Link Motion and MTA SpA Partnering on Automotive Platforms

by Helen Vince

Link Motion and MTA SpA are excited to announce that they have started strategic cooperation on Link Motion platform, an optimized software and hardware vehicle computer, which helps vehicle manufacturers in creation of cost-effective …


Automotive Electronics at CES

by Ken Werner

Not many years ago, the North Hall at the International Consumer Electronics Show looked like a compact version of the the annual show put on by the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA). The hall …

Tags:Automotive| CES 2015| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| sharp| Vol 22 - Issue 03

LG Display Pushes OLEDs and New LCD Materials

by Bob Raikes

On the the first morning of the show, we were able to get a detailed look at the developments at LG Display in its hotel suite. The company had a lot to show and …

Tags:AMOLED| Automotive| CES 2015| Desktop Monitors| Flexible Displays| Large Display Monitor| LCD displays| LFD - Large Format Display| LG Displays (LGD)| Mobile Display Monitor| RGBW| Vol 22 - Issue 03

Atmel Improves Development Time and adds Automotive Apps

by Bob Raikes

Atmel showed this automotive demo at PepcomTouch controller maker, Atmel, was at the Pepcom event and was talking about its latest developments. The company is making its touch technology more sensitive as there are …

Tags:Atmel| Automotive| CES 2015| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Pcap (Procap)| Touch Controllers| Vol 22 - Issue 03

Bosch sees Augmented Reality in the Car Within the Next Five Years

by Norbert Hildebrand

The Wall Street Journal says in an article “Augmented Reality Windshields on the Way, Says Bosch CEO ” that Bosch sees augmented reality windshields appearing in the near future. According to the article, Bosch sees the car …

Tags:Automotive| Head Up Displays HUDs| Mobile Display Monitor| Robert Bosch| Vol 22 - Issue 02

Nvidia’s Teraflop Chip Enables Self-Aware Cars

by Vanessa Browning

In a big shift from last year, when its stand was all about gaming, Nvidia focused on automotive applications at the 2015 show. Nvidia’s new Tegra X1 chip is a quad-core device using four …

Tags:Automotive| CES 2015| CPUs| GPUs| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Nvidia| Vol 22 - Issue 03

Google Lays Android Auto Groundwork

by Bob Raikes

Sources have told Reuters that Google is preparing a version of Android that will be built directly into cars. Drivers will be able to access the internet without connecting a 3G device such as …

Tags:Android| Automotive| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 22 - Issue 01

Jaguar Land Rover Shows More Ideas for Automotive HUD

by Bob Raikes

In recent months we have heard a lot about the new head up display (HUD) and 3D instrument cluster being developed by Jaguar Land Rover and that it is based on holographic projection. Now …

Tags:Automotive| Head Up Displays HUDs| Holographic Displays| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 21 - Issue 50

Silicon Image Announces MHL Products for Automotive Market

by Bob Raikes

Silicon Image has announced the release of MHL products for the automotive markets. MHL has become a connection of choice for many automotive infotainment systems. With over 650 million devices featuring MHL connectivity, the …

Tags:Automotive| Chips| Large Display Monitor| Lattice Semiconductor (Silicon Image)| MHL| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 21 - Issue 50

Gorilla Glass Targets Automotive and Alternative Applications and Technologies

by Helen Vince

Display Materials & Manufacturing – While Corning’s Gorilla Glass is aimed primarily at mobile devices, the company has set up a separate group to look at alternative uses for the product. In our exclusive …

Tags:Automotive| Corning| Glass| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 21 - Issue 47

Vorsprung Durch Samsung

by Raverstead

Audi showrooms in the UK are using Samsung’s Gear VR headset to demonstrate the features of the new Audi TT. Wearers can investigate the interior of the car and be taken for a drive. …

Tags:Automotive| Back Panel| Mobile Display Monitor| Retail| Vol 21 - Issue 46