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SCHOTT is a multinational, technology based group developing and manufacturing special glass, specialty materials, components and systems for more than 125 years to improve how people live and work.

Getting Greener

With environmentally friendly products and technologies SCHOTT is strengthening it ecological commitment. Eco-glasses are being offered e.g. in the Home Tech and the Optics division, but also in the Electronics & Biotech segment. A lot more green products are under development or in the product pipeline.
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adaptiQ™

Higher efficiency for pharmaceutical companies

adaptiQ™ is the first ready-to-use system for pharmaceutical packaging that allows for pharmaceutical vials to be freeze-dried, weighed or closed inside the nest. SCHOTT developed adaptiQ™ in close cooperation with filling line manufacturers to ensure that pharmaceutical companies can use this system at their current facilities, make more flexible use of production lines and lower their total operating costs.
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Technology Magazine

How SCHOTT drives innovations

The “think tank” of the SCHOTT Group, the Otto Schott Research Center, is celebrating its 25th anniversary. In the new “solutions” magazine, you’ll read about what material and product highlights had their origins here. Learn how ideas become innovations at SCHOTT and how we shape the future together with our customers. We wish you interesting reading!
Technology Magazine
SCHOTT US Liquid Nitrogen on Glass-Ceramic

Putting ROBAX glass-ceramic to the test

Fireplaces are the centerpiece of many homes, adding warmth and aesthetic appeal. Glass-sealed fireplaces offer the beauty of a natural fire while securing soot, ash, and flames behind a glass-ceramic barrier that must withstand extreme heat and cooling. In order to ensure that barrier remains intact despite the heat of the fire and the potential for breakage and thermal shock, SCHOTT puts its ROBAX glass-ceramic through three major tests.
SCHOTT US Volumentric display

3D volumetric displays will help to keep our nation secure

History teaches that to observe, and then to understand, is the first step to victory. At one point a wooden horse full of Soldiers was all you needed to sack a city. Too bad the Trojans didn’t have today’s imaging technology — the Greeks never would have made it past the gate. But even today’s advanced sensor technologies, which produce all manner of 3D sensor data streams, challenge our ability to interpret and understand the available raw 3D data due to the limitations of 2D displays. 3D volumetric displays could give warfighters a glasses-free, full color, high-resolution three-dimensional perspective of the battlespace — on, above, and even below it, depending on the environment. The next big advance could provide the most comprehensive view yet.