12th International Conference Intelligent Automotive Lighting 2012

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12th International Conference Intelligent Automotive Lighting 2012

  1. 1. The only event focusing lighting technologies and design! 12th International Conference IntellIgent Automotive Lighting 2012 Innovative lighting technology – Sophisticated design concepts – © Dmitriy Eremenkov - Fotolia.com Enhanced safety through lighting 30 January – 01 February 2012 Visit our download center for free white papers, articles and much more! Dormero Hotel Stuttgart, Germany www.iqpc-automotive-lighting.com/MM Chairmen: • Find out about standardization of possible LED-modules and gain detailed Prof. Dr. Alexander von Hoffmann, knowledge about requirements of LED-headlamps Director, STC Applied Lighting Technology, Germany • Gain insight into thermal and optical design of LED systems while exploring the modeling of light source colour Paul-Henri Matha, Technical Manager Lighting, • Discover glare-free high beam assist, its functionalities and Renault S.A.S, France requirements • Examine advantages of flexible OLEDs for lighting and display applications With contributions from leading • Learn how to enhance lighting performance for LED low bean for a international institutes and companies: reasonable after market price • BMW Group, Germany Learn from these experts amongst others: • Renault S.A.S., France Pavel Cerný, Team Leader Optical Simulations, Measurements, Concepts, ˇ • Visteon Deutschland GmbH, ŠKODA AUTO a.s., Czech Republic Germany • TNO Automotive Safety Dr. Mario Nagelstrasser, Driver Assistance Systems, Solutions, The Netherlands Head of Image Processing & Camera Technology BMW Group, Germany • IAV GmbH, Germany • STC Applied Lighting Technology, Francois Bedu, Product Manager Innovative Lighting, Germany Renault S.A.S., France • Oechsler AG, Germany • ATS Europe BV, The Netherlands • Universal Science BV, The Netherlands Benefit from our interactive workshops | Wednesday, 1 February • Delvis GmbH, Germany A LED low beam: Advantages and disadvantages of LEDs technology – • Visteon Autopal s.r.o., Czech Republic how Renault is developing competencies B Benchmarking of LED-headlamps • Hella Interior Ligthing Systems C Thermal design and management of high power LEDs GmbH, Germany D OLED – how to establish a new technology in automotive cockpits • Hella KGaA Hueck & Co., Germany Researched and developed by • ŠKODA AUTO a.s., Czech RepublicTo Register | T +49 (0)30 20 91 33 30 | F +49 (0)30 20 91 32 10 | E info@iqpc.de | www.iqpc-automotive-lighting.com/MM
  2. 2. 12th International Conference IntellIgent Automotive Lighting 2012 30.01. – 01.02.2012 | Dormero Hotel Stuttgart, Germany Sponsor This is what our speakers think about “Intelligent Automotive Lighting”: “Good to see advances and market situations. Good for contacts.” Gentex Corporation/Dave Falb Steffen Schmitz, Project Manager, Astron FIAMM Safety 600 N. Centennial Street/Zeeland MI 49464, USA Tel.: 616-772-1800 Fax: 616-772-5223 “Interesting and well organized.” E-Mail: David.falb@gentex.com www.gentex.com Mike Greenrod, Design Director, CTP Wipac Ltd. “Good networking, even for related industries.” Jean-Marie Bourgeois-Jacquet, Interior Lighting and Electronics Advanced Engineer, Visteon Systemes Interieurs SAS OPTIS GmbH / Jörg Mayer Zettrachring 10 70567 Stuttgart, Germany Tel.: +49 711 49097 116 Fax: +49 711 49097 202 E-Mail: jmayer@optis-world.com www.optis-world.com WHO WILL YOU MEET – RECENT DELEGATE PROFILE: Industry Department Mentor Graphics Hanauer Landstrasse 114-116 60314 Frankfurt, Germany Tel.: +49 (0)69 13 02 53 0 Fax: +49 (0)69 13 02 53 53 E-Mail: design_simulation@mentor.com www.mentor.com/mechanical Media Partners just-auto.com is the leading online resource for the global automotive indus- try. With daily breaking news, in-depth Automotive OEMs Lighting design interior/exterior analysis and comment from expert ana- Lighting system suplliers R&D development interior/exterior lysts, just-auto helps over 90,000 execu- tives and decision Lighting components suplliers Cockpit design makers each month. Solid state lighting manufacturers R&D electronic integration OLED manufacturers R&D safety and driver assistance systems Optical systems LED development Sales & marketing SupplierBusiness is a business research company focused on automotive Business development supply base issues. We provide the most comprehensive coverage of the global automotive supplier community, adding between twenty and thirty original stories to our archives on developments every week. All editorial coverage is originally researched by SupplierBusiness, and most appears exclusively in SupplierBusiness weekly Insight or monthly Analysis news- letters, both of which are published both Team Discounts | We are offering attractive Team Discounts, please contact us! on this website and in PDF format. In addition to these subscription products, we also publish and compile reports and databases on the global automotive supply base. www.supplierbusiness.comTo Register | T +49 (0)30 20 91 33 30 | F +49 (0)30 20 91 32 10 | E info@iqpc.de | www.iqpc-automotive-lighting.com/MM
