Executive Vice President & CFO, Toshizo Tanaka, stated that the commercial printing market, in which Océ is active, is a growth area for Canon.
As the new year begins, so too does a new era for Océ, with the company’s Oceania operation going to market directly as of January 1, 2018.
It is a giant leap from historical times in ancient Egypt to the 21st century. Océ is bridging the two eras by recreating parts of the pyramid of Seti, a pharaoh in the nineteenth Dynasty, using Océ elevated printing technology.
How do fluids behave and interact with their environment? New research seeks to get to the bottom of the mathematics behind fluid dynamics – opening up new perspectives for inkjet technology.
High-tech printing company Océ transfers R&D and Manufacturing of the so-called “flatbed” wide-format printing systems to Europe. The goal is to increase the scale and effectiveness of Océ manufacturing.
Several of our technology specialists share how some of our technologies were born, and how they are helping us be ready for the future.
Since the pilot of our pioneering elevated printing technology in 2013, Océ has been leading the way in this innovative and creative field.
While most of our focus is on expanding what we are doing now, our Advanced Technological Development (ATD) programs in R&D 1 are all about looking into the future: from the world of print to printing the world.
In R&D there are many initiatives for collaboration: with universities, with research institutes, with other companies and with other parts of the Canon organization, bilateral or in consortia.