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The latest Micro LED headlight developed by Valeo and Cree are under road tests

French Valeo and American Cree had cooperated to develop an adaptive driving beam (ADB) system called PictureBeam with a resolution of nearly 4000 pixels to deliver road marking functions. This newest product is a technology trend for automotive lighting. Many vehicle component suppliers have worked together with LED lights manufacturers to develop LED array solutions based on the latest technology of Micro LEDs. 
The adaptive driving beam system developed by Valeo and Cree for field tests

ADB system with high resolution is a trend for automotive lighting. Many automotive component manufacturers have teamed up with LED companies to develop LED array solutions based on Micro LEDs. The PictureBeam system created by Valeo and Cree is one of them. The two companies demonstrated that product at CES 2019.

According to Valeo and Cree, the PictureBeam Monolithic is the first complete high definition lighting system. This unique solution incorporates a scalable LED array in which the pixels of the light beam are formed directly at the light source. With 3696 pixels, the module produce a high definition beam and each of the pixel can be controlled individually to project road marking.

Some relevat field tests proved that it is important to achieve Lane Marking or Construction lines with different shapes available with the help of this latest system. Also, it can project arrow at the exit with dynamic positioning upon the vehicle speed to help drivers find the correct way soon.
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