Take the lead on the HUD revolution: windshield as a key optical element

October 1st, 2018 | Automotive

Webinar HUD

Involved in Augmented Reality development? Discover ANSYS OPTIS virtual prototyping solution dedicated to the development of automotive Head-Up Displays, with a focus on the windshield, as it is a key optical element of the HUD system.

 

Since their introduction, car windshields have evolved according to the design trends, with the sole requirement of guaranteeing safety. Today’s windshields are a key optical element for HUD systems. Any critical issue requires costly retrofit and, if not detected, is highly damageable for the safety and the Perceived Quality.

 

With ANSYS OPTIS’ virtual prototyping solution, qualify and evaluate different design options early in the development process.

 

By evaluating the optical quality of the image on your virtual prototype, you are able to make the right decision, whether you are the windshield or the car manufacturer.

 

Discover how to deal with the ghost image, one of the critical issues in HUD design. Learn how to measure and experience it from a driver point of view. Assess different design options and see what are the effects of the polarization on the driver’s perception. Finally, as the HUD system is sensitive to assembly variations, discover their impact, typically on the Perceived Quality.

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS   

 

Sebastien Abram | Product Manager HUD

Sebastien is graduated from the Institut d'Optique Graduate School where he studied physically realistic rendering and real time rendering. He joined ANSYS OPTIS in 2015 as a product engineer in the HUD team and he took the Product Management role in 2017.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cedric Bellanger | Product Marketing Manager

Engineer and communicator, Cédric is an industry maverick who has worked successfully in the worlds of PLM, luxury goods, motorcycles, light simulation and VR design. His current focus is understanding the needs of industries for virtual prototyping and spreading the value proposition of ANSYS OPTIS.