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Gentex

 

(Generalized Teletype Exchange Service), an international telegraph net of general use, which is equipped with automatic commutative telegraph stations with direct connections. The Moscow telegraph station, which is part of GENTEX, is connected with similar stations in a number of European socialist countries by international communication channels. Other telegraph stations in the USSR are connected with GENTEX stations by dialing their numbers through the Moscow station.

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Gentex is a supplier of digital vision, connected car, and dimmable glass technologies for the global automotive industry.
Caption: Biometrics firm Fingerprint and Gentex, which makes automatic dimming rearview mirrors and other hardware for the automotive and aviation industries, have teamed up to give mirrors the intelligence to scan irises.
Gentex said in July the integration process was seen to take between 12 to 18 months.
NHTSA's initiatives are even affecting the automotive supply base, including Gentex Corporation, a supplier of "smart" rearview mirrors that control glare and house other electronic features, including displays.
Gentex Corporation - which produces auto-dimming rear view mirrors which eliminate rear view mirror glare - has moved its UK hub to the University of Warwick Science Park's Business Innovation Centre.
Other systems of vehicle detection have been proposed and discussed but none are yet used in massive serial production of vehicles (Alcantarilla et al., 2008.; Chen et al., 2006.; Gentex corporation; Lexus corporation).
23 -- Gentex manufacturer of automatic-dimming rearview mirrors and camera-based active-safety systems for the automotive industry, commercial fire protection products and dimmable aircraft windows, has announced auto-dimming mirrors with advanced electronic features, including the SmartBeam High-Beam Headlamp Assist system, for the 2011 BMW X3 sports activity vehicle (SAV).
Summary: Gentex Corporation (NASDAQ: GNTX), the Zeeland, Michigan-based manufacturer of automatic-dimming rearview mirrors and camera-based active-safety systems for the automotive industry, commercial fire protection products and dimmable aircraft windows, has announced that it is shipping interior auto-dimming rearview mirrors for the new CitroEaA1/2n C4, a small family car, and the stylish DS4 high-riding coupe, produced by French automaker PSA Peugeot CitroEaA1/2n.
The new dual-panel version of Alteos Interactive Window Systems, which use Gentex Corp (NASDAQ:GNTX) electrochromic technology, is able to shut out more light than the standard systems to meet general-aviation interest.
My old Gentex 1030A Wolf Ears let me hear tiny sounds that perfect, unassisted human hearing would miss.
Light detection specialists Gentex are on the cusp of creating a SmartBeam system which will banish blinding night time glare forever.