We’re excited to confirm our DVN Workshop in Shanghai next month will be an actual, real, live, face-to-face event, augmented by virtual contributions from overseas. It’s happening on 19-20 April, and the Chinese DVN team are totally involved to make a grand success of this, the first live DVN event since the pandemic shut everything down. You can download the Shanghai workshop brochure with the detailed conference program in English and Chinese clicking on this link.
Speakers will present the innovations and perspectives of important companies including Audi, BMW, FAW VW, GM, Great Wall, Shanghai VW, Stellantis, and Volvo; Hasco Vision Systems, Marelli-AL, Mind, Mobis, Valeo, Varroc, and XingYu; and numerous tier-2 and light source suppliers. Presentations will be made live by those speakers in Shanghai, or by registered video for worldwide speakers not able to travel to China.
A central main purpose of this Workshop is to share news and exchange views with Chinese industry and regulators about the latest lighting innovations, quite probably the most important ever for improved safety. Like ADB and HR-ADB, the greatest innovation in vehicle lighting in many decades, and the variety of techniques to implement it—Matrix, DMD, MicroLEDs, Scanning, and LCD, to name a few. Also road projections as the beginning stage of communication amongst drivers, other drivers, and pedestrians. And of course there is much to show and tell in the design department in the spirit of light as the new chrome to build logos and different new lights around the car.
Some lectures will be played from prerecorded videos, but all the Q&A sessions will be live; there’ll be half an hour reserved for Q&A after each session. Around 15 companies will present their products in the exhibition booths located at the wonderful Marriott Park View hotel in Shanghai.
And all attendees will receive a high-class book of information concerning the event and a special report on the history, present, and future of ADB technology (we’re really excited about this; it will surely be one of DVN’s great published works).
Don’t miss the event; contact DVN’s Salomon Berner for reservation exhibition booth and registration information.