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The cockpit revolution: A driving force behind the next-generation automotive experience

has made domain integration possible. As a result, an integrated digital cockpit can now be realized. This will allow inter-domain communication as well as the addition of newer domains, such as informational ADAS, driver monitoring and use of artificial intelligence, to elevate the user experience.

365体育比赛投注New cockpit requirements have fundamentally altered automotive display products from poke-through displays to complex, curved multi-display dashboards. The emergence of new use cases, such as camera integration and next-generation graphics, continues to push automotive display performance demand.

Automaker Challenges

365体育比赛投注Development of in-vehicle displays is a challenging process, requiring automotive-centric development and state-of-the-art manufacturing processes. Automotive displays must remain highly visible in ever-changing lighting conditions, tolerate harsh weather conditions and withstand the rigorous automotive life cycle. To address these performance requirements, automotive displays need to deliver contrast that is at least 10 times better than LCD displays, while also addressing the poor brightness and limited operating life typically associated with OLED displays. Power consumption and cost continue to pose additional challenges to display industrialization.

Visteon’s Solutions

365体育比赛投注At CES, Visteon will showcase a range of technology solutions designed to enhance safety and the driving experience by enabling the transformation of cockpits to all-digital environments. 

365体育比赛投注We continue to demonstrate our leadership in cockpit electronics products, and our A-sample ready demos will focus on four core areas:

To learn more, automakers and members of the media are welcome to explore our booth, located in Central Plaza, Pavilion 13. This is Visteon’s 21st365体育比赛投注 year as an exhibitor, making it one of the longest-running show participants in the automotive industry.

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