SID Display Week 2018
Los Angeles Convention Center
1201 South Figueroa Street
Los Angeles, California 90015
May 20th-25th 2018Exhibit Hall Hours:
May 22nd: 10:30 AM – 6:00 PM
May 23rd: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
May 24th: 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM
About Our Event
The exhibition is the premier showcase for global information display companies and researchers to unveil cutting-edge developments in display technology. More display innovations are introduced year after year at Display Week than at any other display event in the world. Display Week is where the world got its first look at technologies that have shaped the display industry into what it is today; that is, liquid crystal display (LCD) technology, plasma display panel (PDP) technology, organic light emitting diode (OLED) technology, and high definition TV, just to name a few. Display Week is also where emerging industry trends such as 3D, touch and interactivity, flexible and e-paper displays, solid state lighting, digital signage, and plastic electronics are brought to the forefront of the display industry.
At Booth #1329, Konica Minolta Sensing will exhibit its next generation in light measurement…
the CA-410. The enhanced accuracy of the XYZ filters, the CA-410 pushed its spectral sensitivity even closer to the color-matching functions of CIE 1931. The CA-410 is optimized for even better integration as a sensor with a motorized zero-point calibration shutter for automatic unmanned support and direct connection between probes and a computer for a more compact installation.
CA-410 for Display Calibration
The greater intensity and wider color gamut of OLED devices have created a need for a new level in measurement performance. The high accuracy of Konica Minolta’s CA Series Display Color Analyzers has become the standard within the display industry. Our customers have come to expect value and superior technology found in Konica Minolta’s analyzers.
CS-150 Luminance and Color Meter
The CS-150 (successor to the CS-100A) is a highly accurate tristimulus colorimeter equipped with newly designed sensors with spectral responses that more closely match the CIE 1931 color-matching functions representing the sensitivity of the human eye to provide measurement results that better correlate with visual evaluation.
CS-160 Luminance and Color Meter
The CS-160 is a lightweight, compact and battery powered luminance and tristimulus colorimeter for the measurement of a wide range of luminance conditions and non-contact measurement of color.
The CS-2000 is a polychromatortype spectroradiometer which can measure contrasts of 100,000:1 and features the world's top level capability to detect extremely low luminance levels of 0.003 cd/m².
Jay Catral started with Minolta’s Photographic Division in 1992. In 2002 he later transferred to, what was then, Minolta’s Instrument Systems Division as the Master Technician for the Service Department. Jay attended De La Salle University in Manila, Philippines majoring in Electronics Engineering with a minor in Communications. Currently, Jay serves as Technical Sales and Applications Manager for Canada, Texas and South Eastern United States.
Randy is a graduate of Rochester Institute of Technology's Imaging and Photographic Technology B.S. program with minor in Mathematics. He has held positions with the Department of Energy’s Laboratory for Laser Energetics, and GretagMacbeth GmbH. During his nine-year tenure at Konica Minolta Sensing Americas, Inc. he has held the position of Technical Support Manager, Project Manager, Midwestern Sales Manager for light measurement devices, and Northeast Regional Sales Manager. Currently he holds the position of Light and Display Sales Manager, serving North and South America with Konica Minolta Sensing Americas, Inc. He specializes in light and color measurement instrumentation and software technologies applicable to a broad scope of industrial and scientific use and applies this expertise to solve problems faced by industry and research alike.
Mitch majored in Applied Optics at Hokkaido University in Japan. His career includes interferometric metrologies and photolithography metrologies. After many years as an experienced Technical Sales Director in semiconductor equipment companies, he joined Konica Minolta Sensing Americas as a Business Development Manager, and is presently responsible for sales in the Pacific Coast region in the United States.