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Koninklijke Philips N.V. engages in healthcare, consumer lifestyle, and lighting businesses worldwide. It provides various integrated clinical solutions, including radiation oncology and portfolio management; computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, and molecular imaging products; digital X-ray and mammography products; interventional X-ray products in cardiology, radiology, surgery, and other areas; and ultrasound products. The company also offers enterprise patient monitoring solutions for clinical information at the patient’s bedside; patient analytics, patient monitoring, and clinical decision support systems; mother and child care products; therapeutic care products; imaging informatics for radiology and cardiology; picture archiving and communication systems and integrated electronic medical record systems; professional services; clinical support and performance, education, value-added services, installation, and remote proactive monitoring services; and care coordination, home monitoring, and care solutions. In addition, it provides mother and childcare, oral healthcare, pain management, male grooming, and beauty products; and kitchen appliances, coffee, garment care, floor care, and air purification products. Further, the company is involved in the development, manufacture, and application of various lighting products and services, including light sources and electronics, such as LED, eco-halogen, fluorescent, discharge, and incandescent light sources, as well as electronic and electromagnetic gears, modules, and drivers; functional, decorative, lifestyle, and scene-setting luminaires; and controls and luminaires for city beautification, road and sports lighting, office lighting, shop/hospitality lighting, and industry lighting. The company was formerly known as Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. and changed its name to Koninklijke Philips N.V. in May 2013. Koninklijke Philips N.V. was founded in 1891 and is based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

93,706 Employees
Last Reported Date: 04/28/15
Founded in 1891

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Total Annual Compensation: €1.5M
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Total Annual Compensation: €901.9K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

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From Floor to Ceiling, Philips Showcases Latest in Connected Lighting and Unique Applications of LEDs at LIGHTFAIR 2015

Royal Philips announced it will showcase the latest innovations in connected lighting systems, including Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) luminaires, app-based controls and cloud-based technologies at LIGHTFAIR International 2015. On display at the Philips booth #1207 will be luminous carpets and ceilings, as well as unique lighting systems, such as HealWell for hospital environments, new applications that allow remote management of lighting technologies, to demonstrate how Philips continues to deliver value beyond illumination to meet the unique goals of businesses, organizations and individuals. Connected fixtures with visible light communications (VLC): Philips Lightolier Calculite LED round downlights use Power-over-Ethernet and VLC technology to allow for location awareness to deliver professional lighting experiences and offer control via personal devices. PoE delivers low-voltage power and data over a single Ethernet cable, allowing to configure and redesign spaces without changing the electrical infrastructure. VLC allows location to be determined through a high-frequency lighting signal that can be detected by a smartphone or tablet. Philips ActiveSite: is a cloud-based connected lighting management platform that allows Philips Color Kinetics architectural LED lighting systems to be remotely monitored, maintained and managed. Content, such as light shows, can be uploaded from anywhere in the world. ActiveSite has recently been adopted as part of the Tappan Zee lighting project in New York City. Philips Envision: is afully integrated, indoor lighting management software platform that offers centralized management and monitoring of all system components at the building or space level. The Envision suite offers superior energy efficiencies when combined with LED upgrades, enabling benefits that go beyond illumination, such as reduced maintenance costs, improved space optimization and control of lighting and settings, such as temperature. Philips CityTouch connector nodes: make any LED street light connected with Philips ‘plug & play’ CityTouch connector nodes, a new patented technology from Philips enabling city authorities to get their street lights network ready with an easy to install, system that uses the cellular network to connect LED street lights from any manufacturer for remote management by Philips CityTouch software. The technology helps cities protect investments by making ‘dumb’ third-party street lights smart and connected, while reducing energy consumption by up to 70% compared to conventional lighting technologies. Philips ZoneScape: isanapp-based control system that allows users to turn on and off pre-determined zones of landscape lighting with a smartphone. Philips Lumec RoadFocus LED Cobra Head: are roadway luminaires that provide energy-efficient, uniform light distribution with a familiar cobra head aesthetic for seamless integration. RoadFocus combines with the Philips CityTouch lighting management software platform for a connected lighting system that provides additional benefits, such as dimming, energy data and real-time alerts for more efficient maintenance response. Philips Lumec SleekVision and ClassicStyle post topand bollards: offer modern and traditional designs for lighting open public spaces safely and sustainably. Both incorporate ClearGuide LED technology, a revolutionary vertically-oriented light engine that provides excellent visual comfort and facial recognition without compromising performance. Philips OneSpace luminous ceiling: integrates LED lights and fabric to create an incombustible white light ceiling surface that hides the source of light completely, offering architects a unique and innovative solution that provides uniform, glare-free functional white light for hospitality, public, and retail spaces. The system has an ultra-thin minimalistic design and is available in customized sizes and a variety of mounting options, allowing for the higher level of design freedom. Philips Interior Linear IntelliHue Powercore: a luminaire that boasts a new concealed linear form factor with a clean and minimal design that will be the base of an interior product family redesign. This luminaire supports the higher level of ActiveSite integration to date supporting remote monitoring and management of individual lightpoints. Philips Luminous Carpets: Philips and Tandus Centiva are integrating the carpet into commercial interior design, using carpets as a communication medium. Now the flooring is a programmable messaging tool capable of informing, directing, welcoming and inspiring people. For example, the carpet can direct people to building exits in case of an emergency, or point them to the coffee machine or restrooms. Philips Day-Brite ClearAppealandPhilips Day-Brite EvoGrid: uses tunable white light with light recipes allowing students to focus more, while improving alertness and providing excellent visual comfort in the classroom. Philips HealWell: a lighting system that uses spectrally tunable LED luminaires with integrated controls to offer a healthcare solution that supports circadian rhythms and improves sleep for patients, and provides a comfortable environment for staff and caregivers.

