Germany based Inuru developed an interactive "smart surface" technology that enable light-emitting (based on OLED lighting devices) packaging and advertisement labels and solutions.
Inuru's first project enabled Coca Cola Singapore's Star Wars campaign in 2019. Inuru apparently developed its own printed OLED stack and is producing the devices in Germany.
EMDE development of light is a developer and producer of OLED lighting solutions, established by German artist Thomas Emde.
Ultimate Image Corporation (UMAGE) was established in 2011 in Taiwan, with an aim to become an OLED lighting developer. UMAGE designs and develops OLED lighting technologies and systems as a fabless company.
Yeolight Technology was spun-off Visionox in May 2015 to act as an independent company focusing on OLED lighting. The company produces and supplies OLED lighting panels.
In November 2016 Yeolight introduced its first OLED lamp, using panels acquired from LG Display. Since then the company started to produce its own lighting panels, and in 2017 announced it is targeting the automotive market (among other markets).
Toshiba Corporation, based in Japan, is a multinational engineering and electronics corporation. Toshiba develops a wide range of products and services such as information technology equipment, components and materials, power stations, lighting, consumer electronics, household appliances and more.
Toshiba used to develop OLED Lighting panels, with plans to enter the market in 2015 - which never materialized. Toshiba, together with Sony and Hitachi, formed Japan Display in 2011. The company also develops flexible OLED panels.
WAC Lighting is a global innovative lighting designer and manufacturer for Luxury Residential, Commercial, Hospitality, Institutional, Retail and Architectural applications.
Acuity Brands is one of the world's largest lighting solution providers. Acuity Brands is involved with OLED based lighting fixtures and installations for many years, using panels by both LG and OLEDWorks.