26. – 27. September 2023 | Klettwitz

Thursday, September 22, 2022

The times given here refer to CEST = UTC+2h

09:00 Welcome
Maren Finck - carhs.training gmbh


09:10 Euro NCAP: New AEB & LSS Scenarios
Dr.-Ing. Olaf Schädler - Continental Autonomous Mobility Germany GmbH
  • New Test Cases incl. Evaluation
  • Pedestrian
    • Turning and crossing scenarios (Car-to-Pedestrian Turning Adult, CPTA) / Reverse scenarios (Car-to-Pedestrian Reverse Adult/Child / Night tests for pedestrians
  • Cyclists
    • Turning and crossing scenarios (Car-to-Bicyclist Turning Adult)
  • Motorcyclists
    • Longitudinal Scenarios (Car-to-Motorcyclist Rear) / Turning and Crossing Scenarios (Car-to-Motorcyclist Front Turn-Across Path) / Lateral scenarios (Lateral Support Systems)
  • Car-to-Car
    • Car-to-Car Crossing straight crossing path / Car-to-Car Front head on
  • Lane Support Systems
09:55 Requirements on ESS (Evasive Steering Support) Systems
Andreas Rigling - ADAC Technik Zentrum Landsberg
  • Accident Research
  • Benchmark Workshop
  • ESS test development
  • Euro NCAP Adoption from 2023
  • Further development from 2025
10:25 C-NCAP Current Status and Roadmap 2025
Lu Zhang - CATARC - China Automotive Technology & Research Center
  • C-NCAP active safety roadmap
  • Practice in Assisted Driving Assessment
  • Thoughts on the Evaluation of Autonomous Driving
10:40 Coffee Break
11:10 Legal Requirements on Active Safety Systems
Dr.-Ing. Patrick Seiniger - BASt - German Federal Highway Research Institute
  • New revision of AEBS for heavy duty vehicles
  • Alternative test procedure for more robust blind spot information systems
  • Overview over requirements from the General Safety Regulation 2
  • Other current drafts
12:10 Toward Trustworthy ADAS: Development of Testing Methods for Robustness and Explainability
Dr. Akos Kriston - European Commission
12:40 Lunch Break
13:40 IIHS Active Safety Testing and Changes to the Rating Programs
David Aylor - Insurance Institute for Highway Safety
  • IIHS Day Pedestrian AEB Testing
  • Pedestrian AEB effectiveness
  • New IIHS Night Pedestrian AEB testing


14:10 Why and How to Validate Models & Simulations for ADAS/AD
Dr.-Ing. Christopher Wiegand - dSPACE GmbH
  • Validation vs. Verification
  • Insights into the process of validating models and simulations
  • Learn how to validate simulations & models

Introduction to the Demo Day

14:55 New Automotive Testing Solutions in Pferdsfeld
Marco Krohn - TRIWO Automotive Testing GmbH
15:00 Covering All Angles: Using OxTS RT-Range to Validate ADAS Performance
Robert Gough - Oxford Technical Solutions Ltd
15:05 Revolutionizing Vulnerable Road User Protection Testing
Markus Schmidl - Humanetics Austria GmbH
15:10 Bertrandt
Kai Golowko - Bertrandt Ingenieurbüro GmbH
15:15 iMAR
Patrik Vockenberg - iMAR Navigation GmbH
15:20 Efficient Tool Chain at the Proving Ground
Bahaa Salhab - 4activeSystems GmbH
15:25 Stähle
15:30 Dooring: A Theme of GeneSys Worlds
Peter Arnold - GeneSys Elektronik GmbH
15:35 Real World Safety – Testing Beyond Protocols
Bernhard Bonde - MESSRING GmbH
15:40 Coffee Break

Automation on Test Tracks

16:10 Road Markings for Automated Driving
Friedrich Wiesinger - SWARCO AG
  • Road markings for automated driving
  • Detection of markings by various ADAS sensor systems
  • International harmonization of road markings
  • Application examples AV test tracks
16:30 Challenges in Robot Executed ADAS Testing in Start From Stop Scenarios
Bryan Bourauel - BASt - German Federal Highway Research Institute
16:40 Automation in the Verification of Active Safety Systems
Kai Golowko - Bertrandt Ingenieurbüro GmbH


Friday, September 23, 2022

Demonstrations by the following companies at the TRIWO proving ground Pferdsfeld:

Tour of the Test Site

Get to know all the testing possibilities at the test site on the round trip.

Efficient Tool Chain at the Proving Ground

The four partners show what is needed to perform scenarios with multiple road users in a plannable
and reproducible way on test areas.

Dooring: A Theme of GeneSys Worlds

Revolutionizing Vulnerable Road User Protection Testing


  • Demonstration of high-speed driving behavior of the UFOmicro
  • Realistic pedestrian behavior with unique turn on the spot UFOnano function
  • Seamless integration with Humanetics active safety product family for synchronized testing

Real World Safety – Testing Beyond Protocols


  • Adult Pedestrian Target (APT) on Linear Mover in driving test 
  • SprayMaker setup and driving demonstration
  • PCT – Playing Child Target – driving test
  • CPD Dummy – Child Presence Detection - setup and demonstration inside the vehicle

Demonstration of RT-Range and Multiple Sensor Points
during a CCFtap Scenario

The VUT will turn towards the oncoming vehicle in order to demonstrate the target vehicle coming into view by different sensors as the VUT moves.