Pimenoff Joe


Transparent thin film electroluminescent displays offer more than 80% transparency in the visible range, i.e., window-like transparency. They can be applied as stand-alone displays, or HUDs, but also as in-glass or on-glass laminated displays. In-glass lamination comprises laminating a display, e.g., between two larger panes of glass, thus creating a glazing unit with a transparent display integrated into it. This glazing unit can be the windshield of a work vehicle or coach, the bridge window or cabin porthole of a vessel and the window of many more applications.

In-glass laminated transparent displays offer a unique entry point to display design, the human-machine-interface and product differentiation. The design can be customized in terms of shape, size and content. The HMI is substantially enhanced by adding display content to the line-of-sight, without jeopardizing situational awareness of, e.g., a vehicle driver or crane operator. In other words, critical data can be brought to the attention of an operator, without the operator losing visual contact with what he is doing. This is easily seen as a safety feature, which gives the innovation an even stronger role in decisions of implementation.

  • Company:Beneq
  • Short Bio:Joe Pimenoff has been at Beneq for ten years. Having worked in aerosol-based thin film coating, occupational safety and health, and group marketing on a global basis, Mr Pimenoff has now shifted towards the technical development of Lumineq displays. Today, Mr Pimenoff is responsible for application development at Lumineq Displays. His main task is development and launch of In-Glass Laminated Transparent Electroluminescent Displays (“In-Glass TASEL”).
Go back