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    Title: 日本LED產業競爭優勢探討
    Other Titles: A study on the competitive advantages of Japan's LED industry
    Authors: 李吉泰;Li, Chi-tai
    Contributors: 淡江大學日本研究所碩士班
    張務華;Chang, Wu-hua
    Keywords: LED;專利權;SWOT分析;五力分析;日亞化學;LED;SWOT Analysis;Five forces analysis;patent;Nichia Corporation;発光ダイオード;特許;スワォット分析;ファイブフォース分析;日亜化学
    Date: 2009
    Issue Date: 2010-01-10 23:54:36 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 近年在省能源與環保等議題日益受重視的情況下,LED已漸被視為取代傳統燈泡的新一代先驅照明設備。日本現為引領全球LED產業發展之國,且LED產業亦為我國積極發展之重點產業。然受限於專利權和技術,台灣一直無法擴大在LED的市場。
    In recent years, due to such issues as energy conservation and environmental protection, LEDs have gradually replaced traditional bulbs and become the new pioneer illumination technology. Japan is now a global leader in the LED industry and Taiwan also has been involved in this burgeoning business. However, limited by the exclusive rights of patent and technology, Taiwan has been unable to extend its LED market.
    This study seeks to asses the relative strengths and weaknesses of the Japanese LED industry by using SWOT and Five Forces Analysis. The main objective is to clarify the contributing factors which have made Japan become the world’s largest supplier of high intensity white light LEDs. It also pursues to demonstrate the advantages and disadvantages of LED industrial development in Japan as a reference for the Taiwanese government and LED-related businesses.
    According to the outcome of the study, the Japanese LED industry possesses five key merits: (1) professional research and development; (2) legal protection of patents; (3) sponsorship and support from government and enterprises; (4) the cultivation of a highly capable work force; (5) the ambition to become the most important global LED center.
    As for the Taiwanese government and LED manufacturers, they should aggressively research and develop LED techniques to eliminate the limitation of authorization from international corporations such as Nichia Corporation. Meanwhile, intra-national and international registrations of patent technology are crucial to avoid lawsuit pertaining to exclusive rights and to reduce the impact on profitability stemming from other new competitors. Furthermore, the unity of related manufacturers can accomplish the structure of industrial supply chain, cut expenditures and ensure production qualities. Various industrial/ governmental/ academic institutional programs will also breed qualified professionals and help recruitment and expedite industrial development. Government should provide preferential subsidies and policies to create a favorable environment for the advancement of LED industry and to prevent technology outflow and the looming insufficiencies in the work force caused by industrial off-shoring.
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