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GIS presenting latest touch displays

Siu Han, Taipei; Ines Lin, DIGITIMES 0

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Touch display supplier General Interface Solution (GIS) is showcasing its latest transparent and curved LED screens at Touch Taiwan 2022, along with under-display fingerprint sensors and 3D image sensors for multi-sector applications.

The three-day expo is taking place at Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center until April 29.

GIS presents what it says is the world's first 121-inch transparent and curved LED screen with interactive options, as well as a 55-inch OLED transparent touch display. Its other exhibits include hovering touch, AR head-up displays (HUDs), under-display fingerprint sensors, 3D image sensors, and car-grade curved screens.

GIS has devoted more efforts to developing products for automotive applications. Its AR HUDs can present real-time driving data generated by AI computing to improve road safety.

For smart cars, it has produced electronic dashboards, central information control systems, in-vehicle infotainment systems for front passengers, electronic rear-view mirrors, A-pillar blind spot displays, and control panels with in-mold electronics.

With its high-end ultrasonic under-display fingerprint sensors, GIS has become a supplier of a major Korean phone maker.

Industry sources said the company will mass-produce and ship capacitive fingerprint sensor modules in the second half of 2022, cutting into the supply chain of American handset makers.

For the emerging Internet of Things (IoT), the company has developed smart door keys using ultrasonic and optical sensing technologies. Users of ultrasonic keys can open metal or glass locks with fingerprints, while optical keys can be used to unlock glass materials of 2mm or more in thickness.

Its 3D image sensors can be applied in various sectors, including smart cars, healthcare, entertainment, and retailing. For example, its 3D human flow detection can help with evacuation, the company said.

Earlier this month, GIS has reported robust revenue growth in March, saying the growth was driven by notebook and tablet shipments.

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