Visteon Corporation, a number one automotive cockpit electronics technology firm, declared its groundbreaking microZone™ display technology that provides considerably higher graphics efficiency than traditional LCD monitors.
This new, patent-pending high-dynamic-range (HDR) screen technology provides high contrast and brightness and a wide color gamut that permits automotive screens to achieve equality with mobile consumer units with life-like imaging capability.
Designed to speed up the development and commercialization of energy-efficient, cost-effective digital screens solutions, microZone is considered the first automotive display to provide superior optical performance without losing automotive reliability.
Since it’s based on mature LCD technology, it passes all automotive qualification standards without susceptibility to burn-in.
MicroZone can meet these efficiency targets at a power consumption on par with traditional LCD expertise due to vital enabling innovations developed in-house at Visteon.
At CES 2020, Visteon will host demonstrations of microZone at its booth (Central Plaza, Pavilion 13), where it’ll further showcase solutions to accelerate the transition to an all-digital automobile cockpit and, ultimately, autonomous driving.
From fully reconfigurable instrument clusters and the latest-generation, high-definition (HD) digital display technologies to driver monitoring, ADAS integration, and a virtualized instrument cluster domain and options underpin the increasing shift toward linked automobiles and autonomous vehicles.