RedCabin Profile

What is RedCabin? RedCabin Summits are globally celebrated events which bring leaders from across the transport world together for one purpose: to transform how we travel. From aviation to automotive and rail interiors, we use our expertise to develop new products, partnerships and processes which tackle the biggest challenges facing passengers and operators today.

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December 01-03, 2020 | Virtual LIVE

Main topics to be discussed:
  • Innovation – Degree of novelty or methodology to deliver
  • Touchless IFE
  • Is there a synergy between Biz Jets and Commercial Airlines?
  • A lighter future for aviation interiors
  • Healthy Cabin
  • Retrofit vs. Linefit – How Can We Quick-Start Innovation?
  • Big Ideas for the New Normal
  • Collaboration between Suppliers
  • New concept of economy class particularly for long haul flights
  • AIRTEK – Sustainable Cabin Structures
  • Beyond COVID: Design Acceleration
  • End-user perspective
  • Certification in the face of COVID

December 07 – 08, 2022

Berlin, Germany

Main topics to be discussed:
  • Learn how to scale up electrolyser units, their different technologies and manufacturing processes 
  • Discuss how to increase efficiency and cut costs by improving electrolyser design, materials and components, and balance of plant (BoP) 
  • Explore how to integrate large electrolysers into renewable systems, plants, processes and value chains to scale up their industrial application 
  • Enlarge your network with industry experts from all parts of the electrolyser value chain and learn from each other 

March 21-23, 2023

Airbus | Hamburg, Germany

  • New approach to digital cabin and comfort
  • Sustainability from the view of a cabin supplier, design house and an airline, particularly on lightweight materials
  • Understand value chain of cabin interiors-how to approach decision makers
  • LCC for long haul market, Current opportunity and future cabin development
  • Is first class still profitable, and how to differentiate first class cabin to the current business class cabin which already looks like first class?
  • Latest technologies for sustainable cabin solutions

September 13-15, 2022

Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Main topics to be discussed:
  • Get opportunities to reconnect and get back to what we all love most – connecting others through flight
  • Discussing on materials that are sustainable, light, and easy to recycle
  • Understanding new airlines strategies particularly on cabin design and fleet selections
  • Where is the market in-terms of accessibility
  • Learning on Chinese aesthetics and how this is applied to cabin interior on certain airlines
  • Cabin design and technologies for low cost carriers

September 27, 2022

Fraport Conference Center, Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Main topics to be discussed:
  • Sustainability of materials. How can we consider materials as sustainable for future mobility?
  • Towards a decarbonized mobility through advanced connectivity
  • Smart cities and how it will affect autonomous transportation (connectivity)
  • Heading towards carbon-free production – the new factory
  • Sustainable materials for ADAS (radar, lidar, artificial intelligence, cognitive vehicles)
  • Advanced recycling technologies for batteries in Electric Vehicles

November 08 – 09, 2022

IdeasTrain hall Rödelheim | Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Main topics to be discussed:
  • Update on idea train, from concept to reality
  • Tour on DB’s future fleets
  • Sustainable materials for railway interior. Where are we at the moment and how can we improve on sustainability
  • Lightweight interior
  • Collaborations between suppliers and operators/ manufacturers
  • Modern interior of locomotive
  • Innovation from UK
  • High speed interior innovation
  • And many more

April 18-20, 2023

Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

Main topics to be discussed:
  • Overview of bus interior and its future in USA
  • Panel discussion on bus interior. Focus on comfort, accessibility and design
  • Interior perspective from an electric bus manufacturer
  • Panel discussion bus interior for long distance travel in USA
  • Cross over between train interior and bus interior! What can a bus manufacturer learn from this
  • Bus interior aesthetic ( CMF)
  • Trend of rail interior in North and South America
  • Collaboration between design houses, operators and train manufacturers
  • Railway interior innovation from light rail and high speed train
  • Tenders for railway interior
  • Cross over between bus interior and rail interior, how can we learn from each other?
  • Exclusive tour of Stadler Rail USA and its latest project in America

April 25 – 26, 2023

Automotive Hall of Fame | Dearborn, MI, USA

Main topics to be discussed:
  • Accelerated technology change in Commercial Vehicle steering systems challenge – flexible solutions for a transitional period
  • Steer-by-Wire as enabler for new chassis architectures
  • Alternative / future steering devices and methods
  • Future vehicle motion management – SbW and Bosch VDC2.0
  • Best in class software solutions for advanced steering systems
  • Braking / powertrain point of view with regards to steering systems – where do we draw the line in chassis control
  • Supply chain challenges within the steering systems market
  • Virtualization in steering development
  • Steering systems for Heavy Duty Vehicles
  • Future of steering systems in Light Duty Vehicles
  • Software defined vehicles – chances and risks

May 16 – 17, 2023

Berlin, Germany

Main topics to be discussed:
  • Steer-by-Wire – Latest Developments
  • The „life“ after Steer-by-Wire: What will be next: 2035 and beyond?
  • Safety requirements for autonomous driving in respect of Steer-by-Wire technology (ASPICE)
  • Light Commercial Vehicles – EPS for automated driving level 3
  • Advanced Steering Systems for Heavy Duty Vehicles
  • New methods and processes of virtual validation to simulate prototype phase
  • Software Defined Vehicles – Chances and risks
  • Semi-automate driving in urban area level 2++


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