Vehicle Displays and Interfaces Symposium and Exhibition Announce 2021 Program Focusing on AR, Electric Vehicles and Human Machine Interface
DETROIT, August 26, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The Metro Detroit section of the Society for Information Display (SID) has announced that the 28e Annual vehicle displays and interfaces colloquium and exhibition will take place on Tuesday and Wednesday September 28 and 29, 2021, in Livonia, Michigan, as a hybrid event (face-to-face for people able to travel and remotely / virtual for those who are not). The Vehicles and Interfaces 2020 event took place virtually due to the pandemic.
The annual symposium is designed for information sharing among designers, engineers, scientists, technologists, researchers and integrators of display systems and display components of land, air, sea and space vehicles.
As displays of all kinds have become the primary user interface for vehicles, designers must continually improve their products in terms of performance (sunlight and ruggedness), technology (augmented reality, including heads-up displays) and overall usability. . Vehicle Displays & Interfaces has become the primary place for information exchange between experts in the automotive display industry.
“We’re back to face-to-face meetings, exams and networking,” says Silviu pala, president of the Vehicles & Interfaces conference and exhibition. “The event returns to its open forum for industry, which will include manufacturers and integrators, as well as customers and members of academia, with a focus on vehicular interfaces, including HMI and l ‘automating. Of course, we will respect ourselves by wearing protective masks to help prevent transmission of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. “
The 2021 technical program includes presentations from the global display communities, HMIs, vehicle systems, photonics, academics and automotive OEMs. The peer-reviewed articles will provide in-depth knowledge and insights into the latest scientific advancements, the most recent breakthroughs and potentially revolutionary applications. Topics of the symposium session include new display solutions; Display metrology; Touchscreen HMI and pilot interface; Head-up projection and displays; and Materials, Films and Coatings.
Other highlights included an opening speech by Kai han chang and Thomas Seder from General Motors Research and Development’s Vehicle Systems Research Lab, which will address the topic “Automotive Augmented Reality: User Experience and Enabling Technology”.
The event’s traditional auto market special session will be chaired by Pala, of Automotive Display, as well as by Michael boyd of Yazaki North America. The expert market analysts who will speak include Kyle davis from IHS Markit, Jennifer colegrove from Touch Display Research, Inc., and Bob o’brien by Display Supply Chain Consultants.
Also not to be missed is a roundtable on future displays for future electric vehicles, with participants from government, academia and industry. Finally, there will be an exhibition featuring companies from the vehicle display industry, with a block of time dedicated to exhibitor presentations.
Note: In the interest of the safety of all participants at vehicle displays and interfaces, event management will adhere to the health guidelines of the Michigan State. All participants will be required to wear masks when attending indoor events.
To consult the symposium program and the list of exhibitors, go to www.VehicleDisplay.org
To register, go to www.VehicleDisplay.org
To book an exhibitor stand, contact Danielle Rocco at [email protected]
About SID Symposium & Exhibition Vehicle Displays & Interfaces Detroit:
Vehicle Displays & Interfaces is presented by the Metro-Detroit Chapter of SID (Society for Information Display) www.SID.org. Focusing exclusively on the advancement of electronic display and visual information technologies, SID provides a unique platform for collaboration, communication and industry training in all related technologies while showcasing the best new industry products. Members of the organization are professionals in technical and business disciplines related to display research, design, manufacturing, applications, marketing and sales.
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