Archives of Past Exhibits: Stanley Electric
Sensor integrated headlight-Utilizes time-of-flight sensor to determine the distance of objects from the headlight.
Tokyo Motor Show 2017
Stress free HMI-When needed, necessary switches float in the air, make it possible to quick operation.
CEATEC JAPAN 2016
Tokyo Motor Show 2015
Laser headlamp-High beam: 4 pcs. of laser Low beam: 4 pcs. of laser -Contributes to downsizing of unit. -Realized 1.5 times longer distance sight vs LED headlamp. -Under development
Adaptive driving beam headlamp (ADB)-Using 300pcs of LEDs -Realized light distribution by making OFF of LEDs which are located where the driver doesn't want to light by high beam. -Under development
Ceatec Japan 2015
Signal lamp projection (First-time exhibit)-Under development -The system projects light images on the road surface to let pedestrians and other drivers predict the vehicle's next move easily
LED for automotive interior-Compact and high brightness LEDs offer new lighting designs for instrument panels: “Black out” and “Smoke panel”
PBTLCD for HUD system-Offers high contrast, monochrome segment display using Pure Black Technology (PBT)
Ceatec Japan 2014
Adaptive driving beam-Glare-free high beam headlight using LED array -Mazda exhibited its adaptive LED headlight at CEATEC. ( image , image ) It is estimated that Mazda's component is the same as Stanley's.
MEMS scanner device-MEMS scanning mirror reflects laser light from diodes and project the image. It can be used for HUD and projector applications.
Tokyo Motor Show 2013
Motion HMI for center display-Motion of the hand is detected and input by means of TOF sensor -Intuitive operation is possible by touch sensor of the hemisphere surface where a palm fits