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New 10.4" XGA NVIS Dual Mode AMLCD

Oct 24, 2013

Cevians is pleased to announce the release of its latest 10.4” XGA Ruggedized AMLCD Display Module

NVISable F-Series: Revolutionizing NVIS Backlighting

May 10, 2013

Cevians Launches NVISable F-Series NVIS LED

Cevians Partners with Kyocera to Provide High Performance Custom AMLCDs

May 02, 2013

Cevians Announces Strategic Collaboration with Kyocera Ceramics Corporation Display Division for the Supply of High-Performance AMLCDs for the Aerospace and High-Reliability Industries Collaboration Combines Strengths to Benefit North American Market

Cevians to Deliver New Series of High Resolution Rugged Diplays to Curtiss Wright

Apr 11, 2013

Cevians Announces Agreement with Curtiss-Wright Controls to Supply High-Performance AMLCDs and NVIS Technology for Curtiss-Wright’s New Family of Display Units.

New Wamco Displays Website Launched

May 22, 2012

We are pleased to announce the launch of our new website for Wamco Displays. A dedicated web area has been created in order to focus on our development of custom, ruggedized AMLCD modules. The site will provide you with continued information on new technologies, new products, and key events.

Wamco increases focus by offering its LCD capabilities to the industry under a distinct business unit

Apr 02, 2012

Wamco is pleased to reveal its plan to increase focus on its LCD product line under a new business unit. This decision has led to the launch of Wamco Displays, which will be solely dedicated to serving new and existing customers that require high reliability ruggedized AMLCD modules, using standard or custom LCD cells.

Wamco Celebrates the 30 Year Anniversary of the First Night Vision Filter

Mar 16, 2012

It all started 30 years ago. Following years of development and testing, the night vision goggles were finally being used in airborne missions. It was the start of an amazing technology shift that would ultimately reshape military thinking. “Owning the night” was quickly becoming the new catch phrase, as missions could now run 24/7.

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