Last week we told you about the two important events organised by DVN.
The first event, the first-ever fully online Workshop, dedicated to Car Smart Interiors, is now behind us. It was really a great virtual workshop with more than 200 attendees from 100 companees following three great keynotes by Valeo CTO Geoffrey Bouquot on Smart Technology for Smart Interiors; Faurecia CTO Christophe Aufrere on Cockpit of the Future, and Streetscop VP and Mobility Futurist Dave Muyres on future mobility’s challenges. There were 20 lectures in five sessions including one about interior lighting, and 12 exhibitions.
This week we bring you interesting takeaways from the four lighting lectures and the enthusiastic Q&A they inspired. Fascinating startup pitches were made during a virtual lunch, with the ISELED Alliance and EPIC organisation front and centre during virtual coffee breaks. Attendees had the opportunity for digital expo visits, business meetings, and chats.
See the conference program here, and you can still register here to attend the recorded virtual workshop.
The second significant event is the release of the 2020 DVN Study, one of the greatest technical works we have ever done, which thoroughly analyses and assesses new lighting functions in context of new automotive use cases and new realities.
Contact DVN’s Salomon Berner to buy your copy.
There is also a third event: the publication of our DVN Report on Evolution of Automotive LEDs 2015-2025. It describes all the crucial key points on roadgoing LEDs, past, current, and future, including evolutionary history, trends, and forecasts for physical characteristics and applications; white LEDs for headlighting; coloured LEDs for signalling; RGB LEDs for displays; LEDs producing invisible light, and their applications. It goes live today, and DVN Gold members can download their copy right away, with no extra cost.