Cabin electronics provider Rosen Aviation is now accepting preorders for its full line of OLED displays. Rosen opened the order book a year after it formed a partnership with Japan-OLED (JOLED) on the display technology. The Eugene, Oregon-based company is also working with LG Displays to provide large-format panels.
Under its partnerships, Rosen can access OLED Basic Modules, enabling it to design aviation-grade products that are tailored specifically for business, VIP, and commercial aircraft cabins.
The new OLED product line includes ultra-thin and light displays ranging from 22 to 55 inches and featuring 4K ultra-high-definition (UHD) resolution, high dynamic range, and wide color gamut with nearly infinite contrast ratios. Rosen said it is developing applications leveraging OLED technology that has never before been used in aviation environments and added that it anticipated further announcements on these efforts in early 2022. In addition, its new product line includes 4K UHD LCD displays ranging from 24 to 43 inches.
"The entire team at Rosen was certainly excited to announce our partnership with JOLED late last year but seeing the end result 12 months later is somewhat surreal,” said Lee Clark, senior v-p of strategy at Rosen Aviation. “These OLED displays are so thin and lightweight and deliver…[a] picture quality that must be seen to be believed.”