The DVN team have been working very hard for months on the DVN workskshop which will be held on 1-2 February in Paris. We are now proud to present the first information concerning this event—probably the most important Workshop in DVN’s history.
With two keynotes and 30 lectures in seven sessions during two full days, the workshop will centre around the rubric Safety and Design Challenges and Opportunities. One keynote will be made by GRE Chair Timo Kärkkäinen, who has overseen GRE’s recent wonderful job with the approval of road projections and new regulatory text that opens the possibility to have lit logos. We are in active discussion with a major VIP regarding the second keynote, so stay tuned for more info.
The lectures will be given by eight speakers from automakers and eight from tier-1 suppliers, the first time for such a high level of communicative participation from automakers and tier-1s. There’ll also be high-content presentations about vehicle interior technology as well as light sources news and perspectives from tier-2 suppliers who are doing a marvellous job of supporting the commercialisation of lighting and interior innovations.
The Workshop will cover two full days, starting in the morning, to present the keynotes, lectures, and panel discussion at an efficient, enjoyable pace with plenty of time for networking and perusing the expo booths during coffee and lunch breaks.
After these two difficult years we’ve all slogged through with the pandemic, we’ll be extra-happy to present special awards—more information soon, but we’re working on picking recipients for six special awards, and organiing this Workshop as a grand event for all participants and attendees!