During ten days in April, all eyes were on China. Last week we published our DVN Report on the Shanghai DVN Workshop, a fruitful event with 35 lectures presented to 240 attendees in Shanghai, plus remote participants tuned in from all over the world. If you were a registered attendee, either in person or online, you can still access the lectures and Q/A discussion VODs. It’s a convenient way to review those sessions you saw, or catch up on those you missed.
Now we’re preparing our report on the Shanghai Auto Show; watch for it to go live on 18 May. In this week’s DVNewsletter we bring you a preview of that report, teasing the thinner and ever-thinner headlamps, delocalised front light sources, and linear lights with lit logos and grilles.
And we’ve got an interesting interview with MIND Electronics VP Hossein Nafari, who recapitulates his DVN Workshop presentation and shares his vision on lighting.
Mark your calendar! The U.S. DVN Workshop will be held on 21-22 September, during NAIAS, with the rubric How to save lives in night-time traffic?. We anticipate active participation and grand presentations of innovative solutions to improve night-traffic safety.