PraxisConference AEB 2015

PraxisConference AEB 2015

Bicester, UK, July 2015
16 presentations, pdf download

Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) is proving to be one of the most effective technologies available today to reduce the number of rear end car-to-car collisions. Further advances in the technology are underway:

  • AEB for Vulnerable Road Users
  • AEB for intersection collision avoidance

In the near future the AEB technology will be accompanied by Autonomous Emergency Steering (AES). The combination of AEB and AES has the potential to also reduce both car-to-car head-on collisions and single-car accidents.

As more engineers in the industry are involved in Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) technologies development and adaptation, it is now important to provide a forum for the exchange of knowledge and experiences.

Presentations:

  • Opening Talk
    Andrew Miller, Chief Technical Officer, Thatcham Research
  • Prognosis of the Safety Potential of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems with special Focus on AEB 
    Dr. rer. nat. Johann Gwehenberger, AZT Automotive GmbH Allianz Zentrum für Technik
  • Accident Scenarios relevant to AEB
    Nicholas Basch, IIHS Highway Loss Data Institute
  • Data Bases for the Evaluation of integral Safety
    Dr.-Ing. Lars Hannawald, Verkehrsunfallforschung an der Technischen Universität Dresden GmbH
  • Overview of Field Data
    Nick Clay, Thatcham Research
  • JNCAP Activity of Advanced Safety Technology Assessment
    Shingo Nomoto, NASVA
  • Status of Implementation of Euro NCAP's Roadmap 2020
    Nick Clay, Thatcham Research
  • The Torricelli Brake – significantly Reduction of Stopping Distance for AEB
    John Lang, Autoliv Research
  • Dynamic Pedestrian Target for the Test of active Safety Systems
    Igor Doric,CARISSMA, Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt
  • AEB Systems at Jaguar Land Rover
    Nicola Natali, Jaguar Land Rover Ltd
  • Volvo’s First-Generation Auto Brake in Intersections
    Dr. Andrew Backhouse, Volvo Car Corporation
  • UFO - Ultraflat overrunable Target Carrier and 3D full Vehicle Target
    Dr. Jürgen Gugler, DSD - Dr. Steffan Datentechnik GmbH
  • Automotive Toolbox for ADAS and Functional Safety
    Raimund Trummer, Dewetron GmbH
  • Reducing the Cost of AEB Testing
    Julian Thomas, RACELOGIC Ltd.
  • Demonstration of Target - Scope of Application and Handling
    Leonard Meixner, MESSRING Systembau GmbH
  • Working with multiple Vehicles in realistic Traffic Scenarios
    Paris Austin, OxTS
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