Visteon will feature vehicle cockpit electronic products designed to transform the entire experience.
The Visteon Corporation has been demonstrating technology at the CES for the past 17 years. Visteon has one of the longest-running participation levels at CES.
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Visteon will also come to CES 2016 to deliver vehicle cockpit technology. The technology will allegedly transform the entire experience related with vehicle cockpits. The technology products will give off a rich, connected driving experience at CES 2016.
The Visteon showcase will consist of interactive displays and vehicles. The exhibit will showcase the latest technology in instrument clusters and head-up displays.
Visteon will also feature innovation in infotainment, audio and connectivity systems in vehicles. The Visteon display at CES will take place in the Central Plaza at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Visteon is a technology company focused on vehicle cockpit electronics. Visteon will display its expertise in providing automakers with a full range of products. A segment on research has also been scheduled. The research will show Visteon focus on customer satisfaction majorly.
Sachin Lawande is the President and CEO of Visteon. According to Lawande the CES platform is ideal for Visteon, as it is transforming the cockpit electronics experience.
Visteon will demonstrate how we are applying software and new technology to their products. Gesture support and facial identification tech is applied to the drivers and passengers experience. Curved and organic light-emitting diode (OLED) displays are also inserted in cockpits by Visteon.
"CES is an ideal venue to showcase how Visteon is transforming the cockpit electronics experience," said President and CEO Sachin Lawande.
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"We will demonstrate how we are applying software and new technology – from gesture support and facial identification to curved and organic light-emitting diode (OLED) displays – to change how drivers and passengers interact with information and entertainment more safely, securely and enjoyably."