Aschaffenburg, May 2017
22 presentations, pdf download
The SafetyUpDate has already become a tradition: since 2003 the congress has taken place annually in Aschaffenburg.
The idea behind the SafetyUpDate is simple:
Common seminars typically offer very little new information to experts, since such courses naturally must convey a lot of basic knowledge in order to bring all the participants to same level of knowledge. Experts, however, are particularly interested in the latest developments in their fields. That is what the SafetyUpDate provides: Within two days you receive a detailed update of all relevant fields in automotive safety. It works just like a software update: You do not have to reinstall the entire software, but only those modules that are really new.
All important areas of vehicle safety are addressed:
requirements session covers new findings in biomechanics and accident research, new legal requirements and changes in consumer tests like Euro NCAP. In the
methods session, experts present the latest news from testing and simulation and explain how these methods can help you to better meet the continuously increasing requirements. The third session focuses on
development strategies for frontal and side impacts. Experts show approaches for the most important crash scenarios.
Road Safety under the Trump Administration John F. Creamer, GlobalAutoRegs
Vehicle Presentati on: Opel Ampera-eMathias Poklitar, Adam Opel GmbH
The Future of Safety Testing: The new Mercedes-Benz Technology Center for Vehicle Safety Prof. Norbert Schaub, Daimler AG
Reducing Harm from Motor Vehicle Crashes: An Overview of IIHS’ Eff orts to promote Safer VehiclesDavid S. Zuby, IIHS Insurance Insti tute for Highway Safety
Euro NCAP Adult Occupant Protecti on: Further Development of the Requirements Volker Sandner, ADAC e.V.
Frontal and Side Impact Kai Golowko, Bertrandt Ingenieurbüro GmbH
Biomechanics Dr. Wolfram Hell, LMU Munich University
UN-R 79 Update: new Requirements on automated Steering Dr. Patrick Seiniger, BASt – German Federal Highway Research Institute
Euro NCAP Tests for AEB C2C Dr. Patrick Seiniger, BASt – German Federal Highway Research Institute
Euro NCAP Tests for AEB Pedestrian / Cyclist Dr. Patrick Seiniger, BASt – German Federal Highway Research Institute
CAE Simulation - Status and Outlook Mark Gevers, TECOSIM Technische Simulation GmbH
Safety and Crash Regulations Oliver Zander, BASt – German Federal Highway Research Institute
Pedestrian Protection Dirk-Uwe Gehring, BGS Böhme & Gehring GmbH Dr. Thomas Kinsky, Adam Opel GmbH
RCAR R-AEB Dr. Johann Gwehenberger, Allianz Zentrum für Technik GmbH (AZT)
Artificial Rain, Fog and Night - Indoor Active Safety Testing in CARISSMA Igor Doric & Sinan Hasirlioglu, TH Ingolstadt
Functional Development and Safety on the Way to Autonomous Driving Jochen Schwenninger & Kai Golowko, Bertrandt Ingenieurbüro GmbH
ADAS function validation with test fields using the example of Wien Dr. Andreas Kuhn, Andata Entwicklungstechnologie GmbH zwa
Level 3-Driving - What does a safe Takeover mean? Dr.-Ing. Matt hias Kühn, Unfallforschung der Versicherer - UDV
Mechatronic Safety of Vehicles with Alternative Drives Jens Lässer, BMW Group
Future Euro NCAP Collision Avoidance Testing Matthew Avery, Thatcham - The Motor Insurance Repair Research Centre Please note that some of the presentations are only available in German!