The products - which include StoryLights, SoftPals, LED Candles and Micro lamps - feature Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse and characters from Cars and Monsters Inc. They transform children’s bedrooms into imaginative spaces for reading, playing and sleeping. Children can interact with stories through connected lighting, fall asleep to the nightlights, or benefit from lights that promote healthy sleep patterns.
Whatever they want to be when they grow up at least you can make sure they have great teeth!
You don’t have to be a doctor to save a life.
120 years of Philips - Celebrating 120 years of meaningful innovations
There are no words to describe the Philips Sonicare experience – you’ve got to try it for yourself.
Get the headlight that’s right for the way you drive – from Philips.
What does sleep 'power' for you?
How are you sleeping?
Inspired by nature’s sunrise the Philips Wake-up Light uses a unique combination of light and sound to wake you in a more natural way. It helps you to feel more refreshed, so that it is easier to get out of bed.
With a bright clean you can see and feel, you will have a lot of reasons to keep smiling.
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Highlights of the new Philips range included a smart air purifier to provide families with clean air and controlled via their smartphone; a smart baby monitor which connects digitally to smartphones as well as to Philips Hue lighting; and an app-enabled fully-automatic coffee machine.
Philips’ Pieter Nota also delivered the IFA Opening Keynote speech at IFA, focused on meaningful innovation in a digital age.
EPIQ, for example, is a first-of-its-kind ultrasound platform featuring ‘anatomical intelligence’, providing whole-organ 3D visualization that overcomes the challenges of traditional ultrasound. Philips also ran symposia and hands-on tutorials featuring advances in diagnostics, patient-centric informatics, and minimally-invasive treatment.