CES is a bottomless source of innovation; its flows keep irrigating the DVN Interior Newsletter. And this week’s in-depth article focuses on ‘smar’t surfaces which keep expanding to cover more and more of the real estate inside vehicles. It’s a perfect instance of the essence of CES—a crossroads between consumer electronics and the automotive realm, between what we’re all accustomed to on our smartphone, and what users are said to want in a vehicle as well, for a continuous experience.
In this week’s Coffee Corner, there’s an opinion on how the Peugeot Inception concept is proposing a tech composition for future of car interiors to the benefit of all senses, shifting from surfaces that embed intelligence to intelligent surfaces.
‘Smart’ surfaces will be one focus of the upcoming DVN Interior Workshop on 25-26 April at the Pullman Hotel in Köln, Germany. The event, with the rubric Human Centered Interior Technology, will bring together around 200 participants from all over the world: managers; experts, and decisionmakers involved in automotive interiors. Exhibition booths and lecture slot priorities are given to DVN Interior members, so please confirm your participation before 16 February.
Happy New Year of the Rabbit to our Chinese members!