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24 - 26 January, 2017
Le Meridien, Stuttgart, Germany

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Report on Innovations in Interior Lighting Design

According to a Research and Markets report last year, the global automotive lighting market is set to be worth $33.7 by 2020, registering a CAGR of 6.7% during the years 2015 to 2020. 

Expand your knowledge within this area, with this exclusive report written by Automotive IQ on the topic: “Innovations in Interior Lighting Design". Download the full report for free here.

BMW discusses the future of LED, OLED and Laser automotive lighting

Surface light source with lambertian light distribution. Is it advantage or challenge for exterior lighting in the automotive industry? What are the possibilities to control the light from LED and OLED? What are the different OLED types and what are the different design possibilities? Download the interviews with Andreas Knödler-Bunte (BMW Group) and Tomas Gloss (Varroc Lighting Systems).

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Future aspects of intelligent automotive lighting

Read this exclusive presentation by Shammika Wickramasinghe, Technical Specialist – Exterior Lighting at Jaguar Land Rover in the United Kingdom on the topic of "Future aspects of intelligent automotive lighting". Download here.

Presentation on optical concepts with OLED technology

Surface light source with lambertian light distribution. Is it advantage or challenge for exterior lighting in the automotive industry? What are the possibilities to control the light from LED and OLED? What are the different OLED types and what are the different design possibilities?

Understanding these issues are vital in the development of future automotive lighting, to help understand these questions - Tomas Gloss, R&D Signal Lighting Team Leader from Varroc Lighting Systems in the Czech Republic, gave an exclusive interview to Automotive IQ and made this exclusive presentation on the topic of "Diffractive optics for automotive exterior lighting". Download here.

Presentation on Flexible OLED

The flexibility of LED’s compared to traditional incandescent lights means that OEM’s can use lighting for a range of new and different applications, which would previously not have been possible. Manufacturers have been quick to latch onto the new possibilities, which has led to a raft of innovative new designs. 

Expand your knowledge within this area, with this presentation by Dr. Michael Törker, Senior Scientist of Division Flexible Organic Electronics, Fraunhofer Institute for Organic Electronics, Electron Beam and Plasma Technology FEP in Germany, who made this exclusive presentation on the topic of "Opportunities for automotive lighting by OLED technology".

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Report on the Future for LED and OLED Automotive Lighting

Automotive lighting, both exterior and interior, has seen sweeping changes over the last five to ten years with the introduction of LED and OLED technologies. The flexibility of the tech has created many new design possibilities, enabling functional and aesthetic improvements in a number of different ways.

New matrix LED headlight configurations in tandem with sensing technologies have seen the introduction of systems which manage the direction of the beam to avoid blinding oncoming drivers. Read more here.