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Lumineq Displays News February 2018

on Wednesday, 28 February 2018. Posted in News

Lumineq Displays News February 2018

Lumineq Features Displays for extreme conditions, the magic of their "disappearing screens", A great example of the longevity andreliability of their thin film electroluminescent (TFEL) displays, and their military industrial participation.

Keeping displays running, no matter what the conditions

-60 degrees Celsius, humidity, vibration, shock and altitude. When we talk about Displays for extreme conditions, what do "extreme conditions" really mean? We interviewed Joe Pimenoff, Head of Application Development at Beneq's LumineqDisplays, about the extreme conditions where Lumineq displays are used. Read the interview

Transparent displays on display

Seeing is believing, and only witnessing the transparent Lumineq displays in real life will make you truly appreciate the clarity and transparency of Lumineq displays. These displays really disappear when they are switched off! For those who haven’t seen the magic of transparency live yet, we have also published several videos. See the videos

Arrivals and departures

A great example of the longevity and reliability of our Lumineq® thin film electroluminescent (TFEL) displays takes us to the Helsinki-Vantaa International Airport in Finland. The departures and arrivals screen at the Helsinki airport was in use for over 20 years without failure. Read the full story

Military Industrial Participation and Lumineq Displays

The Finnish Defence Forces have initiated the HX Fighter Program, with the goal to replace the existing Finnish Air Force Boeing F/A-18 Hornet aircraft fleet by 2025. A request for Information (RFI) was sent to the governments of the UK, France, Sweden, and the USA, who in turn forwarded the RFI to their own military aviation industries.Read more

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