Success at Strategies in Light

    March 26, 2015

Once again, Henkel was proud to participate in the annual Strategies in Light Show, which wrapped up last month in Las Vegas. 

Many of the topics under discussion at this year’s event focused on the future of the LED lighting industry. 

Day two of the event opened with a session entitled: “How Big is the LED Lighting Market Going to Get?” It celebrated the increased penetration of LEDs into the global lighting market for both lamps and luminaries of all technologies.  

“LED Innovation: What Does the Future Hold?” examined how performance increase and cost reduction continue to accelerate the migration to LED products, and how core LED technologies, including substrates, will impact these trends in years to come. 

Many of the dozens of sessions and workshops cited the importance of compatible solutions in manufacturing, and at our Booth #1723 we had many interesting and in-depth discussions about Henkel products for lens bonding and sealing, solid and transparent potting, threadlocking, general bonding, thermal management and functional coatings. 

The continued acceptance of LEDs in countless lighting applications is a result in part of the reliability of these devices to perform as promised, even under the most challenging conditions. These qualities are forged at the assembly level.  

We didn’t get a chance to speak to all of the more than 5,500 attendees from 73 countries, but it was a pleasure to meet with so many fellow participants in this growing, eco-friendly industry, and to hear such a positive reaction to our LED assembly solutions. 

Next year’s Strategies in Light will be held March 1-3 in Santa Clara, California. We hope to see you there!

About the Author, Michael Pomykala

Mike is an Application Engineer for Henkel North America, based in Rocky Hill, CT. He is responsible for specialized technical support of the Electrical and Optical market and Defense market for North America. Mike also provides general technical support for the North Central region of the United States. Mike has been with Henkel for two years. He spent his first year in the Prism Program – a rotational program that provides training in various business roles throughout the General Industry segment at Henkel. Mike also holds Bachelors and Masters degrees in Chemical Engineering from the University of Connecticut.

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