, EuP.

Green Production In terms of manufacturing, EUROTECH develops new processes with low environmental impact, as well as advancing energy/water savings and waste reduction management. Green Recycling In terms of recycling, EUROTECH improves material recycling ratios and increases waste recovery rates. Green Service As a green service display provider, EUROTECH shares its ecofriendly strategy with partners. Green Logistics From a logistics point of view, EUROTECH not only uses environmentally friendly packing materials, but also practices green logistics systems, resulting in lower exhaust emissions and lower fuel consumption.

Today, most of the high technology products around us require high performance semiconductors, and information technology (IT) is fully utilized in these products. The IT revolution is due largely to the remarkable progress of semi‐conductor technology. Robots are expected to handle larger size wafers under various levels of vacuum and clean environments, in order to permit semi‐conductor manufacturing equipment to realize higher density and performance in the twenty‐first century. Twenty years have passed since liquid crystal Displays (LCD) were introduced into the market and now LCDs are used widely. LCDs, which are based on thin film transistors (TFT) have been used especially in displays for PCs, mobile telephones and digital cameras, and now recently in flat‐screen TVs. Under these circumstances, LCD device makers are enlarging the size of glass plates in order to achieve higher productivity. Along with these trends, the robots used in LCD manufacturing systems are required to cope with the market needs for enlarging the size of glass plates. This paper introduces the trend in the next generation of robot technology for the semi‐conductor and LCD industries, coping with larger wafers, higher density and larger LCD glass plates.