Glass antennas: a key part of the mobility revolution!

Glass antenna technology was born in the USA in the 1970s, led by manufacturers of metal antennas. Foreseeing the importance of telematics in the auto industry at the time, AGC decided to develop its own glass antennas.

Windshield wipers: a history full of surprises!

We don’t give a second thought to windshield wipers – until we can’t see clearly. But it is worth stopping to thank the pioneers who invented these safety devices that have saved countless lives in rain and snow.

AGC opens new connectivity R&D facility

Responding to the growing demand for vehicle connectivity, AGC Glass Europe has unveiled two advanced “anechoic” chambers for developing technology for windows with built-in antennas.

New-generation LiDAR system for ADAS and autonomous driving

AGC Automotive Europe has partnered with XenomatiX, a leading provider of solid-state LiDAR (Light Detection And Ranging) technology, to build the next generation of integrated LiDAR sensors for ADAS and autonomous driving.

Faster searching now with Simple search!

To give you a better experience in browsing the product catalogue in our webshop, we have removed some unnecessary filters and worked on the speed.

Holographic Sat Nav!

A UK tech company called Envisics has combined augmented reality and holograms to create a high-impact navigation system that displays road directions in real time on the windscreen.

The future of car glass is “smart” !

At CES 2019 in Las Vegas, the auto industry showed how it may combine augmented and virtual reality (AR/VR) with smart glass technologies.

Step inside tomorrow’s smart door

AGC Automotive Europe and IAC (International Automotive Components) unveiled the StreetSmart Door concept last month at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.  

Customer partnership in action

One of the pillars of AGC ARG is customer partnership. We firmly believe that together we are stronger: combining resources and knowledge brings real advantage.

Find it fast with VIN !

Every vehicle on the road has a 17-digit VIN (Vehicle Identification Number), also known as the “chassis number”. The VIN is a valuable tool for glass technicians.