Würzburg, May 2019
9 presentations, pdf download
SafetyLighting focusses on the increasing importance of headlights in automotive safety, as new requirements for headlights were just introduced. IIHS established a new rating for headlights which evaluates both the illumination of the road and the glare of oncoming traffic. To achieve the highest IIHS award from 2018, the IIHS Top SafetyPick+, vehicles need to acquire a “Good” rating. NHTSA also included the topic into their plans for the U.S. NCAP upgrade and already published a test and rating procedure for it.
SafetyLighting presents current and future requirements for headlights as well as solutions and methods to meet these. Industry experts show the current developments in the field of automotive headlights.
Innovations for Safety in Automotive Lighting Dr.-Ing. Ernst-Olaf Rosenhahn, Johannes Geywitz-Senn - Automotive Lighting Reutlingen GmbH
Increased Driving Safety through Matrix and Pixel Beam Solutions Günther Hasna - OPTIS GmbH
Innovative Headlamp Technologies for Performance and Styling Dr. David Brunne - HELLA GmbH & Co. KGaA Towards Autonomous Cars – Improving the Human-Machine-Interface by Lighting Technologies Dr. Ralph Wirth - OSRAM Opto Semiconductors GmbH
Application and future Opportunities for Lighting in Automated Vehicles Helmut Tiesler-Wittig - Lumileds Germany GmbH
IIHS Headlight Testing: Optimizations in Development Dr.-Ing. Daniel Mensch - Volkswagen AG
IIHS Testing – IAV‘s automated Test Method Dr.-Ing. Benedikt Kleinert, Sven Bogdanow - IAV GmbH Ingenieurgesellschaft Auto und Verkehr
Shaping The Future of Urban Mobility Frank M. Rinderknecht - Rinspeed AG Future Lighting Technologies for the Safety of all Road Users Stephan Berlitz - AUDI AG