14. – 16. Mai 2024

SafetyTesting Challenge

14. Mai 2024

Hier sehen Sie einen Rückblick auf das Programm der SafetyTesting Challenge 2023. Sobald das Programm der Konferenz 2024 steht, finden Sie es an dieser Stelle.

Dienstag, 23.05.2023

Welcome and Introduction
Constantin Hoffmann - carhs.training gmbh


State of the Art Passive Safety Testing and Solutions for AV Testing

Vorsitz: Kai Golowko - Bertrandt Ingenieurbüro GmbH
The Challenge
Kai Golowko - Bertrandt Ingenieurbüro GmbH

Sled Testing Upgrades - Reliability & Performance
Marcel Nickel - Instron GmbH

Merging Active Safety Testing Into Passive Safety Testing
Torsten Reddöhl, Yah-Lih Chen - MESSRING GmbH

Dynamic Yaw Testing on a ServoSled
Philipp Tölke - Seattle Safety Europe GmbH

Global Standardized Lab Workflows with Connected Solutions and Digital ATDs
Gerhard Pfeifer - ATD-LabTech GmbH; Dr. Thomas Kinsky - Humanetics Europe GmbH

Characterizing the response of reclined vehicle occupants in frontal impacts
Dr. Francisco Lopez-Valdes - Universidad Pontificia Comillas; Mònica González Gordo - ENCOPIM, S.L.

Next Level of DTI Integration – DiMOD 1.6 for In-Dummy and Vehicle Instrumentation
Alexander Schmitt - Kistler Instrumente GmbH

Safety Matters – ever more human
Klaas Ebel - measX GmbH & Co. KG


Advances in Active Safety Testing and next Level Testing Environment

Vorsitz: Dr. Nils Katzorke - Mercedes-Benz AG
The Challenge
Dr. Nils Katzorke - Mercedes-Benz AG

4active Tools
Bahaa Salhab - 4activeSystems GmbH

The Way to Get a Proving Ground ready for Testing Autonomous Vehicles
Felix Koksch - DEKRA Automobil GmbH

  • Requirements for proving grounds to cover the variety of scenario-based testing
  • Automated swarm test for reproducible representation of road users through standardized scenario description
  • Test environment consisting of control center with safety concept, 5G communication, infrastructure sensors as well as target movers and robotic vehicles as traffic participants
IAV Alma – Vehicle Testing made easy
Manuel Jentzsch - IAV GmbH Ingenieurgesellschaft

New Approaches for indoor Testing
Michael Graf - CARISSMA Institute of Safety in Future Mobility C-ISAFE

  • Test methods in an indoor test environment
  • Controlled test manoeuvres with multiple objects
  • New rain system
  • Light simulator
  • New custom developed targets: Car4 target and pedestrian dummy
Enhancing In-Cabin Safety with International Strength
Dr. Zhibo Wen - LiangDao GmbH


Virtual Testing

Vorsitz: Mark Gevers - TECOSIM GmbH
The Challenge
Mark Gevers - TECOSIM GmbH

The Use of Simcenter Solutions to Analyse Automotive Occupant Safety in Various Seating Postures
Karan Chatrath - Siemens Digital Industries Software

  • Virtual Testing is playing an increasing role in the introduction of novel safety systems for road vehicles. Innovations in restraint systems require assessments in a large number of load cases. Moreover, with the advances in automated driving, there is an interest in the assessment of alternate seating postures and how restraint systems can be optimized for each proposed posture. To evaluate all seating positions in all load cases, fast and reliable simulations play a key role.
  • Simulations combining pre-crash manoeuvres followed by a crash have a long solve-time. Typically pre-crash phases of such simulations consume a larger amount of time. Moreover, for many analyses involving restraint system optimization, they may be redundant. Re-running entire simulations (pre-rash+crash) repeatedly may lead to unnecessarily prolonged studies for safety system assessment.
  • How can Simcenter accelerate safety system development for alternate seating postures to the market?
Predicting Li-Ion Battery Damages and thermal Runaway under mechanical Loading through Simulation
Jean-Baptiste Mouillet - Altair Engineering GmbH

Utilizing AI to Improve Prediction Quality for Reduced Run Time Dummy Models
Franz Plaschkies - Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt in Cooperation with Humanetics Innovative Solutions