Microvision Inc. (NASDAQ:MVIS) Q2 2019 Earnings Conference Call Transcript
Jul 18, 2019 • 05:00 pm ET
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And now I'd like to turn the call over to Perry Mulligan. Perry?
Perry M. Mulligan
Thank you, Lindsey. Good afternoon, everyone. In the second quarter, we made significant progress in landing Tier-1 customers for the interactive display and display-only products, and moved to the next stage of the agreements with our April 2017 contract customer.
First, let's take a look at the IoT products, our interactive display and display-only solutions. As we reported on our last call in April, we expected to receive notice of a design win for our display-only product from our licensee in the second quarter. We also indicated that we anticipated that a design win for our interactive display modules could follow shortly thereafter. Positive customer feedback during Q2 led to further discussions for potentially larger product launches and increased sales over time. Because different countries have different laser product requirements, we were asked if we could support a Class 1 laser product. While both Class 1 and Class 3R are safe for consumers, providing a Class 1 product makes it much easier to sell the product globally and enable larger volumes.
Fortunately, because of our engineering activity last year, we believed we could provide a module to support Class 1 products in a short amount of time, without any decrease in brightness. During the quarter, we were able to demonstrate a module that can support a Class 1 laser product for our customers. We believe the likelihood of a larger-scale roll-out is now higher and we are very excited at the prospects we are