Waukesha County Technical College’s two-day exhibition of Foxconn technology showcases diverse products offered by the Taiwanese electronics manufacturer and its subsidiaries.
Foxconn’s just-announced Wisconsin plant is to make liquid crystal display panels. It will make these LCD screens for many industries — education, entertainment, safety, surveillance and health care — with Wisconsin-made products ending up in self-driving cars and aircraft systems, according to a fact sheet Gov. Scott Walker’s office shared with lawmakers.
The two-day demonstration, which ends today, gave the curious a chance to get their hands on cutting-edge devices that incorporate these LCD panels.
In WCTC’s Richard T. Anderson Education Center, tables around the room displayed specialized high-definition panels of all shapes and sizes — but not all the technology was strictly screen-related.
The INTELLOS automated unmanned ground vehicle (pictured here) from Sharp, a subsidiary of Foxconn, was being shown off at the event.
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