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The PHILIPS concern today is a well-known manufacturer of consumer electronics, whose enterprises are located in 60 countries. They employ more than 160 thousand employees. Philips manufactures medical devices, cell phones, the TDA chip series, lamps, radios, electric shavers, tape recorders, televisions, computers, laser discs, and more.

 

For example, it will suffice to say that in 2005 sales amounted to over 30 billion euros. The scale of production is huge. But it all started with a small business.

Back in 1891, the engineer brothers Gerard and Anton Philips opened a small factory for the production of electric lamps in the city of Eindhoven. The company employed a staff of 10 people. They made 100-200 lamps a day.

Data from the World Intellectual Property Organization eloquently indicates that Philips is now a leader in patented inventions. Over the years since its inception, the concern has registered over 115,000 patents in more than 60 business areas.

To present all the activities of the concern over the past years, it is enough to say that Philips has developed xenon car lamps, UHP lamps, CD, GSM cell phone, DVD, JPEG, MPEG technologies. In 2005 alone, Philips received 2,404 patents in Europe and 874 patents in Taiwan. For comparison, suffice it to say that this is about twice as much as that of Samsung or Sony.

But the concern does not stop there. Each year, it allocates 2.5 billion euros for research activities, which is 8.2% of the company's income. Sometimes searches give very unusual results. Let's say a company has developed and patented briefs. They differ from traditional ones in that they help monitor blood pressure. For hypertensive patients, this is a real find.

 

Other inventions discovered in the concern can also be classified as extraordinary. This is a light emitting textile. Clothes made of flexible diodes of different colors that emit light do not lose their softness. Such a glowing effect gives a lot of diodes that are integrated into the fabric. By the way, diodes can be integrated not only into clothes, but also, say, into curtains and towels. According to experts, this technology, which they called Lumalive, has great prospects.