Last week, we published our 150th DVN Report! Many of them, going back years now, are still apposite today. Of course, some of the earlier ones contain information that no longer pertains to the current realities of the field, but those, too, remain interesting and useful as an archive of where we’ve been.
And every DVN Gold member has ready access to all 150 of them. The DVN Report library contains a big variety of titles. There are automaker profiles, lighting supplier profiles, regulatory analyses, detailed descriptions of vehicle lighting in important regions around the world. There are thorough assessments of technologies and techniques in interior and exterior lighting, in simulations, in machine vision. There’s detailed coverage of every DVN Workshop and of important congresses like VISION and ISAL, and photographic records of the world’s auto shows.
Judging by the feedback you send us, DVN Reports are very useful for the lighting community—especially for newcomers and for training. The DVN Report we published last week is a fine entrée to discover lighting and its history through the lens of styling, a crucial lever in the neverending drive to sell cars. We’re proud to bring you ongoing, high-quality coverage on topics that matter in your professional life, and we intend to carry on doing it.
See below a very interesting In-depth made by the American Daniel Stern about the great challenge of the new lighting functions which will represent a “central wave of the future of vehicle lighting”. For this reason the DVN team, with the greatest worldwide experts, is working very hard on a study named “New lighting functions – 2020-2030” to improve Safety, Communication, Comfort and Styling. More information soon.
Keep well and be safe,