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2nd International Conference Automotive Cockpit Systems 21 - 23 March, 2011

(PresseBox) (Berlin, ) Tolerance simulation, measuring human perception, new materials, and electronics in automotive interiors are just some of the issues automotive interior designers and developers need to address. At IQPC’s 2nd International Conference Automotive Cockpit Systems from 21 - 23 March in Frankfurt, Germany, professionals in the field will come together to discuss new technologies and developments in automotive cockpits and cockpits systems, and hear best practice updates from industry leaders.

Main topics of the conference will include:
• Unique cockpit interior: Modern materials in cockpit systems to suit the latest trends
• Innovative methods of integrating cockpit modules
• Lightweight materials: The next generation of polyurethane surfaces for cockpit interiors
• Understanding the benefits of using composites with biogenic reinforcement for automotive interiors
• Tolerance management: Statistical 3D-tolerance simulation to simulate geometry, assembly and tolerancing effects
• Human perception: Why OEM’s measure perceived quality and the innovative instruments currently being used

Delegates can further intensify their knowledge by taking part in interactive workshops on the following topics:
• Creating unique interior designs
• Tolerance management and statistical 3D-tolerance simulation
• Use of bio-based materials and natural fibre composites
• 3D as a driver for new Automotive HMI's

Participating companies and institutions include BMW, Audi, ThyssenKrupp Steel Europe AG, Technical University Munich, Hella Innenleuchten-Systeme GmbH, Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Polymer Research IAP, Coventry University and more.

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