We’ve worked hard to involve a global collection of lighting and ADAS luminaries in the Shanghai DVN Workshop, taking place on 19-20 April. The pandemic’s constraints drove us to implement an interesting solution: a hybrid event, both face-to-live-face and online, including locals in the Shanghai area as well as global participants not able to physically attend.
The face-to-face workshop will be focussed on the lighting community in the Shanghai vicinity. The Marriott Hotel will welcome them with alarge area is dedicated to exhibitions; 12 companies have already taken out expo booths. The lectures will be a mix of those done live and those done online by speakers abroad. The Q&A and panel discussions will be done in real time, joining local and outside attendees, speakers, and session chairs. A Chinese DVN team will be in place to welcome the attendees and to organise the workshop. Maybe a miracle will allow me to attend…!
The online workshop will be focussed on the lighting community elsewhere in the world, who will be able to follow the workshop in real time as it happens, or at a time more suitable for their local time zones.
So this will be a new kind of DVN Workshop, never before done. The worldwide lighting community will be well catered for, with online access lasting a week after the actual event.
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