White LEDs among customer-driven innovations
Posted: 24 September 2014 | | No comments yet
The very latest LED and TFT passenger information displays by Infotec, the leading supplier to the UK rail industry, feature on the company’s stand (Hall 4.1, stand 409) at Innotrans 2014…
The very latest LED and TFT passenger information displays by Infotec, the leading supplier to the UK rail industry, feature on the company’s stand (Hall 4.1, stand 409) at Innotrans 2014.
Showcased in a set-up reminiscent of a London Underground station, products being demonstrated include station, retail and on-vehicle displays as well as Infotec’s AIM ( Advanced Information Management) system.
Established over 21 years ago, award-winning Infotec’s new products are the culmination of years of research and development and of working to meet customer demands.
The award-winning company’s newly launched TFT range of high definition displays features the Infotec in-house designed Tetrus control engine. Tetrus is a state-of-the-art controller based on the famous ARM processor. Running a Linux or Android operating system, the displays are available in a range of sizes in both fully ruggedized (TR) and semi-ruggedized (TS) enclosures.
Our LED products have also moved forwards. Infotec is constantly evaluating, improving and delivering the best and most reliable displays. A new customer-driven development has been to investigate white LEDs to create added impact and an example can be seen on our stand.
Infotec’s Managing Director Tim Court, our UK Rail Sales Manager Nigel Hewson and our Production Planning & Purchasing Manager Matt Ward are on the Innotrans stand throughout the event.
Tim Court says: “Infotec continues to invest and develop products and services to meet the needs of a 21st century market and we are delighted to demonstrate this at Innotrans 2014.
“We enjoy welcoming visitors to our stand where we are demonstrating and talking about our new products and discussing how they and others in our extensive portfolio can meet and exceed client expectations.”