Discover more about the topics and technologies to be discussed at this year's conference, via a series of exclusive interviews with a selection of our expert speakers
Shasank Nagavarapu, senior human-centered designer at Lextant, USA, will give a presentation titled Safe self-driving cars: Level 4 and dynamic vehicle-driver transitions at The Future of Automotive Interiors Conference.
John J Combest, chair of the Global Human Body Models Consortium, and project manager – advanced safety technology at Nissan Technical Center North America Inc, will give a presentation titled Human body modeling – a better tool, an essential need at The Future of Automotive Interiors Conference.
Kimberly Clavin, executive consultant, Pillar, part of Accenture’s Industry X.0., explains how mobility-as-a-service will provide ample opportunities for product service offerings within the vehicle interior, ahead of her presentation at the Future of Automotive Interiors Conference.
Dr. Rose A Ryntz, president, Ryntz & Associates, discusses some of the challenges of decorating interior plastics and incorporating new lightweight materials ahead of her presentation at the Future of Automotive Interiors Conference in Novi, Michigan.
Kimberly Peiler, senior application engineering manager automotive, Osram Opto Semiconductors, USA, will give a presentation titled Interior LEDs make autonomous vehicles a stronger reality. Lighting is incredibly important in design and will become even more important as cars become autonomous – here’s why.