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16-18 May, 2017
Mercure Parkhotel Krefelder Hof, Germany

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Displays Europe 2017

What to expect at Displays Europe 2017:

  • Get a deeper understanding of display market trends and display quality standards for future automotive applications
  • Learn about new display technologies and latest developments in OLED
  • Discover the latest developments in HUD, projection technologies and augmented reality, and explore the newest opportunities in the field
  • Look into the benefits of integrated touch sensors and haptic technologies

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Testing and Simulation of Display Devices

Prof. Dr. Karlheinz Blankenbach, University of Pforzheim and Chairman of the German Flat Panel Display Forum (DFF) presents on the trends and challenges in automotive display technologies. 

Download the presentation to learn more on the best testing and simulation methodology for automotive displays directly from the global expert himself:

AR HMI - Defining Future HUD System Architecture

Emily Robb and Dan Cashen of Nippon Seiki present on AR HUD system technology, how to avoid high latency and increase speed and flexibility with large data transmissions in AR system architectures with a 3D latency model, and how to assess eye position alignment errors with a 3D HUD perspective model.

Download the presentation to find out why they argue for further research into the source of each error in the total AR HUD system and object targets for each use case in order to achieve system level design objectives.

IHS Key Display Technology Trends

IHS Automotive predicts that the display component market will reach $18.6 billion by 2021, which will give new players the opportunity to jump into the supply chain. Brian Rhodes, Analyst HMI & Usability at IHS, shares his presentation on the trends in HMI components for automotive displays, including CSDs, Touchscreen, Instrument Cluster Displays, HUDs, and Augmented Reality. Download the presentation to find out the key takeaways, pros and cons of current HMI trends, and how the new automotive user experience and fierce competition from the consumer electronics market will lead to a major shift in the industry.

Jan Faber from Audi about specific requirements for driver information and Head-Up-Dispays

Jan Faber, HW Architect at Audi, gave a presentation on last year's conference about specific requirements for driver information and Head-Up-Display and their effective integration into the overall vehicle architecture.

By reading the presentation, you learn more about the impact of future driver assistance systems and customer expectations on automative displays, the increasing demands on functional safety requirements, performance requirements, the effective integration into the overall vehicle architecture and technology trends for cluster instruments and Head-Up Displays.