WPG Americas' Tom Muldowney discusses our Embedded Solutions, including market trends and how to make the technology work for you, in this video.
The WPG Americas Embedded Solutions Group focuses on the design, value-add and integration of products to support the embedded display market. We are proud to partner with the world’s leading companies in display technologies and peripheral products.
From real-time public information displays to highlighting sales promotions and ongoing events, video walls are enhancing information delivery to an extent never seen before; this delivery plays a key role in the engagement between customers and brands.
Tianma America, Inc. — a worldwide leader in premium quality small to medium size LCD, and AMOLED displays — has unveiled its new wide-format 11.3-inch LCD module with wide color gamut and a narrow frame.
Drones come in many sizes and designs for special purposes. Next-generation drones may not just resemble flying insects: they may be an actual robotic insect, remotely controlled by a long-distance operator via electronic signals.
Samsung PID is at the forefront of this digitally immersive environments in high-traffic areas, opening a world of opportunity for companies to communicate effectively with the public. Download your copy of the WPG Americas eBook now!
Tianma NLT USA, a leading provider of small to medium display solutions, introduces the new thin, lightweight 15” LCD module with XGA resolution for industrial applications. Prototype to be shown at Display Week 2017 May 23-25th in the Tianma booth, #1005
As part of an ongoing effort to strengthen its global brand and position as a leading LCD and display solution supplier, Tianma Microelectronics Co., Ltd., Shenzhen, China, has initiated efforts to standardize company names and logos.
Newhaven Display International, a global leader in high-quality OLED, LCD, and VFD Displays, unveiled their new display product line with three 7” BeagleBone Capes, which when paired with a BeagleBone Black board, facilitate streamlined touch development.
What happens to Sharp's Memory LCD when its put to the test in cold temperatures? Chris Frank and Todd Stonewall of Sharp demonstrate just that when the Memory LCD goes head-to-head with a bi-stable display in the following video; check it out!