In the News: The Evolution of Instrument Cluster Technology
Visteon was invited to join a recent discussion on the evolution of instrument clusters, in which Jeff Schroeder, portfolio manager; Gary Waller, senior business development manager for the Jaguar Land Rover customer group; and Damon Grigg, technical sales manager; offered insights on current and future developments to industry publication New Electronics.
Raising the Bar in Premium Instrument Clusters
Visteon’s Lightscape® instrument clusters feature reconfigurable, high-resolution color displays offering clarity and graphics quality considered unmatched in the automotive market. The range’s advanced concepts include high-performance digital clusters that incorporate complex 3D graphics, camera inputs and video features for driver awareness – all presented through superior quality displays.
India Press Conveys CEO’s Vision for Growth
The editor-in-chief of Auto Tech Review (ATR), Deepangshu Dev Sarmah, investigates what the next 10 years will hold for Visteon and how the newly streamlined company can help shape the landscape of connected cockpit technology by emerging as a “mega supplier” in its six key product categories: Instrument clusters, center information displays, infotainment systems, audio, telematics and head-up displays.
Visteon Discovers Untapped Energy Source in STEM Students
As Visteon has sought to encourage college students to major in science, technology, engineering and math—or STEM—something unexpected has happened. We’ve encountered a refreshing energy, dedication and professionalism among high school students in STEM programs, an eagerness that is redefining traditional business mentoring plans. It’s a discovery that has motivated Visteon to help nurture these brilliant students in new ways over their entire higher-education experience.
Visteon Multi-Layer Display Cluster Concept
This concept enables distinctive, visually striking 3-D graphics using two displays in one instrument cluster – a traditional thin-film transistor (TFT) in the back and transparent display in the front. The physical separation of the displays enables the user to see images on two distinct planes, providing a sense of depth which allows for more effective visualization of important driver information elements.