Yesterday we heard about Samsung’s plans for their new DRVLINE self driving technology. We also heard some details about Samsung’s Digital Cockpit. Samsung developed the digital cockpit with HARMAN who is now part of Samsung.
The digital cockpit is made up of a number of OLED and QLED displays it also comes with a number of different buttons than can be individually configured to display different content. The new cockpit will make use of 5G technology and also Samsung’s IoT platform. Have a look at the video below. Samsung’s Digital Cockpit is made up of three displays and three knobs that can be customized to show different content.
In front of the driver there is a Cluster Display which shows all of the information a normal speedometer would, it also shows a lot more information, this is made up of a 12.3 inch OLED display. In the center of the cockpit is a 28 inch QLED display that Samsung calls the CID or Central Information Display. The third display is a 12.4 inch curved OLED display that is used to control things like air condition and more.
The three control knobs all feature a circular display, Samsung says this is a similar display to the ones used in their Samsung Gear S smartwatch. The knobs can be customized for different functions and also to display different content. You can find out more details about Samsung’s Digital Cockpit at the link below.