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Seoul Semiconductor to Launch WICOP TE for Headlamps

Seoul Semiconductor Co., Ltd., a leading global innovator of LED products and technology with continued research and development in compound semiconductors for over 30 years, has recently...

Enhancing ROAD SAFETY

PixCell LED is a new automotive LED module – optimized for intelligent headlights, such as Adaptive Driving Beam (ADB) systems. ADB headlamps powered by Samsung’s PixCell LEDs...

HELLA rolls out new technology for passenger cars

With the introduction of the 77GHz radar sensors, now Hella – one of the world's largest suppliers of radar sensors – is further expanding its leading position...

Dynamic Appearance unveils efficient LED assemblies and forward Lights

Dynamic Appearance unveils high-efficiency, premium LED forward lights and LED assemblies for all types of vehicles. These bulbs produce powerful radiant light that cuts through darkness to...

Samsung launches PixCell LED

Samsung Electronics, advanced digital component solutions, unveils PixCell LED, a new automotive LED module optimized for intelligent headlights, such as adaptive driving beam (ADB) systems. ADB headlamps...

HELLA provides Bronco Sport SUV a heritage look

Ford Motor Company, a North American automaker and its new outdoor off-road Built Wild Bronco brand are reintroducing the brand’s iconic Bronco 2-door after a 25-year break...

Philips ‘Ultinon Essential gen2’ homologated for all car models in Korea

First-ever LED headlamp from a global brand certified road-legal in a domestic market…

Clear view for autonomous cars

A special chip design from Osram reduces the wavelength shift to just ten nanometers, enabling much clearer and sharper images of the surroundings.

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