The DVN US Workshop will be held this coming 13 January (2015), with a welcome dinner the evening before. The rubric for the workshop is "Future Lighting Technologies – Techniques and Regulatory Affairs", and the docket is now released. We will have 19 lectures and a very interesting round table panel discussion chaired by GTB President Geoff Draper.
Keynote: Dr. Srinivasa Narasimhan (Carnegie-Mellon University):
Programmable Headlights: One Billion Light Beam Adaptations Per Second
The speaker will explain how researchers at Carnegie Mellon University and Intel have devised a system of much finer resolution, much faster response, much lower latency, and much more versatile functionality than other matrix beam systems and raster-scanning spinning-mirror concepts.
Session 1: Car- and Setmakers' vision on ADB technologies
GM: Michael Larsen
Adaptive Driving Beam in America
Hella: Hans-Theo Dorissen
ADB - Challenges for the Future
Varroc: Rainer Neumann
Future of ADB considering Light Performance and Regulations
Valeo: John Orisich
US Consumers Deserve Glare Free High Beam Technologies
JW Speaker: Dragan Popovic
Matrix Light Approach to Leaning Problems on Motorcycle Application