SID Vehicle Displays & Interfaces Detroit, Sep. 25-26: Keynote to focus on Displays as Trust Enabler
Vehicle Displays & Interfaces Detroit provides the value chain with roadmaps to new markets for emerging in-car display technology
DETROIT (PRWEB) July 10, 2018
The Detroit Chapter of the Society for Information Display (SID) has announced its keynote speaker for the 25th Vehicle Displays & Interfaces Symposium and Expo. Kristin Kolodge, Executive Director, Driver Interaction & HMI at J.D. Power, will open the symposium with an insightful talk titled “Voice of the Customer: Displays as Trust Enabler” at SID Vehicle Displays & Interfaces Detroit September 25-26. The technical symposium and expo is the world’s most comprehensive event for the vehicle value chain on next-generation in-car displays, interfaces and systems shaping the autonomous driving experience in the trillion-dollar global vehicle marketplace.
As OEMs rapidly bring more advanced electronic vehicle displays and smartphone-like interfaces and systems to market, the consumer’s evolving perception towards displays becomes the critical factor in determining future technology and systems development. Kristin is responsible for developing the new human-machine interface (HMI) practice at J.D. Power, and monitoring customer insights, perceptions and behaviors, regarding interactions with the technology in their vehicles and around them.
Kristen’s keynote will explore why consumer “trust” in vehicle displays is so critical to the autonomous driving experience of today and tomorrow, how understanding “what if” and “what does it mean to me” can improve OEM product and system development, and how automated driving technology is becoming the new definition of consumer quality.
Hundreds of automotive OEM professionals, designers, engineers, scientists, technologists, researchers and systems integrators, as well as manufactures, are expected to gather for two immersive days at the 25th annual SID Vehicle Displays & Interfaces Detroit to be held September 25-26, at the Burton Manor Conference Center, Livonia, MI. The technical program features presentations by visionary scientists, engineers and technologists from the display, HMI, vehicle systems, photonics, academic and auto OEM communities. These papers will provide in-depth knowledge and insights on the latest scientific advances, most recent breakthroughs, and potentially revolutionary applications.
The program covers hot topics driving rapid change in the automotive landscape including:
Panel Discussion: New Display and Touch for Multi-Modal HMI – Situation Awareness and Autonomous Drive - Improvements
- Usage of and trends in automotive displays & interfaces and applications
- Customer acceptance and feedback on different display and interface technologies
- Regulation and trends related to in-vehicle interactions
Display, lighting and system tech. applicable to vehicular applications or other devices for lighting, signaling
- Display technologies and components (LCD, OLDE, LEDs, MEMS, RGB Lasers, ICs)
- Optical components (illuminators, coatings, films, polarizers, lenses, prisms)
- LED, OLED or other devicing for lighting, signaling
Human machine interface (HMI) and system solutions to improve driver performance and user experience
- Display system legibility (Electronic Mirrors), visual performance, driver distraction
- Touch screen, haptic and acoustic technologies to improve user’s response
- Driver/User interfaces (devices, human factors)
- HMI tools and methods (software development) and metrology for Multi Modal HMI
- Head up displays, augmented reality, night vision systems and components
- Driver assist features (Navigation, ADAS, collision warning) toward Autonomous Drive
- Infotainment and projection displays
- Tools and techniques for measuring HMI efficacy
Application issues with vehicular displays, lighting, and HMI
- Optical, mechanical, electrical, and thermal performance
- Modeling and Simulation
- Metrology and Testing
- Electrical interfaces (ICs, connectors, power management, video communication)
Advanced technologies for displays, touchscreens, sensors and processors
- Sunlight readable, curved, flexible, low power, ultra-high contrast displays and touch technologies
- Flexible and color E-Paper technologies (lower power, sunlight readable)
- Metal oxides and organic semiconductors based flexible electronics
- Nano-materials and nanotechnology
- Touch input devices
- Photovoltaic devices
The concurrent exhibition features more than 100 leading display technology product and service providers, showcasing their latest cockpit offerings, up-and-coming technologies, systems, and in-car solutions. Attendees can demo products, source suppliers, and engage in one-on-one problem solving with expert technical reps.
Register at the link below before Friday, September 7, for Early Bird savings.
To attend, find out more, or to join SID go to http://www.vehicledisplay.org. For information on exhibiting or event sponsorship, contact Joe Nemchek by email at jnemchek@pcm411, or call (203) 502-8338.
About SID Vehicle Displays Detroit Symposium & Exhibition:
SID Vehicle Displays Detroit is sponsored by the Detroit Chapter of SID (Society for Information Display) http://www.sid.org. SID is the only professional society focused on the display industry. By exclusively focusing on the advancement of electronic display technology, SID provides a unique platform for industry collaboration, communication and training in all related technologies while showcasing the industry’s best new products. The organization’s members are professionals in the technical and business disciplines that relate to display research, design, manufacturing, applications, marketing and sales.