Vehicle Displays and Interfaces Symposium Coming to Livonia

The Metropolitan Detroit Chapter of the Society for Information Display has announced the 28th Annual Vehicle Displays and Interfaces symposium and exhibition will take place on September 28 and 29, 2021 at Burton Manor in Livonia.
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Smart touch screen multimedia system for automobile. Original design and 3D rendering image.
The 28th annual Vehicle Displays and Interfaces symposium and exhibition will take place in Livonia on Sept. 28 and 29. // Stock Photo

The Metropolitan Detroit Chapter of the Society for Information Display has announced the 28th Annual Vehicle Displays and Interfaces symposium and exhibition will take place on Sept. 28 and 29, 2021 at Burton Manor in Livonia.

A hybrid event (in person and virtual), the 2021 symposium will include designers, engineers, scientists, technologists, researchers, and system integrators of land, air, sea, and space vehicle displays and display components.

As displays of all kinds have become the primary user interface in vehicles, designers must continually elevate their products in terms of performance (sunlight and ruggedization), technology (augmented reality, including head-up displays), and general usability. Vehicle Displays and Interfaces has become the primary venue for information exchange among experts in the automotive display industry.

“We are back to in-person meetings, reviews, and networking,” says Silviu Pala, chair of the Vehicles and Interfaces symposium and exhibition. “The event is returning 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 automation.”

The 2021 technical program features presentations from the global display, HMI, vehicle systems, photonics, academic, and vehicle OEM communities. Peer-reviewed papers will provide in-depth knowledge and insights on the latest scientific advances, most recent breakthroughs, and potentially revolutionary applications.

Symposium session topics include New Display Solutions; Display Metrology; Touch HMI and Driver Interface; Projection and Head-Up Displays; and Materials, Films, and Coatings.

Other highlights include a keynote address from Kai-Han Chang and Thomas Seder of the Vehicle Systems Research Lab at General Motors Research and Development, who will address the topic of “Automotive Augmented Reality: User Experience and Enabling Technology.”

The event’s traditional special automotive market session will be chaired by Pala, who is from Automotive Display, and also by Michael Boyd from Yazaki North America. Expert market analysts who will speak include Kyle Davis of IHS Markit, Jennifer Colegrove of Touch Display Research Inc., and Bob O’Brien of Display Supply Chain Consultants.

There’s also a panel discussion on Future Displays for Future Electric Vehicles, with participants from government, academia, and industry, along with an exhibition featuring companies from the vehicle display industry, with a block of time dedicated to exhibitor presentations.

Note: In the interest of safety for all Vehicle Displays & Interfaces participants, event management will be observing health guidelines from the State of Michigan. All participants will be required to wear masks while attending event functions indoors.

To review the symposium program and exhibitor list or to register, go to www.VehicleDisplay.org
To secure an exhibitor booth, contact Danielle Rocco at drocco@pcm411.com.

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