ISAL is over, and life is back to usual. For some of us, that means a relaxing week. For others, the opposite with tons of emails, meetings, and reporting! Our team was really busy this week, to be able to provide you a 62-page digest report on ISAL. We take notes for the people who attended or participated, and we inform those who were not there—just like we did two weeks ago for ALE in China.
It was also a busy week because we have finalized our program for the next DVN Workshop in Shanghai, to be held on the 7th and 8th of November. We will have lectures from fully eleven automakers, including Human Horizon, Jidu, IM, Avatr, and Polestar. They will show and explain their latest lighting technology, displays, and electrical architecture—as will longer-established makers like JLR, Audi, Volvo, and VW. It’s a very large variety of cars and technology.
And there will be ten lectures from Chinese, European, and American tier-1 suppliers. For the second time, we will hold a panel discussion on lighting technology, with a focus on the Chinese market.
Me, personally, I will chair two panel discussions: one with main stakeholders in Chinese regulations: SMVIC, CATARC, and the drafter of the new Chinese GB standards for RID (road illumination devices) and LSD (light-signalling devices). It will be possible to have an open discussion about timeline and new feature like AD-signaling lamps and road-projection of signals and symbols. The other panel discussion will be with CATARC to talk about C-NCAP’s 5-star protocol including ADB.
This will be a grand event; you will not want to miss it! Find more information and register online.