For many people, their biggest exposure to daily air pollution comes while they are driving their car. The present pandemic, driven by an airborne virus, is making people more aware and sensitive on the topic of IAQ (interior air quality), and it’s getting even more critical with the S-for-Shared part of the CASE mobility shift. Sharing an enclosed compartment with present and past strangers, in a post pandemic world, calls for vigilance and work—that’s why this week’s in-depth report looks at recent developments in automotive IAQ.
The Design Lounge continues the interior architecture and design comparison between premium ICEs and BEVs, between a traditional display integration and a new floating-panels approach, both being separated and highlighted with surrounding ambient lighting.
We remind you again: don’t miss the DVN Workshop on 20 April, with specific sessions on cockpit and interior lighting. To register, please contact Salomon Berner. If you have interest only in the interior-light sessions, please contact me.
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