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    Innovation Week: Towards new display technologies

    Innovation Week: Towards new display technologies

    Renault has made innovation one of the main levers of its Renault 2016 – Drive the Change strategic plan, with a clear target: to introduce more than 15 innovations a year to the range from 2014. Throughout this week devoted to innovation, Declic is introducing you to some original ideas based on two strategic priorities for 2014:

    - going further still in cutting CO2 emissions and fuel consumption
    - devising new ways to improve travelling comfort and well-being.
    Today Déclic presents two display technologies that will make life easier for vehicle occupants and keep them connected to their surroundings, while also protecting their security.

    Don’t take your eyes off the road for more than 1.5-2 seconds: that’s one of the basic safety rules for drivers. All the controls and display units in a car’s cockpit are designed with that recommendation in mind, and the technologies used must contribute to making them more intuitive and easy to operate. Let’s take a closer look at two technologies developed by Renault: a head-up display system and a broad-format (8.7-inch) capacitive central screen.

    Display technologies: Colour head-up display on semi-transparent mirror and 8.7″ central capacitive touch screen.

    The head-up display system is a technology used in aeronautics that enables drivers to see data superimposed on the road ahead so they do not have to shift their gaze too much. In the version developed by Renault, the data is projected onto the top of the dashboard on a transparent panel. This system, which enables the driver to see the information as if it was on the road, features a small, very high-resolution (298 DPI) colour screen. The screen contents are reflected by a mirror, then projected onto the transparent panel. The entire system was designed to be compact and of excellent perceived quality.
    By the end of the decade, experts believe this kind of display could be used in conjunction with 3D viewing or augmented reality to make even more effective the display of information connected with Advanced Driver Assistance Systems such as avoiding pedestrians, detecting lane departure and intelligent distance adjustment.

    The second technology developed by Renault is the central screen, an 8.7-inch capacitive touch screen. What is a touch screen? It is a screen equipped with a sensor known as a touch panel – an extra layer added to an existing screen. Such panels can be divided into two main categories: resistive panels and capacitive panels. Resistive panels can detect contact when a user applies pressure with a finger or stylus, whereas capacitive panels only sense when several fingers are in contact with the screen. R-Link and MediaNav use resistive panels with advanced functions.

    What is innovative about the central screen is both its broad format, which means it can display many functions and controls that are more often represented by physical objects, and even more important, its capacitive touch panel technology.
    This new capacitive central screen was developed to comply with specific automotive constraints, enabling drivers to benefit in their vehicles from the touch screen quality and functions that have become practically the norm on smartphones and tablets.

    The use of these two new display technologies will help to enhance drivers’ and passengers’ serenity and well-being, which are key elements in Renault’s brand identity.

    A recent independent survey conducted by British consultants SDB rated the R-Link system as the best of seven navigation and infotainment systems. The survey said R-LINK was the “most user-friendly”. The other systems, most of which had more functions, proved to be too complicated, according to a panel of testers that included both consumers and experts.

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