Visteon Corporation (NYSE: VC), the global market leader in information displays for vehicles, will have a significant voice in the discussion on emerging trends and advanced technology at a display symposium in Dearborn, Michigan, on Oct. 22-23.
A total of 11 Visteon technical experts from around the globe authored three technical papers to be presented at the 22nd Annual Symposium on Vehicle Displays at the University of Michigan-Dearborn, hosted by the Detroit Chapter of the Society for Information Display (SID).
Technical papers to be presented by Visteon include:
Anti-Glare Film Sparkle Optical Modeling and Prediction Method
Authors: Brian Hayden, Robert Belke, Paul Weindorf, Dr. Carl Evans, Katsuyuki Matsuo, Shunji Miyahara
Touch Sensor Transparent Conductor Optical Comparison
Authors: Paul Weindorf, Kong Lor, Dr. Soeren Lichtenberg, Steven Ponsock
Thin-Film Transistor Computer Aided Engineering Thermal Model
Authors: Paul Weindorf, Andrew Rice, Brian Hayden, Kong Lor, Toshiyuki Abe
These technical papers will be accessible on Visteon’s website after Oct. 23 at www.visteon.com/products/technical-publications.html
The annual symposium brings together top thought-leaders – including scientists, engineers, researchers and business leaders – representing the global automotive display industry. It is billed as the world’s most comprehensive symposium focused on next-generation in-car displays, gateway technologies and interfaces shaping the future of the connected driving experience