Phoenix | Brussels


What does the future look like for in-cabin monitoring technology?
Getting to the centre of debate around regulations, safety, convenience and comfort.


Opening up discussion on the latest design trends and evaluation and research practices


Exploring developments in the regulatory landscape and what’s next for in-cabin monitoring


Conversations around comfort, privacy and well-being; including the shift towards software-defined vehicles


Building an immersive car and enhancing the user experience

Schedule of events


June 20th


Exhibitor Setup

Exhibition opens for Welcome Drinks Reception

Round table discussions


June 21st

Conference & Exhibition

Drinks Reception


June 22nd

Conference & Exhibition

Exhibitor Tear down


Attendees can expect to see sessions covering topics from legislative and regulatory updates on automotive safety, through to the evolution of comfort features in the cabin. A core focus will be given to HMI designs and evaluation, Engineers will understand how HMI should underpin what they are doing, whilst understanding more about how OEMs can differentiate themselves via in-cabin technology and innovations that are being developed to help them do so. 


Our top pick of the preliminary agenda, presented on two stages across two technical tracks.

Regulatory Perspective

Euro NCAP looking ahead to 2030 In-Cabin Monitoring Assessment

Adriano Palao

Adriano Palao
Technical Manager – ADAS & AD at European New Car Assessment Programme

Detected! Now What? Human Factors in the Design and Evaluation of Effective Interventions

Joanne Harbluk

Joanne Harbluk
Human Factors & Crash Avoidance Specialist
Transport Canada

Reflections from the Euro NCAP HMI and Human Factors Working Group

The evolution of in-cabin UX

The Augmented Cabin. A third space that takes you places.

Adrian Capata

Adrian Capata
SVP In-Cabin Sensing at DTS/Xperi

The next evolution of comfort features for today and tomorrow’s consumer: how can OEMs differentiate themselves via in-cabin technology, and what are they looking for to achieve that aim?

Marco Willems

Marco Willems
Head of Vehicle occupant Monitoring

The next evolution of comfort features for today and tomorrow’s consumer: how can OEMs differentiate themselves via in-cabin technology, and what are they looking for to achieve that aim?

HMI designs and evaluation

The importance of HMI and the risk of breaking trust with the consumer; how it should underpin what engineers are doing

Understanding the Pillar to pillar trend

Research session: how drivers self-regulate secondary tasks – touchscreen interactions, glance behaviour and driving automation

How to design and evaluate an instructive interface for transfer of control in a level 2 automated driving system

Sensor choices for in-cabin use-cases

In-cabin radar-based/RGB-IR and 3D Time-of-Flight sensing developments

Advanced Perception Technologies enabling Adaptive Restraint Control

Panel discussion: Data privacy and transparency within driver monitoring – How do we ensure drivers trust their DMS data is safe?

Björn Meyer

Björn Meyer, Head of Automotive Semiconductor Marketing, Sony Europe B.V.

The future of personalization in the cabin

Privacy approaches to identification

In-Cabin Emotion Sensing

Panel: Future of payments/transactions in the vehicle

Further speaking companies include...

  • ZF
  • Robert Bosch GmbH
  • Neonode
  • Anyverse
  • Huero Labs
  • Optalert
  • Smart Eye
  • Tobii

Plus, technical sessions on synthetic data and simulation, and the software/architectural challenge and more to be announced

Book by 2nd June to save €200 on your InCabin Brussels pass