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OPTIS Webinar: Take the Lead on the HUD Revolution in Automotive

Involved in Augmented Reality development? Discover OPTIS virtual prototyping solution dedicated to the development of automotive Head-Up Displays.

Head Up Displays will certainly become fundamental in the coming years. Firstly because they are a major safety feature and above all, by inspiring driver’s confidence, they are essential to ease the adoption of Autonomous Driving.

As a new feature, HUDs, in particular Augmented Reality ones, require innovation in the design and optimization, with specific attention to Perceived Quality, as the image is permanently in the line of sight of the driver. Not to mention that you still have to face the traditional constraints of the automotive industry, from frequent design changes to cross-department collaboration.

OPTIS’ dedicated HUD Solution supports you during the virtual prototyping of your HUDs from entry to high-end models. From optical design, through analysis to dynamic visualization, discover how its unique simulation capabilities and ease of use support rapid HUD design iterations, automatic optimization and delivery according to your specifications and Perceived Quality targets.

Join our webinar and discover how to test and validate the HUD of your future vehicles with OPTIS Physics Based Simulation solution.

Webinar speakers:

Cedric BellangerCedric Bellanger

Product Marketing Manager
OPTIS

Ludovic ManillierLudovic Manillier

Business Development – Augmented Reality / HUD
OPTIS

Webinar time and date:

The webinar will be held 2 times on June 12th to give you the chance to join us when it suits you most.

June 12th, 2018 – 10 to 10:30 AM CEST

June 12th, 2018 – 5 to 5:30 PM CEST

Find out more about OPTIS' dedicated HUD solution:

Lite-On Technology Success Story: Lite-On accelerates the development process of HUD products with SPEOS.

OPTIS and EB combine their expertise in automotive solutions to provide a unique, commercial off-the-shelf solution that can be used by carmakers to develop and assess sensor fusion and augmented reality content.

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