HUD (Head-Up Display) projects necessary information onto the windshield, greatly improving instantaneous legibility compared to conventional displays behind the steering wheel.
SEKISUI S-Lec B.V. cooperates with partners in automotive and projector technology to continuously improve the brightness of the images, and therefor the safety while driving so you can lead your way.
Unique Multi-layer Technology
With our Wedged angle control PVB we combine technology for Head-Up Displays with sound insulation and solar insulation interlayer film, SEKISUI S-LEC™ Sound and Solar Film – W.
In addition we can add a tinted layer which brings the total to 5 layers combined in one PVB interlayer film for smooth handling and optimal end result. Unique in the world of interlayer films.
Customized design for electrical vehicles
In close cooperation with a leading producer of electric vehicles we developed unique S-LEC™ PVB Film with natural gradient shading, applied in the roof and front/rear window of 2 recent models. The gradual transition from transparent to tinted glazing perfectly fits the modern design of the electrical vehicles.
European Research Centre at Brightlands Chemelot Campus
In 2017 SEKISUI S-Lec B.V. established its European Research Center (ERC) at Brightlands Chemelot Campus in Sittard-Geleen (the Netherlands). This landmarks a substantial boost for our technology evolution, product development, and global business in interlayer film for laminated glass, through the fusion of resources from SEKISUI and Brightlands.
Wedge-shaped S-LEC™ Film enables immediate clear performance of Head-Up Display. The appearance of double images, and the so-called ‘ghosting effect’, belong to the past.
As sole PVB provider we combine technology for Head-Up Displays with noise control and solar insulation into one interlayer film: SEKISUI S-LEC™ Sound and Solar Film – W.
Head-Up Display (HUD) systems, combined with laminated glazing with Wedge-shaped S-LEC™ Film, clearly project necessary information onto the windshield and allow the driver to keep focus on the road.