  3. 3. 12th International Conference IntellIgent Automotive Lighting 2012 CONFERENCE DAY ONE | Monday 30 January 2012 09:00 Registration & Coffee 14:20 LED low beam: Advantages and O sig disadvantages of LEDs technology. in EM ht 09:30 Chairman’s welcome & opening address How Renault is developing competencies? Prof. Dr. Alexander von Hoffmann, • Styling and watt power consumption Director, • Enhanced lighting performances STC Applied Lighting Technology, Germany • Standardization and signature • Aftermarket solution and costs Innovative lighting technologies: LED-headlamps Francois Bedu, Product Manager Innovative Lighting, 09:40 Standardization of LED-modules for Renault S.A.S., France automotive lighting • Current status for LED-modules 15:00 3-dimensional lighting concepts • Requirements of LED-headlamps • Selection of circuit board materials • Technology changes for LED-lightsources • LED choice and integration • Next generation of LED-modules • Examples of implementations Dr. Michael Kleinkes, Dr. Markus Klein, Vice President Development Senior Manager Lighting, Lighting Technology, Visteon Germany GmbH, Germany Hella KGaA Hueck & Co., Germany 15:40 Refreshment break & networking 10:20 Thermal and optical design of LED systems • Thermal LED-system modeling and simulation Enhanced safety through lighting • Optical LED-system modeling and simulation • Modeling of light source color 16:10 Glare-free high beam assist O sig Prof. Dr. Alexander von Hoffmann, • Motivation to apply a glare free high in EM ht Director, beam assist STC Applied Lighting Technology, Germany • Functionality of a glare-free high beam assist 11:00 Refreshment break & networking • Requirements on technology • Test and validation 11:30 Enhanced design and materials for • Further developments thermal management of high power LEDs Dr. Mario Nagelstrasser, • New design trends in thermal management Head of Image Processing & solutions for high power LEDs Camera Technology, • Thermal interface material study – BMW Group, Germany a comparison with focus on design elements • Case studies 16:50 Dynamic software-based assessment Ad Musters, of lighting functions O sig in EM ht Managing Director, • Current methods of low beam and high Universal Science BV, The Netherlands beam assessment • Extension of static evaluation methods 12:10 Promising thermal management concepts • Dynamic assessment of AFS lighting for plastic parts for LED application functions – methods and application examples • Intelligent systems for efficient thermal ˇ Pavel Cerný, management Team Leader Optical Simulations, • Requirements for materials (metals, Measurements, Concepts, semiconductors and ceramics) ŠKODA AUTO a.s., Czech Republic • A question of complexity? Approaches to reduce weight, surface and volume of 17:30 Closing remarks of the Chairman and future LEDs end of conference day one Dr. Marco Wacker, CTO, OECHSLER AG, Germany Get-Together Join us for an informal evening get-together 12:50 Networking luncheon at a typical Stuttgart venue for dinner and drinks! Meeting point: 18:45 at hotel lobbyTo Register | T +49 (0)30 20 91 33 30 | F +49 (0)30 20 91 32 10 | E info@iqpc.de | www.iqpc-automotive-lighting.com/MM
  4. 4. 12th International Conference IntellIgent Automotive Lighting 2012 CONFERENCE DAY TWO | Tuesday 31 January 2012 08:30 Registration & Coffee Panel Discussion: Style & design – 08:55 Chairman’s welcome & opening address a cross industry insight Paul-Henri Matha, Technical Manager Lighting, Renault S.A.S., France 11:30 Brightening the universe of creation – discuss these and other topics with our Testing of lighting technologies expert speakers: • Lighting design – state of the art 09:00 A special environment for significant • Different approaches of enhanced lighting testing and evaluation of vehicle lighting design • IAV`s light hall: Indoor test facility for • Ways to create strong icons and a brand’s vehicle lighting signature • Evaluation of head lamps • Future aspects of lighting design • Evaluation of signal lamps Ulrike Brandi, Dr. Michael Marutzky, Industrial Designer, Technical Consultant Light & Vision, Ulrike Brandi Licht, Germany IAV GmbH, Germany Carsten Befelein, Marketing aspects of LEDs CEO, CB-Lichtdesign, Germany 09:40 Benchmarking of LED headlamps – unravelling the mysteries 12:45 Networking luncheon • Setting the right test sequence – some tests can be done only once Interior lighting • Getting to know the headlamp – collecting relevant information 14:15 The next step in interior lighting • Bringing it to life – performance evaluation • Lighting as a sales argument under the stress • Ways to highlight the interior • Headlamp autopsy – the dark side of • Multi-color RGB lighting benchmarking • Electrical integration • “Cult item” issue – the things we do not Dr. Herbert Wambsganß, understand Director of Engineering, Dr. Jan