The MicroLED Industry Association (MIA) welcomes new members GE, Smartkem, DELO and Aledia, joining over 30 existing members (including large corporations, startup companies, research institutes and more). The MIA aims to accelerate the adoption of microLED display technologies, bringing together companies, researchers and organizations active in the MicroLED industry and providing an ideal forum for solving common technology issues, fostering cooperation and sharing relevant information, resources and tools.
The recently joined members commented:
"Aledia joins the MicroLED Industry Association to help promote microLED display technologies and to contribute to solving main roadblocks that slow down the move, including re-thinking displays architectures and concepts".
"DELO would like to utilize its engineering expertise and range of functional polymers to help enable the development of microLED displays. As an MIA member, DELO looks forward to being a part of this new network and providing customers with reliable solutions so they can enter this emerging market".
"GE joins the MicroLED Industry Association to help promote our phosphors innovations for MicroLED display technologies".
Smartkem's Ian Jenks, Chairman and CEO: "We are very excited to become members of the MicroLED Association. We recently announced that SmartKem has created the world’s first monolithic microLED display using organic thin-film transistors (OTFTs). This new technology will significantly reduce costs to manufacture microLED displays and be hugely disruptive to the market. Joining this association marks our commitment to delivering the next generation of displays using our unique and patented TRUFLEX® semiconductor inks".
The MicroLED Industry Association is growing and actively promoting the MicroLED industry. To join the MIA click here.