July 18 – 19, 2024 | Shanghai, China

Here you see a recap of the program of the Automotive Safety Summit Shanghai 2023. As soon as the program of the 2024 conference is finalized, you will find it here.

Wednesday, July 19, 2023

Welcome to SafetySummit 2023
Rainer Hoffmann - carhs.training gmbh


Worldwide Regulations and NCAPs - What's New?

Chair: Rainer Hoffmann - carhs.training gmbh
C-NCAP Assessment Based on Chinese Traffic Safety Practices
Xiangrong Li - CATARC - China Automotive Technology & Research Center
  • CATC Highlight
  • C-NCAP Protocol and Roadmap Update
  • Plan
ASEAN NCAP Protocol 2021-2025
Salina Mustaffa - Malaysian Institute of Road Safety Research (MIROS)
  • Introduction to ASEAN NCAP
  • Current Protocol for 2021-2025
  • ASEAN NCAP Star Rating Application
  • Brief of ASEAN NCAP Roadmap 2026-2030
Euro NCAP Vision2030 - Next Steps for Implementation
Dr. Michiel van Ratingen - Euro NCAP
  • 2023 Rating, First Results Under the New Regime
  • Outline of Euro NCAP Vision 2030
  • Progress of the Overall Safety Rating and the Test & Assessment Protocols for 2026
  • Assisted Driving 2.0
U.S. NCAP – Introduction of a Pedestrian Protection Assessment
Ralf Reuter - carhs.training gmbh
  • Pedestrian Protection Test Procedures
  • Assessment Procedures
  • Differences from Euro NCAP
ADAS, DCAS, ADS - How Do They Fit into L1 - L4?
John F. Creamer - GlobalAutoRegs.com


Advances in Safety Testing Technologies - Part 1

Chair: Dayong Wang - SAIC Motor Co., Ltd.
An Holistic Approach to Improve Vehicle Safety
Roderick Verschut - Humanetics Europe GmbH
  • Digital Roadmap
  • Digitized Calibration Lab
  • Advanced Dummies - THOR 50M/5F
  • Tools for Upcoming Challenges - THOR AV, Elderly Dummy, Obese Dummy
Advanced Applications for New Challenges
Youwen Wu - Instron (Shanghai) Limited
  • Dynamic Yaw
  • AEB Crash Simulation
  • Active Lateral Intrusion System (ALIS)
Realistic Active Safety Testing
Dierk Arp - MESSRING GmbH

Pre-Impact Braking on ServoSled
Philipp Tölke - Seattle Safety Europe GmbH

Performance Enhancement
Youwen Wu - Instron (Shanghai) Limited
  • Sled System Upgrades at Example of Mercedes-Benz in Sindelfingen, Germany
  • 2-Piece Sled
  • LW Piston
  • LW 4th Stage
  • CrashSim Advanced Model
Characterizing the Response of Reclined Vehicle Occupants in Frontal Impacts
Dr. Francisco Lopez-Valdes - Universidad Pontificia Comillas; Mònica González Gordo - ENCOPIM, S.L.

ASC’s Inertial Sensor Solutions - Trustworthy German Quality
Jason Ji - ASC China Sales Office


Advances in Safety Simulation Technologies

Chair: Dr. Yuan Zhong - JiangLing Motors Co.,Ltd.江铃汽车股份有限公司
Virtual Analysis & Testing of Occupant Seating Positions in Vehicles
Kewal Shienmar, Peter Hanzhi Huang - Siemens Digital Industries Software N.V.
  • Increasing Number of Seating Positions as a Result of Advancements in Autonomous Vehicles
  • Faster Method of Evaluations of Occupant Safety to Allow Assessments of Many Seating Scenarios
  • Award Winning Solution Which Simplifies the Process of Simulating Pre-Crash and Crash Phases Simultaneously
State-Of-The-Art Pre- & Post-Processing for Crash & Safety Simulation
Yong Ding - BETA CAE Systems China Ltd.
  • Human Body Models Handling
  • ATDs Handling
  • Seat Handling/Seatbelt Restraining
  • Interior Safety/Airbags
  • Pedestrian Safety
Industrial Workflow for Integration of Human Body Models
Inhyeok Lee - ESI Korea
  • Human Body Model
  • Automatic Human Body Model Setup and Integration
  • Human Body Model Positioning
THOR Reclined FE Models
Dr. David Blauth - ATD-MODELS GmbH



