Save the date: Automotive Interiors Virtual ‘Live’ launches in December!

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This December will see the first ever staging of Automotive Interiors Virtual ‘Live’, a brand new, free-to-attend online conference featuring two full days of lively debate and creative thinking, with speakers drawn from leading organisations such as Continental, Ford and Toyota Boshuku, among others.

Taking place December 1 & 2, 2020, Automotive Interiors Virtual ‘Live’ will provide a much-needed platform for discussions on the future of automotive interiors. From ADAS and AV implications for design through to sustainability and new materials, the latest developments in smart surfaces, and the best user experiences and HMI developments, the event will bring together the auto interiors community at a key moment, following a highly disruptive and challenging year.

Delivered by the team behind Automotive Interiors World and Automotive Interiors Expo, participants can expect a highly rewarding and insightful exchange of ideas, with live interaction and networking fully enabled and encouraged during the virtual event.

Leading speakers from across the industry will present their latest case studies, as well as new material and technology breakthroughs. Highlights include an exclusive report into carsickness from Ford’s Research and Innovation Center; the Fraunhofer IAO Vehicle Interaction Lab’s research into the user requirements of future automotive interiors, HMI and the driving experience; and FCA’s influential Innovation Research Center (CRF) will discuss ‘When materials meet electronics: novel frontiers in automotive’.

Click here to view the full program and speaker list; and register – for FREE – here.



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With over 20 years experience in editorial management and content creation for multiple, market-leading titles at UKi Media & Events (publisher of Automotive Interiors World), one of the UK's fastest growing publishing companies, Anthony has written articles and news covering everything from aircraft, airports and cars, to cruise ships, trains, trucks and even tires!

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