Modern transportation systems have become increasingly complex: it’s no longer about being just in control of the vehicle, but also ensuring safety, connectivity and an overall seamless user experience while travelling, therefore understanding where and how these systems will be used is key to helping you design a solution truly fit for purpose.
With extensive design and development expertise, we can help you with your marine and automotive electronic product design challenges, including:
Bright sunlight on a display creates reflections, which can obscure the contents of the screen even when viewed pretty much directly. Optical Bonding between the cover glass and the display improves the appearance and readability of the display by eliminating internal reflections allowing information to be read more easily. Read more about our Optical Bonding Service.
Increasing the luminance of the backlight unit is also an effective way of overcoming readability issues - read more about our Backlight customisation services;
From marine dashboard navigation controllers to portable navigation nystems (GPS) we've enabled design engineering teams to develop state-of-art electronic marine and automotive electronic devices using our display and embedded solutions.
When approached by a leading marine vehicle manufacturing company with the challenge of delivering a full sunlight readable display solution with high EMI immunity for a marine navigation system to integrate in their boat system, we rose to the challenge.
Our team of display experts designed an optically bonded IPS display with custom coverlens including optical film and UV resistance ink for enhanced readability and resistance. A specially designed heatsink into the backlight unit enabled heat dissipation and longer life time of the LEDs. Finally, to suppress EMI emissions our team designed EMI shielded cables and enabled EMI shielded PCB assembly.
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