LG: Variety of Display Technologies Explored
Subsequent to LG Electronics’ declaration of the debut of a transparent antenna at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the Korean electronic manufacturer stated that it will present its innovative auto display resolutions for Software-Defined Vehicles (SDVs) from LG Display.
LG Display’s screen will adopt diverse technologies, like P-OLED, ATO (Advanced Thin OLED), and LTPS (Low-Temperature Polycrystalline Silicon) LCD. Grammatically correct.
According to the company, the P-OLED offers a lightweight and flexible panel due to its plastic substrate, while the ATO has glass substrates that provide the core strength of automotive OLED “at a more competitive price point.” The LTPS LCD is a high-performance panel that is bigger and better than other LCDs.
The newly developed Switchable Privacy Mode (SPM) is on the way; this will vary the vision angle of the motorist to ensure their concentration remains on what’s in front, much like the license secured recently by BMW. Films and games can be switched from the vehicle driver to the individual sitting in the front. Although safety seems to be something of a worry here, this is after all just an idea for SDVs.
LG Display had the backseat riders in mind when showing off their fresh display technologies. BMW was already amongst the first to unveil a 37-inch Theatre Screen in the i7, however the electronics corporation will introduce a divided screen with adjustable and collapsible features.
“At LG Display, we are committed to bolstering our worldwide leadership with the newest and finest automotive display solutions for the upcoming era of mobility,” stated Byeong-koo Kim, senior vice president and head of Auto Business Group at LG Display. “Our goal is to make sure that our innovative technology will keep up with the ever-changing needs of the automotive industry.”
If the wide-expansive dashboard display seems recognizable, multiple automakers have been exploring this territory. Mercedes-Benz is experimenting with fresh ideas for screens and will unveil their version of the technology at CES. South Korean conglomerate Hyundai, through its Mobis technical division, will also grace the electronics event with a creative automobile exhibit of optical elements made from holograms.
The 2024 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, taking place from the 9th – 12th of January, will introduce a plethora of revolutionary in-car display systems.