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Allion Labs urges vendors to get their GPS devices tested and updated upon the arrival of April 6, 2019, the time when GPS timestamps reset to zero, potentially causing Y2K-like issues that could lead to breakdown GPS devices worldwide. GPS devices such as mobile phones, wearable devices, even flights, and fleet can be affected by the Y2K-like issue.
With Allion’s professional testing, old GPS devices or poorly designed, outdated firmware can be modified to ensure functionality when GPS resets to zero.

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Launched by VESA in 2018, the DisplayHDR program is a certification that creates specifications, including luminance, color gamut, bit depth, and rise time to define HDR quality for PC LCD monitors. As the Authorized Test Center of DisplayHDR, Allion first started with the test and certification of four standards, DisplayHDR 400, DisplayHDR 500, DisplayHDR 600, and DisplayHDR 1000. This year VESA launched two new certifications for OLED displays and Allion is also ready to provide tests on the two new standards, DisplayHDR 400/500 True Black.
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High Dynamic Range (HDR) targets the adjustment of color gamut and brightness, making details more refined and closer to real life images. Today, HDR is widely used and various types of HDR logos can be seen on TVs, smartphones, tablets, etc. Allion’s professional team is able to provide customized solutions, along with in-depth analysis and feedback regarding your products’ functions and features.
To successfully realize the two major transformations of the automobile industry: automation and artificial intelligence, the application of the Internet of Vehicles (IoV) is playing a key role. IoV is an integration of technologies such as In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI), mobile communication, mobile e-commerce, traffic safety accomplished by connecting the vehicle to the cloud. Allion provides comprehensive IoV-related certification services and assists your R&D team in gaining first mover advantage in terms of IoV development.
Technical Insight

With the rising of Mesh Wi-Fi AP products on the market that is quite pricey, consumers may be skeptical of whether the products actually meet their expectations. Allion chose three mesh Wi-Fi routers and made comparisons on their product specifications, heat map wireless signal coverage, and performance (transmission speed) to determine which Mesh Wi-Fi AP set has the best wireless network signal under different user scenarios.

In the previous article, we’ve compared the basic specifications of the three Mesh Wi-Fis. In this article, we are going to simulate actual user-scenarios and make comparisons on the performance of the four common functions, which are easy setup, App function, band steering, and seamless roaming of the three Mesh Wi-Fi APs.

Event Review
Global vendors join together for 2019 VESA PlugTest in Taipei
This year’s VESA PlugTest, held from March 11 to 14, was a huge success and Allion was thrilled to join the event as a supporting organizer and a testing vendor. As the Authorized Testing Lab of VESA, Allion not only helped vendors to test their products but also shared HDR-related testing experience with other participants in the event.
Allion Upcoming Events
MCPC Seminar – Taipei
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