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See the light inside, outside and around the car of tomorrow with expert presentations that illuminate the future direction of automotive lighting

Intelligent Lighting Online is all about identifying and highlighting the future trends in automotive lighting, inside and outside of the car of tomorrow.

Our presentations from specially selected experts will feature the top challenges they face in all aspects of automotive lighting, display technology and HMI. This knowledge will be shared with our audience of industry professionals who will get the chance to send questions directly to our speakers.

Over time, the event will grow to chart the evolution of the industry, reflecting the changes in smart automotive lighting technology in, on and around the cars of tomorrow.

Key Topics

    • Giving an overview of automotive lighting, highlighting the progress made with exterior and interior smart lighting solutions
    • Examining the car as a display, exploring various screen technologies all around the vehicle
    • Identifying and offering ideas for the main challenges prominent in 2020, including Covid-19
    • Establishing where the leading companies are working, focusing on areas for growth, and identifying untapped opportunities to implement smart lighting solutions
    • Highlighting significant issues being faced right now, related to safety and legislation, and looking at how these might be addressed

Editor’s Notes – Event Introduction

Session One – Keynote speaker: Automotive Lighting in 2020 – strengths, weaknesses, and Covid-19
14:00 - 14:45 CEST
Even before Covid-19, carmakers were betting big on Connected, Autonomous, Shared, and Electric vehicles. This requires huge investment, with money to be saved by developing common technology platforms. But with all this commonality under the skin, how do you make your brand stand out? Lighting is the solution.

In this opening session, we will answer:
    • How do we define a brand using the power of light?
    • What are the latest advances in lighting technology, both inside and outside the car?
    • How is display technology becoming integrated with vehicle lighting?
Session reserved for a selected speaker

Session Two – How to we ensure that lighting is engineered to replicate the human eye's sensitivity?
15:00 - 15:45 CEST
Radiant Vision Systems develops advanced imaging solutions to address the most demanding inspection challenges. Its systems evaluate light, color, manufacturing integrity, and surface quality more effectively and efficiently than other methods, improving design and inspection of illuminated displays, light sources, and device assemblies.

Engineered to replicate the human eye's sensitivity to visible wavelengths of light, its photometric cameras enable its clients to meet customer expectations for high-value devices.

In this session, we will discover:
    • How to accurately measure displays to detect, quantify, and correct defects
    • How to evaluate luminance, intensity, flux, CIE chromaticity, contrast, and more
    • How to combine automated inspection with the precision of human visual perception to detect subtle surface and assembly defects
Session reserved for Radiant Vision Systems

Session Three – How to simulate light of all types, quickly and accurately
16:00 - 16:45 CEST
The increasing demand for automotive lighting solutions inside and outside the car, and at large and small scales, requires accurate simulation tools. This sponsor's solution gives lighting designers highly accurate lighting simulations that enhance photorealistic visualizations, and can simulation highly complex optical components such as light guides.
In this session, we will discuss:
    • How to identify lighting quality issues resulting from the optical engineering process
    • How to embrace a wider range of design possibilities using software iterations
    • How to bridge the gap between engineering and design by creating consistent shared data
Session reserved for a selected sponsor

Session Four – Closing Keynote: How do you ensure lighting helps, rather than hinders, user experience?
17:00 - 17:45 CEST
The smartphone has redefined the way that the vast majority of people interact with technology. The user experience offered by such devices places huge pressure on lighting and display engineers to ensure that systems function perfectly in all light and climate conditions.

In this session, we explore:
  • The influence that smart devices have had on future automobile technology
  • How display technology is being harnesses for automotive applications
  • How to stay ahead of the curve when it comes to new trends in consumer electronics, and thus consumer expectations
Session reserved for a selected speaker

          Automotive IQ online events are designed to offer insight and inspiration to
          senior decision makers, including:

          Lighting designers and engineers

          Innovation managers

          Heads of advanced development

          Smart vehicle specialists

          Lighting designers and engineers

          Top-level operational safety staff

          Autonomous car research leads

          Technology officers

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