Designers of automotive electronic systems have the opportunity to increase the number of displays per vehicle while reducing design complexity by using the MAX16923 4-output display power IC with watchdog timer from Maxim Integrated Products.
Winmate's Chassis Mount 4K UHD Military Display is a complete military-grade video wall solution engineered in 27″, 32″ and 40″ sizes and with 4K-UHD/HD options.
iBASE's SI-323-N is a triple-HDMI digital signage player based on the AMD Ryzen Embedded R1000 SoC with AMD Radeon Vega 3 Graphics, enabling good graphics performance and optimal power efficiency.
The Red Lion Graphite 12.1″ HMI offers a UV-protected display with widescreen-format 1280 x 800 resolution, making it easily viewable even in direct sunlight.
iBASE Technology's BYTEM-123-PC in-vehicle HMI is based on the quad-core Intel Atom processor E3845 and EN50155 certified for railway applications.
WAGO Touch Panels 600 enable users to operate, monitor, visualise and diagnose in the manufacturing, building and processing industries.
How will different technology options fare given that the paradigm shift towards flexible displays is finally upon us?
John Young, Sales Director at industrial parts supplier EU Automation, explains how modern human-machine interface (HMI) technology can improve output in Asia.
The smallest pixels yet created, made by trapping particles of light under tiny rocks of gold, could be used for new types of large-scale flexible displays.
Commercialisation of light-emitting organic materials has so far remained elusive.
Korean researchers have developed a textile-based wearable display module technology that is washable and does not require an external power source.
German researchers have developed a film that gives touch screens a third dimension, enabling them to pulse or vibrate on demand.
Advantech has introduced its first 43″ UHD curved touch monitor, the CRV-430 series. The series features a bright 4K2K resolution screen capable of 10-point multitouch and displaying over 1 billion colours.
For more than a decade, companies and research institutes have been developing flexible, transparent and high-performance barriers.
Korean researchers have developed a polymeric material that could be key to the displays of the future.