Gauzy showcases the future of automotive glazing, collaborations with BMW, Brose
The Israeli nanotech startup displayed smart glass technologies that allow internal and external vehicle glass to be an active material
CTech | 10:39 29.09.2021
Israeli nanotech startup Gauzy revealed this month innovative applications for its active smart glass technologies being used by the likes of BMW, Brose, and Sekisui. Joined by industry-leading companies in its booth at the IAA Auto Show in Munich, including long time partner Vision Systems, and in collaboration with LG Display, and Texas Instruments, Gauzy showcased how its LCG (light control glass) smart glass technologies with PDLC (polymer dispersed liquid crystal) and SPD (suspended particle device) allows internal and external vehicle glass to be an active material that supports full shading and glare mitigation, temperature control, infotainment, advertising, vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-pedestrian messaging.