KYOCERA introduces a new 12.1” WXGA LCD Module for Off Highway Applications

Features Advanced Wide Viewing Technology and 1000 cd/m² for best optical performance

Kyoto/London – The Japanese technology corporation Kyocera, a leading manufacturer in the field of electronic devices, is expanding its range with a new 12.1" TFT module with Advanced Wide View technology and 1000 cd/m² brightness for off-highway applications. The display is therefore precisely adapted to the new requirements in construction machines and tractors: The range of software menus is rapidly expanding and the work cabins are generously glazed. The ISO Bus terminals used therefore require a larger display area with high performance visibility in order to be able to display the menu legibly in all operating situations. Reflections must not interfere.


KYOCERA Enters into License Agreement with Bosch

Bosch to incorporate KYOCERA’s haptic feedback technology in automotive applications

Kyoto/London – Kyocera today announced that it has signed a license agreement with Robert Bosch Car Multimedia GmbH, a subsidiary of Robert Bosch GmbH, a leading global supplier of technology and services. Effective May 7, 2018 (Japan time), this license agreement provides Bosch with access to Kyocera’s patented haptic feedback technology for use in Bosch’s automotive solutions.


KYOCERA Introduces New LCD Panels for Automotive Head-Up-Displays

Unique platform structure shortens lead times, allowing samples to be shipped as early as next day

Kyoto/London – KYOCERA today announced a new line of high-performance, high-resolution liquid-crystal display (LCD) panels specifically designed for automotive Head-Up-Displays (HUDs). These LCDs offer high light transmittance, high resolution, and the industry’s widest operating temperature range for optimal performance in automotive HUD applications.


KYOCERA Introduces New 6.2” AWVII LCD for Industrial Applications

Features Advanced Wide Viewing Technology for optimal optical performance

Kyoto / Neuss – The Japanese technology group Kyocera, a leading manufacturer in the field of electronic devices, today introduced a new 6.2” LCD with Advance Wide View Technology that is designed for industrial devices. The new LCD with a 16:6 format and extraordinary width allows the display of longer parameter curves while maintaining a slim design and flat form. Furthermore, it is perfectly designed to fit in a 19” rack system, which is commonly used for audio and server equipment.


electronica 2016: Kyocera presents brand new technologies for the automotive industry

Kyoto / Neuss – Kyocera will be presenting its extensive portfolio of innovative solutions for the automotive industry at this year’s electronica in Munich, Germany (Hall A3, Booth 241). The global trade fair for electronic components, systems and applications takes place from 8–11 November.


Robust, thin and light – Kyocera presents a modern 5.7-inch module for industrial applications

The new 5.7-inch VGA display from Kyocera has a thickness of just 6 mm and only weighs 100 grams

Kyoto / Neuss – Kyocera, a Japanese technology group and leading manufacturer in the field of electronic devices, is extending its portfolio with a new 5.7-inch VGA TFT module (4:3) that is particularly suitable for use in portable devices.


KYOCERA introduces Wide-Screen, Super High Brightness TFT-LCD for Industrial Applications

New 12.1” WXGA with 1500nits brightness ideal for easy readability in outdoor sunlit applications

Kyoto / Neuss – The Japanese technology Corporation Kyocera, a leading manufacturer in the field of electronic devices, announced a new wide-format (16:10) TFT-LCD display for bright environments, indoors or outdoors. Wide-format TFT-LCDs provide a sleek, modern design aesthetic that allows more information to be displayed on a single screen. The increased resolution and wide aspect ratio deliver greater detail and sharper imaging, making them ideal for all industrial display needs — including medical, agriculture, test and measurement, and marine applications.


Kyocera registers trademark Haptivity® for its proprietary touch feeling technology and continues further development

The new virtual reality technology that enables an innovative real touch feeling and a display feedback has been introduced last year. Kyocera now expands the usage of the second product generation into the application fields automotive, Industry 4.0 and medical.

Kyoto / Neuss – The patented technology Haptivity®, which stands for haptic and activity, is a registered trademark of the Japanese technology company Kyocera in the EU since the beginning of 2016. This step paves the way for Kyocera’s trend-setting plans in the further development of virtual reality applications: So far, the first generation of Haptivity® devices was technically limited to screen sizes of approximately 7”.


KYOCERA introduces TFT-LCDs with Projected Capacitive Touchscreens for Industrial Applications

Kyocera’s new LCDs TCG070WV, TCG104XG and TCG121XG feature super high brightness, wide viewing angle and PCAP touchscreens.

Kyoto / Neuss – The Japanese technology Corporation Kyocera, a leading manufacturer in the field of electronic devices, announced three new TFT-LCDs with Projected Capacitive Touchscreens (PCAP) that offer an ideal user interface for a wide variety of industrial applications such as medical equipment, factory automation, test and measurement, and marine application.

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