Radiant Presents Solutions for Display Testing

REDMOND, WA --- Radiant Vision Systems will exhibit and present solutions for automotive display testing at the 2nd annual Automotive Visual and Display Technologies event taking place on April 10-12, 2017, at the Sheraton Hotel Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA. Radiant. Defect detection for in-vehicle displays faces a unique set of challenges. Variations in light, color, and contrast must be controlled to enable displays to clearly and accurately convey critical safety, environmental, and operational information to drivers and passengers.

Now embedded in all areas of the vehicle from dashboards to windshields to mirrors, automotive displays must maintain viewing performance under a range of ambient lighting conditions (from day to night, in any weather), and at a range of viewing angles. Displays must also withstand harsh environmental conditions, including extreme vibrations and fluctuating temperatures. Detection of subtle flaws, which could worsen as a result of these factors, is critical to ensuring a high-quality display that performs as expected throughout the life of the vehicle and reinforces positive brand perception.

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