The DVN Interior Workshop is just four days away now. The agenda is finalized; in today’s newsletter you’ll find the full docket of lectures and sessions. Major themes include human-machine interface; head-up displays; driver and occupant monitoring; interior lighting; functional surfaces; interior air quality, and materials + sustainability.
There’ll be two substantial keynotes from Forvia and BMW, and 34 lecturers from presenters representing Bentley; Yanfeng; Grupo Antolin; AMS Osram; Forvia; Hella; Preh; Novem; Ansys; Covestro, and numerous technology companies including Uniphy; Sigmasense; Elmos; Lumentum; Seoul Semiconductor, and feno. Keep reading for the full list.
As vehicle interiors become the third living space—along with home and work—the user experience shifts to match in accord with increasing vehicle automation and connectivity; new kinds of interactions between the occupants and the vehicle, and new safety and wellbeing approaches. So much is happening, so fast, and the DVN Interior Workshop is the efficient, enjoyable, productive way to get a comprehensive grasp on how vehicle interiors are evolving.
It’s also a grand opportunity to meet and network with your peers. Over 100 attendees are already registered. Are you in? If not, move fast; only a few seats remain available.
The whole DVN Interior team is looking forward meeting you all in Köln!