Dashboards in transportation vehicles including buses, trucks, trains, airplanes, boats, play an important role to ensure driving safe and smooth traveling. They provide relevant data, such as speed, RPM, oil level, warnings, etc. But as more and more data are presented on multiple screens in vehicles, critical information can sometimes get lost and become difficult to see. Moreover, glancing between the dashboard and road can be dangerous, especially in situations where the drivers need to focus and keep their heads up.
By laminating transparent displays in glass, vehicle OEMs are empowered to utilize all the windshields and windows, showing important information and providing functions controlled by touching the glass. The technology enables manufacturers to build safer vehicles and machines that improve ergonomics and user experience for drivers, operators, and passengers.
On the trains or ferries, information such as traveling speed, the current stop, the next stop and estimated time of arrival, and the final destination and ETA, can all be displayed on the side window and accessible to passengers at all times.
When the in-glass displays have integrated touch function available, vehicle windows can provide functions that otherwise need a physical panel, such as dimming the cabin window or requesting the service from the crew. It simplifies the setup, saves spaces, and significantly improves user experience.
LUMINEQ rugged displays have been serving transportation applications in extreme conditions for the past 30 years, on land, at sea, and in the air.
Our display operating temperature range is from -60 ºC to +105 ºC, with instant pixel response regardless of temperature. They are inorganic design and extremely tolerant to vibration, shock, and humidity.
The unique durability and performance of our rugged displays are the perfect choice when you need a display to endure all sorts of conditions and environments all around the world, from the air to the sea.
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