Popelek, Hella Interior Lighting Systems GmbH, Senior Optical Engineer, Germany Visteon-Autopal s.r.o., Czech Republic 14:55 Refreshment break & networking 10:20 Refreshment break & networking OLEDS – a promising feature to illuminate Lighting design as a sales argument the interior of automotive cockpit 10:50 Light and shadow 15:35 Flexible OLEDs for lighting and displays • Seven days: The meaning of light • Current status of development of flexible • Iconic intelligence: Reading the signs OLEDs at Holst Centre • Seeing and believing: A light story beyond • Possible advantages of OLEDs for use in tomorrow automobiles • Challenges that still have to tackled Dr. ir. A.M.B. Ton van Mol, Program Manager Printed Organic Lighting & Signage, Electrodes and Barriers, TNO, The Netherland 16:15 Closing remarks of the Chairman and end of conference day two Get free white papers, articles and much more! www.iqpc-automotive-lighting.com/MMTo Register | T +49 (0)30 20 91 33 30 | F +49 (0)30 20 91 32 10 | E info@iqpc.de | www.iqpc-automotive-lighting.com/MM
  5. 5. 12th International Conference IntellIgent Automotive Lighting 2012 INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP DAY | Wednesday, 1 February 2012 09:30 Registration & Coffee 11:30 Refreshment break & networking Workshop A: 10:00 – 13:00 Workshop B: 10:00 – 13:00 LED low beam: Advantage and disadvantage of LEDs Benchmarking of LED headlamps technology – how Renault is developing competencies According to Renault presentation LED low beam: Join this workshop to assess the following aspects: Advantage and disadvantage of LED technology – how Renault is developing competencies in this workshop the • Market overview of LED headlamps following topics will be discussed in detail: • Performance and design aspects of current LEDheadlamps • Styling • Marketing aspects (design, efficiency, reliability) • Watt power consumption • Future trends (styling, functions, materials, light sources) • Better lighting performances • Standardization Dr. Marco Redwitz, Head of Electronic and Function • Signature Development, DELVIS GmbH, Germany • Aftermarket solution • Cost Ombeline Percie Du Sert, LED Lighting Engineer, Renault S.A.S., France 13:00 Networking luncheon 15:30 Refreshment break & networking Workshop C: 14:00 – 17:00 Workshop D: 14:00 – 17:00 Thermal design and management of high power LEDs OLED – How to establish a new technology in automotive cockpits • Understanding why thermal management is important OLEDs are seen as one of the future design and styling The participants will gain an appreciation as to why devices of automotive cockpit. To guarantee proper func- thermal management is important for the design of tionality experts are still working on improvements of driv- lamps based on LEDs ing concepts for long lifetime and low power consumptions. • Available cooling solutions The participants will be exposed to best-in-class industry In this workshop the following topics will be discussed: practices and the market available cooling for cooling of LED based lamps • Possibilities of styling and design • Case studies, what is possible with good engineering • Meta language through OLED The case studies that are represented will include some • Technical challenges of the cooling solution designs that have been developed • Future developments by Advanced Thermal Solutions, Inc. A review of these designs will make the audience aware that with For further information, please visit: excellence in engineering, expensive cooling solutions www.iqpc-automotive-lighting.com/MM can be avoided and lesser-cost cooling solutions can be deployed instead. • Experiment, measurement of junction temperature Temperature versus light output. Junction/ board temperature measurements, its effect on board design. Ing. Norbert Engelberts, Managing Director, ATS Europe BV, The Netherlands 17:00 End of Workshop dayTo Register | T +49 (0)30 20 91 33 30 | F +49 (0)30 20 91 32 10 | E info@iqpc.de | www.iqpc-automotive-lighting.com/MM
  6. 6. 4 Ways to Register 12th International Conference IntellIgent Fax: +49 (0)30 20 91 32 10 Automotive Lighting 2012 Post: IQPC Gesellschaft für Management Konferenzen mbH Friedrichstraße 94 30.01. – 01.02.2012 | Dormero Hotel Stuttgart, Germany 10117 Berlin, Germany Online: www.iqpc-automotive-lighting.com/MM If undeliverable, please return to: IQPC GmbH | Friedrichstraße 94 | D-10117 Berlin, Germany Email: info@iqpc.de For further information Phone: +49 (0)30 20 91 33 30 BOOKINGCODE PDFW Venue and Accommodation DORMERO Hotel Stuttgart Plieninger Str. 100 70567 Stuttgart, Germany Tel.: +49 (0)711 721 1050 Fax: +49 (0)711 721 2931 E-mail: reservations.stuttgart@dormero.de yOUR DETAILS: PLEASE CONTACT OUR DATABASE MANAGER (VERTEILER@IQPC.DE) AND INFORM THEM OF ANy INCORRECT www.dormero-hotel-stuttgart.de DETAILS WHICH WILL BE AMENDED ACCORDINGLy Congress Packages Standard Price Accommodation: A limited number of reduced rate rooms are available at the conference hotel. 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