Thin-film transistor display

  • 05-Jan-2010 10:18 EST
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Fujitsu Microelectronics America’s MB86R01 system-on-chip graphics display controller has been designed into a new virtual display system developed and manufactured by Visteon for the 2010 Land Rover Range Rover. The reconfigurable 12.3-in full-color thin-film transistor display called Jade integrates multiple functions and operating modes to present on-demand driver information via virtual gauges, graphical displays, and a message center. It replaces the Range Rover's conventional instrument cluster design. Using the advanced graphics interface provided by the MB86R01, the reconfigurable cluster presents information to the driver while helping reduce driver distraction. The Range Rover “virtual cluster” is the first production program launched from Visteon’s reconfigurable cluster platform and the latest in its range of clusters with graphic displays. The MB86R01 Jade incorporates hardware and software scalability and support for third-party software systems and tools.

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