The China International Optoelectronic Week series event has recently concluded in Beijing. Through this event, many international large-scale lighting brands have brought the latest products and technologies to China, and at the same time heralded the rise of the semiconductor lighting industry, which will be the development of the Chinese lighting market. Inject new vitality. New technologies extend the field of life. Beijing "China Industrial News" reported that experts show that China LED is currently in the early stage of semiconductor lighting applications, and is widely used in large-screen displays, traffic lights, mobile phone backlights and other fields. With the brightening of single LED light and the improvement of luminous efficiency, it is about to enter the general indoor lighting, table lamp, notebook computer backlight, large-screen LCD display backlight, etc. Currently, many cities in Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen and Nanjing are in 2008. The Beijing Olympic Games and the 2010 Shanghai World Expo will be an opportunity to promote the application of semiconductor lamps in urban landscape lighting. According to the forecast, according to the current technology level and development trend, the general market of semiconductor lamps will start in the next 5 to 10 years, and the market will mainly start to turn to ordinary consumers. Foreign companies are keeping a close eye on the Chinese market. The rapid growth of LED sales in China began with the massive replacement of urban traffic lights in 2003. The traditional traffic signal was replaced by LED signal light. This alone led to a 61% high growth in the mainland semiconductor lighting market. In 2005, the automotive LED lighting and indoor LED decorative lighting market showed rapid growth, compared with the previous one. In the year, the two increased by 53.1% and 133.3% respectively. The world's three major lighting industry giants - General Electric Group, Philips Group, and OSRAM Group - have accelerated the pace of establishing LED lighting companies in cooperation with Continental Semiconductor. Seoul Semiconductor Co., Ltd., one of the world's top 10 LEDs, also said, "It is estimated that China's LED market will reach 16 billion yuan in 2006. By 2010, this market will reach 30 billion yuan." The company's market growth will mainly come from China, and many famous brand lighting companies in the world are expected to have more factories moving to China. The semiconductor lighting project has been fully launched recently. The application review of the “Semiconductor Lighting Project” project, a major project in the new material technology field of the “Eleventh Five-Year” National High-Tech Research and Development Program of the Ministry of Science and Technology of China, is nearing completion. According to the relevant person in charge, China will promote semiconductor lighting engineering as a major project in the next five years starting this year. At present, the Ministry of Science and Technology of China has approved Shanghai, Dalian, Nanchang, Xiamen and Shenzhen as industrial bases. In June last year, Shenzhen “National Semiconductor Lighting Engineering Industrialization Base” was listed in Guangming High-tech Park of Baoan District, with more than 200 upstream, middle, downstream and applied product enterprises. The annual sales revenue is close to 100 billion yuan, and the foreign exchange earned more than 2.5 billion. Dollar. Xiamen has given the optoelectronic industry as a new type of industry with policy support and funding. In the past two years, China's Taiwan, the world's second largest LED industry base, is undergoing a large-scale industrial gradient transfer to mainland China. Experts predict that by 2010, the scale of Xiamen's optoelectronics industry will reach 20 billion yuan. After roughly estimating the objectives of the five major industrial bases, the relevant parties said that by 2010, the entire Chinese LED industry will exceed 150 billion yuan, and the benefits brought by the semiconductor and Ming overall projects will be difficult to estimate.