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IGLD HUD: safety, ergonomics and efficiency for professional applications

The addition of professional transparent interfaces (HUDs) to commercial vehicles brings several benefits: increased driver ergonomics, better situational awareness and saving space in the cockpit.

Glass Laminated Displays (IGLD) allow simple pieces of glass to be transformed into interactive transparent displays. Laminating a display in a windshield provides a 360-degree viewing angle and allows data to be viewed from both inside and outside the vehicle.

The robustness of Lumineq displays allows them to work in difficult and demanding conditions. With the see-through displays well positioned in the cabs, the operator can avoid unnecessary repetitive movements made to check all the critical information. This allows the driver to maintain vision and focus on the job in hand, thereby decreasing sources of distraction and associated risks.

IGLD display features

Transparent lamination, ruggedness and reliability are important features that meet the ever-increasing demands of heavy-duty applications.

In addition to these features, the IGLDs maintain a high degree of transparency (even after glass lamination), the possibility to implement touch sensors directly in the layer and the complete customization of the display.

All this makes Lumineq IGLDs a unique product for all those who seek functionality and security in their end-use applications.

IGLD display applications

As mentioned above, this type of display fulfils all the characteristics of robustness and dynamism required in heavy duty applications (e.g. tractors, forklift trucks and diggers), but this does not mean that laminated displays cannot find other applications.

This does not mean that laminated displays cannot find other applications. In particular, the use of this type of in-glass display is finding more and more space in public transport (subways, trains and buses), in the nautical sector (traditional displays are not always ideal for working in humid environments, with poor visibility or with direct sunlight) and in the automotive sector (where, in addition to the normal use of HUDs, they are finding outlets for smart window applications and as intelligent signs to communicate better with other road users).

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