|Visteon’s Paul Weindorf, technical fellow, and Dr. Yanning Zhao, innovation project manager, present technical papers at Display Week 2016 in San Francisco, California|
|Andrew Rice, CAE mechanical engineer, presents on electronics and thermal design and measurement at the Integrated Electrical Solutions Forum (IESF) Automotive Conference in Dearborn, Michigan|
|Visteon to Conduct 2016 Annual Meeting of Shareholders in Van Buren Township, Michigan|
Visteon Expands Capabilities in Optical Bonding for Automotive Displays
Optical bonding is a process which fills the air gap between the cover glass, or touch panel, and the actual display (e.g. LCD, OLED) with a refractive indexmatched optically clear adhesive (OCA) in order to drastically reduce reflections. This method improves both indoor and outdoor readability and the enhanced display performance leads to a much improved user experience.
Visteon Introduces Seamless Technology with Latest Hybrid Cluster
Visteon’s new seamless hybrid instrument cluster, first displayed at the International CES® 2016, takes the concept of a smooth and unbroken display interface by hiding display openings so apertures and margin gaps are invisible – Visteon's capability and craftsmanship in creating highly decorative cluster designs.
In the News: Sachin Lawande Talks Cockpit Electronics Strategy with Automotive World
In the April issue of Automotive World, chief editor, Martin Kahl and Lawande discuss the key trends that will pave the way for connected and autonomous driving. The comprehensive interview covers a range of topical industry subjects including electronic control unit (ECU) consolidation, SmartDevice Link, HMI development and the car within the ecosystem of the Internet of Things.
10 Ways Young Engineers Can Help the Auto Industry
I was destined to be an engineer even before I knew what one was. Growing up in Dearborn, Michigan, I loved to help people and redesign things like remote-control race cars, robots and computers. My family instilled in me a strong sense of both my American identity and my Lebanese heritage, and I viewed engineering as one of the few effective ways I could positively impact my community and nations around the world.
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.