Headlamp Design at the Dawn of Autonomous Driving

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Today’s automotive headlamp innovations aim at improving the perception (understanding) of the environment at night not only for the driver but also for the vehicle itself when in autonomous mode.
The future of headlamp design will combine digital light and sensor vision to raise comfort and safety to a new level and make autonomous driving at night safe and reliable.
ANSYS Optis virtual prototyping is a unique platform offering physics-based simulation of both light and sensor vision. Discover how to virtually design, test and validate advanced headlamp systems using: 

  • Smart design with lightguide optimization
  • Smart lighting based on digital lighting
  • Smart headlamps with sensor integration

Attend this webinar  to discover why Optis physics-based simulation is the ultimate solution for the future of smart headlamp systems.
Cedric Bellanger, Product Marketing Manager
Engineer and communicator, Cédric is an industry maverick who has worked successfully in the worlds of PLM, luxury goods, motorcycles, light simulation and VR design. His current focus is understanding the virtual prototyping needs of industries and spreading the value proposition of ANSYS. 
Julien Muller, Product Owner ANSYS SPEOS
Julien is an optical engineer from Ecole Supérieur d'Optique. He worked at Valeo Lighting, where he was first in charge of the optimization of light guides. Then, in an LED lighting research project, he worked on the Ford Mondeo and the Seat Leon and collaborated with Nichia, Osram and Philips to develop the future LEDs for automotive lighting. He is now a SPEOS product manager at ANSYS where he develops key functions for major automotive manufacturers and suppliers.