Continental 5 inch TFT displays for Indian commercial vehicles
Continental, leading global automotive suppliers, is catering to the Indian commercial vehicle segment in a big way. TFT display Technology is being introduced by the company which will be seen on buses and trucks in the country in the future.
TFT – Thin Film Transistor Technology from Continental marks a new advent in the company which has over 111 years of experience in instrumentation production. This TFT technology has become exceedingly necessary in the management of commercial vehicles such as trucks and buses as it offers users a range of facilities right from navigation, vehicle user interface to entertainment and is coupled with high definition image quality.
With notable advancement of Indian commercial vehicle segment, innovative technological developments on parallel lines will further drive this segment forward. Continental expects to see acceptability by OEs and fleet operators in the country while a secondary screen for display of optional content to include images from ProViu camera system will also see suitability in the Indian commercial vehicle segment.
Dr. Christian Neumann, Head of Business Unit Commercial Vehicles and Aftermarket (CVAM), India said, “The commercial vehicle industry in India is going through a major evolution, with technological advancement being one of the key drivers of growth. The availability of better information management solutions will further drive this transformation. In India, the prevalence of smart phones has made TFT screens ubiquitous. From passenger cars to commercial vehicles – TFT technology is seeing a logical progression. Continental expects rapid adoption by OEs and fleet owners in the coming years.”
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