electronic display

electronic display

[i‚lek′trän·ik di′splā]
(electronics)
An electronic component used to convert electric signals into visual imagery in real time suitable for direct interpretation by a human operator.
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Fact.MR has announced the addition of the "Electronic Display Signs Market Forecast, Trend Analysis & Competition Tracking - Global Review 2018 to 2028"report to their offering.
We made our way to the bus stop on Heol Llanishen Fach, by the stream, arriving there about 10 minutes before the scheduled arrival of the 23 bus at 18.50 (confirmed by the printed timetable and the overhead electronic display).
Densitron is an electronic display solution provider employing 59 staff in seven countries.
The model features cruise control, ABS, LED headlamps, a large analogue clock for speed and rpm, an electronic display for other functions, a custom paint job, ample chrome accents and a bigger music system with more than six speakers.
Pricer AB (STO:PRICB), a provide of electronic display and Electronic Shelf Label (ESL) platform, solutions, and services to the retail industry, announced on Wednesday that it opened a new office in Dusseldorf, German on 1 February 2015.
Display Week is an event where innovations in electronic display technology were showcased for the first time for the world to have a "first-look."
Pricer provides electronic display and Electronic Shelf Label (ESL) platform, solutions and services for the retail industry.
The guidelines include: No billboard or electronic display shall be allowed within 50 meters of the outermost portion of all interchanges or right-of-way of all underpasses, bridges, station/terminal/inter-modal/multi-modal structures.
Researchers at UCLA this week, however, reported a breakthrough in light-emitting electronic display technology that one day could enable transparent OLED displays that can be folded, stretched and bent.
Gundersheim, Germany, August 08, 2013 --(PR.com)-- German-based company i-sft GmbH has just announced that it will offer various designs for individual electronic display units without any non-recurring costs for development.
A timer and electronic display board, paid for by a $25,000 donation by BMO Bank of Montreal, will allow competitive swim meets.

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