LOPEC - Printed electronics in the automotive and aviation industries
Printed electronics applications are already gaining ground in the automotive and aviation industries. For example, first aircrafts have been equipped with electrochromic windows on board. Their translucency can be adjusted from transparent to jet-black right from the passenger's seat to suit their requirements. This also eliminates the need for blinds which saves weight – a major factor in aviation. Auto-dimming rearview mirrors in cars provide more safety in the dark. The voltage signal required for the dimming is triggered by a sensor which measures the brightness in front of and behind the mirror. If the difference is too big, the system generates a voltage signal – the mirror dims automatically. Would you like to find out more? We have summarized the highlights from the area of mobility in a short explanatory video!
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