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12 October 2018 Blog post

Beneq's Lumineq® transparent displays, enabled by atomic layer deposition (ALD), are the world’s most transparent and reliable displays.

Earlier this Spring, we introduced the unique Lumineq ELT160.60.100-07NC matrix display, which serves as a transparent display in window laminates in, for example, vehicular windshields and windscreens. Being a matrix display, the ELT160.60.100 is capable of showing arbitrary information.

11 October 2018 Blog post

Extreme conditions place extreme demands on displays - they need to be relied on for instant-on performance capabilities no matter what the conditions. 

From the intense heat of the desert, to the ice-cold winds of the Arctic, to tropical storms, our rugged Lumineq® TFEL displays have been tried and tested in some of the roughest and most extreme conditions.

17 September 2018 Blog post

Vision Systems, a supplier of solutions for the aeronautic, land transport and marine markets, is presenting its innovative dimmable window and onboard entertainment system at InnoTrans 2018 in Berlin this week.

The highly sophisticated Vision Systems dimmable window incorporates multiple technologies, including the latest Lumineq® Displays technology; the ELT160.60.100-07NC display and Lumineq Touch technology.

Drop by the Vision Systems stand 225 (Hall 1.1) at InnoTrans 2018, and see this latest innovation in transportation design!

6 July 2018 Blog post

Beneq's Lumineq® transparent displays, enabled by atomic layer deposition (ALD), are the world’s most transparent and reliable displays. Lumineq transparent displays are used in applications where fully transparent display properties are required.

13 June 2018 Blog post

Lumineq® Displays distributors gathered together in Espoo, Finland to share knowledge and news, and to discuss the strengthened global presence of the company.

29 May 2018 Blog post

The  Lumineq®  ELT160.60.100-07NC display (a.k.a. the “.100”) is a transparent thin film electroluminescent matrix TASEL® display without a cover glass (=NC) made for transparent TFEL technology with a substrate thickness of 0.7 mm. Its primary purpose is to serve as a transparent display in window laminates, e.g. windshields.

22 May 2018 Blog post

With Lumineq® transparent electroluminescent (TASEL®) displays, you can now design lens systems that bring digital information directly in the users’ line of sight. You have the luxury of designing binoculars and other optical devices that incorporate micro displays in the lens systems, and you don’t have to compromise on transparency or durability.

29 March 2018 Blog post

Our latest Lumineq® transparent matrix display is designed for easy in-glass display prototyping.

28 March 2018 Blog post

The side of a car is the perfect place to show service information and car diagnostics that the driver would like to see when stopping at a service station, but integrating a display in an ergonomic position has been challenging. Lumineq displays now allow you to put aside those challenges.

20 February 2018 Blog post

See exactly how transparent the most transparent displays in the world are!

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