Panelling and instruments used on the inside of a vehicle, the vehicle’s shape and size, interior seating or even sleeping options will become increasingly flexible. The special properties of nonwoven materials also allow entirely new approaches in design and can be used to attain enormous improvements in a variety of lightweight applications at a moderate price. These are just some of the trends that will be discussed at te Transportation "Sector Seminar."
Other transportation seminar speakers will include: Adrian Wilson, editor, Sustainable Nonwovens, who will look at the megatrends the industry and how these may change its structure in the future and their impact on suppliers to the sector; James Taylor, R & T Manager, Autoneum, who will look at the increasing use of nonwovens in vehicle interiors, in particular developments in the field of acoustic insulation in carpeting applications; and Egon Moos, the product manager, Röschling Automotive, who will examine the role of nonwovens in underbody applications for vehicles.
The seminar will be held in Room S, Hall 4 from 2-4:45 p.m. on Tuesday.