The holiday festivities are all done, and now it’s back to challenges, opportunities and tasks in the new year. Here at DVN, we’re putting finishing touches on the DVN Workshop to be held the 28th–29th of this month in Munich, at the marvelous and convenient Hilton Munich Airport hotel. In this week’s Driving Vision News you’ll find the program; here’s an overview of what’s in store for you as an attendee:
• High-level presentations by acclaimed international high-level experts (see the docket in this Newsletter)
• Exhibition booths from set makers, light source makers and tier-2 suppliers, showing their latest innovations
• A panel session on regulations, focussing on the most important points about the new lighting functions concerning 360° view.
All of this on a backdrop of the unparallelled networking opportunities DVN Workshops are known for. In a time of great upheaval in the automotive industry, with big new investments in EV and AV technology putting a squeeze on funding for innovative lighting—not to mention complicated regulatory situations—it is essential to get and stay right up to date with all the latest information about automakers and their suppliers, new technologies, and benchmarks to optimise what investments there might be in lighting.
Car interiors will become of central importance with the arrival of AV technology and new car usages. Give a look on DVN new Interior Newsletter and the 2019 car interior overview following this link. For more information about DVN-I subcription for DVN members, contact : firstname.lastname@example.org
Please don’t forget to send in your response to GTB President Geoff Draper’s survey, before 13 January. Your responses are crucial to the session he will chair on regulations for new lighting functions at the Munich workshop. In case you missed the survey last week in the middle of the holidays, we’re reprinting it this week.
Onward and upward in 2020, DVN’s 12th year of operation! Sincerely yours