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SID Vehicle Displays and Interfaces 2020 – 27th Annual Symposium


Vehicle Displays Detroit Virtual
27th Annual Symposium & Expo.

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Date:

October 14th – 15th 2020 Live Chat!

With Extended Access thru February 15th 2021

Exhibit Hall Hours:

9:00am – 5:00pm EDT

About Our Event


Join hundreds of the industry’s brightest engineers, scientists, and designers from the display, HMI, photonics, vehicle systems, academic and automotive OEM communities at the 27th annual symposium of Vehicle Displays Detroit Virtual Expo 2020.

Konica Minolta Sensing will be highlighting its latest progressive probes now made available to more various types of modern display technologies.  Used with our highly recognized Display Color Analyzer CA-410, these new progressive probes are designed particularly for AR/VR micro-display and curved OLED display applications for luminance, chromaticity, and flicker (in JEITA, VESA and FMA). These new small spot probes measure ⌀2.1mm, ⌀4mm and viewing angle characteristics with our ⌀10mm long-working distance probe.

Additionally, we will promote our CS-2000A with special attachment used for measuring spectral data to evaluate AR/VR applications.

Visit us at our virtual booth anytime between October 14th-October 15th and have a live video chat with our experienced sales and engineers to see how we can best fulfill your needs.

Follow these easy steps:

  1. Register at SID Vehicle Display now (paid registration must exist before attending booth visits)
  2. Visit our booth between October 14th-15th and chat with our team!
  3. Not available October dates? No worries once you are registered you will have access to view all presentations on-demand as often as you like until February 15th

Featured Products


CA-410 Display Color Analyzer

CA-410 Display Color Analyzer

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-2000A Spectroradiometer

CS-2000A Spectroradiometer

The CS-2000A is a highly accurate spectroradiometer with the ability to measure ultra low luminances, as low as 0.0005 cd/m², and contrast levels of 1,000,000:1.

CS-150 Luminance and Color Meter

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

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.

CAS 140D Array Spectroradiometer

CAS 140D Array Spectroradiometer

The CAS 140D represents the fourth generation of the worldwide extremely successful series of high-end array spectrometers from Instrument Systems.

LumiTop 2700 / LumiTop 4000

LumiTop 2700 / LumiTop 4000

The LumiTop-Series combines the accuracy of Instrument Systems’ well-known spectroradiometers CAS-Series with the obvious advantages of imaging colorimetry.

LumiCam 2400 - Outstanding accuracy

LumiCam 2400 – Outstanding accuracy, optimized for automotive display tests

As an imaging measurement system, the LumiCam 2400 captures the luminance and color distributions of screens or multifunction displays within seconds. It provides 5-megapixel images which present the spatially resolved measured values coded for luminance and chromaticity. The LumiCam 2400 models are perfect for versatile automotive test applications, e.g. measurement of luminance and color distributions of displays and control elements or uniformity analysis of flat panel display screens in car interiors.

Booth Staff


Randy Klimek

Randy Klimek

Sales Manager (Radiometric and Instrument Systems), Konica Minolta Sensing Americas, Inc.

Randy is a graduate of Rochester Institute of Technology’s Imaging and Photographic Technology B.S. program with a minor in Mathematics. He has held positions with the Department of Energy’s Laboratory for Laser Energetics, and GretagMacbeth. During his tenure at KMSA, he has held the positions of Technical Support Manager, Project Manager, Application Engineering Manager, Midwestern Sales Manager, Northeast Sales Manager, and currently oversees all sales of light and display instrumentation within North and South America. Randy 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.

Mark Lyon

Mark Lyon

Regional Sales Manager (Midwest, Radiometrics), Konica Minolta Sensing Americas, Inc.

Mark has an advanced knowledge of KMSA products, supporting a subset of the company’s light, display and former 3D shape product lines. In his current role, Mark has a strong foothold in the automotive industry supporting major manufacturer requirements for world class light measurement solutions.

Kevin Lange

Kevin Lange

Applications Engineer, Konica Minolta Sensing Americas, Inc.

Kevin graduated from Syracuse University with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and held roles in Technical Sales and Applications. Specializing in optical related fields, Kevin has a deep knowledge of spectrometers, detectors, light sources, fiber optics, electronics and instrument control programming. In addition to product support, Kevin provides on-site product and calibration training, and programming support. More recently, display metrology has become Kevin’s current focus.

Jay Catral

Jay Catral

Chief Technical Advisor (Radiometrics), Konica Minolta Sensing Americas, Inc.

Jay 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 Southeastern United States.

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