Royal Philips Launches VesselNavigator to Enhance Minimally Invasive Treatment of Vascular Disease

Royal Philips announced the launch of VesselNavigator, its latest innovation in live 3D catheter navigation to guide the minimally invasive treatment of patients with vascular diseases such as aortic aneurysms (ballooning of the aorta). This new catheter navigation solution, designed for use in conjunction with Philips' interventional X-ray systems, enhances the precision and accuracy of stent placement, while at the same time significantly reducing contrast medium usage. As a result, minimally invasive treatment options will be available to patients previously unable to benefit from new image-guided intervention techniques. It addresses the need for advanced 3D live-image guidance solutions, as the treatment for vascular disease is experiencing a major transition from open surgery to minimally invasive procedures, with such procedure volumes growing at high single-digit rates. VesselNavigator can be used for all types of endovascular procedures, but one of its key applications is guidance during the treatment of aortic aneurysms, which if left untreated could lead to severe complications such as massive internal bleeding. With conventional X-ray imaging it is very challenging to position the stent in the precise orientation. Endovascular aortic aneurysm repair is therefore a very complex procedure, and the more time it takes, the more contrast medium is needed for X-ray visualization and guidance in order to succeed. VesselNavigator fuses live interventional X-ray images with pre-acquired 3D MRI or CT images of the patient's vascular structures. The resulting 3D color-coded images of the vessels provide enhanced real-time visual guidance, making it easier to maneuver through the vascular network without the need to enhance the X-ray visualization with the repeated use of an injected contrast medium.

Koninklijke Philips N.V Reports Unaudited Consolidated Earnings Results for the First Quarter Ended March 31, 2015; Provides Earnings Guidance for the Year 2015

Koninklijke Philips N.V reported unaudited consolidated earnings results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2015. For the quarter, the company reported comparable sales were increased by 2% on a comparable basis to EUR 5,339 million against EUR 4,692 million a year ago. Total sales increased by 14%, driven by positive currency translation effects due to consolidation changes. Income from operations was EUR 139 million against EUR 172 million a year ago. Income before taxes was EUR 72 million against EUR 103 million a year ago. Net income attributable to the company shareholders was EUR 99 million or EUR 0.11 per basic and diluted share against EUR 138 million or EUR 0.15 per basic and diluted share a year ago. Net cash used for operating activities was EUR 256 million against EUR 273 million a year ago. Net capital expenditures were EUR 187 million against EUR 158 million a year ago. Purchase of intangible assets was EUR 28 million against EUR 11 million a year ago. Capital expenditures on property, plant and equipment was EUR 92 million against EUR 82 million a year ago. Net debt as at March 31, 2015 was EUR 4,118 million against EUR 1,990 million a year ago. EBITA was EUR 230 million against EUR 253 million a year ago. EBIT was EUR 139 million against EUR 172 million a year ago. Adjusted EBITA was EUR 327 million or 6.1% of sales. Adjusted EBITA was 6.1%, and it was 40 basis points lower than in first quarter of last year. Net income was EUR 100 million compared to EUR 137 million a year ago. This decline is largely explained by lower operational earnings as a result of higher restructuring- and acquisition-related charges and some other items. Outflow of free cash was EUR 443 million, including the final pension contribution of EUR 171 million related to the derisking of the Dutch pension plan. For the year 2015, the company expects to improve adjusted EBITA by at least 100 basis points but expect this improvement to be back-end loaded. CapEx in the U.S., therefore, is forecast to remain flat in 2015 versus last year, although new hospital construction is expected to grow by mid-single digit. For IG&S, the company continues to expect reported EBITA for full year 2015 to amount to a net cost of around EUR 900 million. The increase versus last year is mainly driven by additional investments in innovation, higher overhead costs, and a decrease in IP royalty income. The company expects modest comparable sales growth and continue to be focused on driving operational performance improvements to increase the EBITA margin.


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