Enthusiastic response has obliged us to close sponsorship and display booth signups earlier than expected. Driving Vision News would like to take this opportunity to thank those companies who have signed up for sponsorship and display booths at the upcoming DVN Workshop in Paris. Your commitments are a much-appreciated vote of confidence and trust in us, and we are grateful for your cooperation.
The workshop is shaping up to be one of the most interesting we’ve ever organised. Under the rubric “Future for automotive lighting – Vision 2020-2025”, the workshop will boost each attendee’s ability to build a robust, realistic, informed vision specific to the particulars of his or her company’s unique strategic plan. Renowned speakers, all high-level managers in their own field like Wolfgang Huhn of Audi, Christian Amann from BMW, Ingolf Schneider from Opel, Mathieu Lips from Renault, Gunnar Koether from VW, Kamislav Fadel from AL, Hans-Theo Dorissen from Hella, Yamamura from Koito, Laurent Evrard from Valeo, Rainer Neumann from Varroc, Jürgen Antonitsch from ZKW, John Peek from Philips, Makdessi from Nichia, and Geoff Draper from GTB, will project a large and credible vision from inside our industry.
There’ll be valuable, up-to-date coverage of the most recent lighting technologies focused on adaptive front and rear lighting, LEDs, matrix beams, laser-based lamps, raster-scanning lamps, and OLEDs. And the exhibition area will illustrate the current state of the art from Tier-1 suppliers including AL, Hella, and Valeo; light source suppliers Nichia, Osram, Philips, Seoul Semiconductor, Astron-Fiamm; and selected Tier-2 companies like AML Systems, Brandenburg, Mentor Graphics, Freudenberg, and Optis.
Registrations to attend the Paris DVN workshop are still open, and likely will remain so until the end of January. Don’t miss out; sign up online now
We’ll see you there.
DVN Editor in Chief