DVN’s Fifth US workshop took place at the Royal Park Hotel in Rochester, Michigan, on 15–16 January, 2019.
For more detailed information about the workshop content, see presentations slides and photos.
Over 300 top-level attendees from all over the world attended, representing all sectors of the global automotive lighting and driver vision community. Compared to the previous US Workshop, this year’s had fewer purely commercial lectures. There was a big variety of themes all centred on the rubric of smaller, safer, smarter lighting. Even the regulatory topics harmonised, as it were, with the rubric.
There was a great deal and variety of discussion about what might be done in response to the unworkable HTSA proposal on ADB—a topic perhaps facilitated by the absence of anyone from NHTSA.
• Topics included:
LED, Laser, OLED, ADB/Matrix Pixel & Scanning Beams, Simulation, Measurements and Regulation