Thursday, July 20, 2023

NEV Safety State of the Art in Development, Simulation and Testing

Chair: Prof. Hong Wang - Tsinghua University
Keynote Speech - Use Unconventional Layout of Battery Cells to Mitigate Crash Damage of Electric Vehicle
Prof. Dr. Qing Zhou - Tsinghua University
  • The staggered layouts of battery cells can transfer side pole impact to wider range in battery pack and reduce the jellyroll’s damage near the impact area
  • The inclined battery cells can reduce jellyroll’s deformation in undercarriage collision
A Modular Modeling Approach to Electrical Vehicle Battery Safety
Pierre Culière - ESI Group - Shanghai
  • Overview on Battery Safety Load Cases
  • Accelerating Model Build and Updates with Modularity Concepts
  • Load Case Management
  • Modular Material Modeling
  • Perspectives: Machine Learning for Bridging Scales
Predicting Li-Ion Battery Damages and Thermal Runaway Under Mechanical Loading Through Simulation
Jean-Baptiste Mouillet - Altair Engineering GmbH


Virtual Testing - The Next Frontier in Safety Assessment

Chair: Rainer Hoffmann - carhs.training gmbh
A Stepwise Approach for the Deployment of Simulation-Based Assessment in Consumer Ratings
Dr. Michiel van Ratingen - Euro NCAP
  • Motivation and Vision on Virtual Testing
  • Virtual Testing Crashworthiness, First Protocol for Far-Side Protection
  • Roadmap & Next Steps
C-NCAP Virtual Testing Scheme and Planning
Xiaobing Bu - CATARC - China Automotive Technology & Research Center

UN-ECE Virtual Testing for Deployable Pedestrian Protection Systems
Dr. Alexander Besch - Volkswagen AG

Crash Injury Risk Estimation Tool Based on Human Body Modeling and Response Surface Modeling
Hangbin Zhu - Siemens Industry Software (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
  • Challenge: High fidelity models are not fast enough to perform a large number of evaluations (e.g., large traffic studies) of injury risk and are not suitable for the design of control systems
  • This presentation shows how an injury risk estimator based on a response surface model is constructed and how it is an efficient, adequate and accurate method to address the challenge
Human Factors Virtual Testing Applications for ADAS and Automated Vehicles
James Jackson - IDIADA
  • New technologies for driving assistance / automation pose challenges to ensure safe and effective use by human drivers
  • Primary challenges include acceptance of new systems and the resultant impacts that conceptualization can have on driver behavior (i.e. under trust, reliance)
  • User centered activities during research activities and product definition, and evaluation can help top optimize the design of systems regarding the necessary cooperation during their operation by drivers
  • Virtual platforms, including driving simulators, can provide an effective means of understanding characteristics of driver interaction with different system concepts
Research on Intelligent Driving Test Technology Based on the Whole Vehicle Traffic Environment in the Loop System
Dr. Jiming Lv - Shanghai Digauto Automobile Technology Co., Ltd.
  • Introduction of Problems and Challenges of Intelligent Driving Safety Testing
  • the Constitutive Principle of VTEHIL and the Supplement to the Existing Testing Technology
  • the Application Status and Future Trend of VTEHIL in SOTIF Test and Verification
AI and Simulation Technology Integration to Accelerate Automotive Safety Design Iteration
Jiawei Wang - Altair Engineering Software (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.

VISSIM Traffic Simulation Software's Application in Active Safety Test
Chang Shen - PTV Software Technology (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
  • The Need for Simulation Testing
  • Examples of VISSIM Applications on Several Active Safety Performance Tests
  • Introduction of VISSIM Software
  • Joint Simulation of VISSIM Software Involved in Algorithm Verification

Advances in Safety Testing Technologies - Part 2

Chair: Constantin Hoffmann - carhs.training gmbh
Sled Testing for Passive and Active Safety
Guang Zhu - Chongqing Messring Trading Co., LTD

Next Generation Robots for vulnerable Road User Testing
Markus Schmidl - Humanetics Austria GmbH

Closing and Farewell
Constantin Hoffmann - carhs.training gmbh




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