Saturday, June 10
11:00 am – 5:00 pm
5611 AZ Eindhoven
In the centre of Eindhoven stands the old factory where Gerard Philips produced his first light bulbs in 1891. Here is the modern Philips Museum, which takes you into the story of the company. You see how Philips played an important role in social change with innovative technology. First with electric light, later with radio, television and the advent of the digital age. Currently, Philips is at the forefront of major revolutions in healthcare. Always with one goal: to improve people’s lives.
Mini lectures in the Philips Museum
On June 10, come to the Philips Museum for mini-lectures on technical developments: interactive sessions where you will talk to real Philips experts. The lectures are specially designed to understand where the ubiquitous digital technology in our daily lives comes from. Devices like radio, X-ray tubes and CD players do not stand and have not stood alone; they are part of an interesting technology transition that is still ongoing…. Let’s make the future!