A new flat-panel display technology called microLED, often referred to as micro-LED, mLED, or LED, uses arrays of microscopic LEDs to create each individual pixel. By actively driving a Automotive fully integrated micro-LED array with a complementary metal-oxide semiconductor, Hongxing Jiang, Jingyu Lin, and his colleagues at Texas Tech University and III-N Technologies, Inc.
were able to create the first high-resolution and video-capable InGaN microLED microdisplay in VGA format in 2009. MicroLED displays provide superior contrast, response times, and energy economy than the widely used LCD technology.
When compared to traditional LCD displays, microLED has far lower energy consumption and provides high contrast ratio and pixel-level light control. MicroLEDs have a longer lifespan than OLEDs due to their inorganic makeup, and they can display brighter images with little risk of screen burn-in.
With more images, more pixels per image, more frames per second, and a quick response time required for 3D/AR/VR displays, LED offers a significant edge over other display technologies.
GLOBAL AUTOMOTIVE FULLY INTEGRATED MICRO-LED MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST
The Global Automotive fully integrated micro-LED market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
NEW PRODUCT LAUNCH
The combined development of a high-definition light engine with more than 16,000 Automotive fully integrated micro-LED for headlight applications was disclosed by Nichia Corporation and Infineon Technologies AG. The first fully integrated micro-LED light engine for HD adaptive driving beam applications is now being released by both businesses.
The new HD light engine makes use of Nichia’s micro-LED technology and an integrated LED driver IC from Infineon that can individually manage each of the 16,384 micro-LEDs. The driver IC also provides on-chip temperature monitoring for efficient thermal control and separately monitors each micro-LED.
High-speed transmission of the video signal from the light pattern generator unit is made possible by integrated video interfaces. Infineon’s driver IC, in contrast to existing HD matrix solutions, only activates the LEDs that are actually required for a light pattern.
As a result, the PLS light engine’s energy efficiency is significantly increased at a considerably smaller form factor than micro-mirror-based HD matrix alternatives now on the market.
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