We will continue to advance and refine our technologies to solve societal issues and to play a major role in the realization of a sustainable society. You can learn more from interviews with Epson engineers engaged in the development of our innovative technologies.
New Areas of Printing Enabled by Epson's Inkjet Heads
Inkjet-Solution Technology & Business Development DepartmentWatanabe
Epson's inkjet printheads have potential uses in a wider range of applications beyond the traditional business segment.
Color Control Technology
Software Technology Development Department General ManagerNunokawa
Software Technology Development Department ManagerMatsuzaka
Color Control Technology is image processing technology that reproduces the colors customers envision with a set of five technologies: color prediction, color profiling, color transformation, color optimization, and color separation. We asked an engineer who was involved in the development of this high-precision software to tell us about it.
Dry Fiber Technology and PaperLab, the World's First Dry Process Office Papermaking System
PL Business Management Department ManagerGomi
Epson's Dry Fiber Technology produces highly functional materials by defibrating, binding, and forming fibrous waste as needed depending on the application. This technology is used in the PaperLab, the world's first dry-process office papermaking system. This is an interview with a PaperLab engineer.
The Development of Laser Projectors, Their Applications, and What Lies Ahead
VP Planning & Design Department ManagerToyooka
VP Planning & Design DepartmentZakoji
We asked two of the engineers who were involved in the development of laser projectors about the technology that eliminates flicker and results in stunning images, as well as about potential new forms of visual communication that this technology could create.
Driving the Further Evolution of Mechanical Wristwatches by Combining Epson's Manufacturing Technology with Skilled Craftsmanship
WP Development Design & Engineering DepartmentTakano
WP Development Design & Engineering DepartmentMukaiyama
Epson's mechanical wristwatches in the Orient and Orient Star lines have a history that traces back more than 70 years. We asked two men who have long been involved with these watches to share anecdotes from the untold story behind the technology development of the 46-F8 movement.
Innovations Brought About by the Convergence of Robotics and Sensing Technologies
RS Planning & Design DepartmentMotoyoshi
RS Planning & Design DepartmentKawai
We interviewed a couple of robotic systems engineers to learn about the special features of Epson robots and the fields in which they are used. We also asked about gyro sensor-based control technology, what prompted Epson to develop force sensors, and what kinds of issues were faced.
The Future of Gyro Sensors in Applications that Make the World Safer and Better
TD Products Development DepartmentShimizu
Norifumi Shimizu is involved in the development of gyro sensors used for vehicle body control and safety device control. We asked him about product features, future prospects, and his thoughts on development.
Semiconductors that Solve Issues
IC Product Development DepartmentYamada
Epson's semiconductor business has many different technologies and products. We interviewed a senior engineer involved in the development of ICs for in-vehicle applications about product features, future prospects, and his thoughts on development.
Moverio and the Future of Visual Innovation
Unlike most manufacturers, Epson purposefully took on the challenge of developing a see-through head-mounted display. We spoke with a system design engineer for Epson's Moverio smart glasses to learn why Epson chose to go this route and to find out the vision for the future.