5th DVN AUTOMOTIVE LIDAR CONFERENCERegister now
Applications, Use Cases & Testing, Technology, Eco-System
Since their inception, DVN Lidar Conferences have quickly become the must-go technical congress to see and hear all about the latest innovations amidst the gal-loping growth of the automotive lidar sector. The fifth DVN LiDAR Conference is scheduled for November 30 December 1st, 2022 in the Frankfurt am Main area.
Luckily DVN could organize its 4th Lidar Conference last year November as a Live event with about 180 participants meeting each other face-to-face. The participants highly welcomed this opportunity for intense in-person networking. Also this year DVN have the firm ambition to celebrate the 5th anniversary of its Lidar Conference as a Live event with intense networking and highlighting the cornerstones of the history of the DVN Lidar conference. Nevertheless, DVN are well aware that the pandemic situation is not yet stable and travel restrictions might hamper participants to join personally in November. On the other hand, like in the 4th Lidar Conference we will strictly follow all applicable Corona regulations to safeguard the health of our conference participants.
Yole Goup will be part of the program with:
Pierrick BOULAY, Senior Technology & Market Analyst, Lighting and Display, will focus on the current status of the automotive lidar ecosystem and market perspectives
Wednesday, 30 November
4:30PM – 5:30PM
More information HERE
Senior Technology & Market Analyst, Lighting and Display
Pierrick Boulay is a Senior Technology & Market Analyst, Lighting and Display in the Photonics and Sensing Division at Yole Intelligence, part of Yole Group.
Pierrick works in the fields of Solid-State Lighting and Lighting Systems, carrying out technical, economic, and marketing analyses. In addition, he leads the automotive activities within the company.
Pierrick has authored several reports and custom analyses on topics such as automotive lighting, LiDAR, sensing for ADAS vehicles, and VCSELs.
Prior to Yole, Pierrick has worked in several companies where he developed his knowledge of lighting and automotive. In the past, he has mostly worked in R&D departments on LED lighting applications.
Pierrick holds a master’s degree in Electronics (ESEO – Angers, France).