NEW DATE September 01 – 03, 2020  |  Würzburg, Germany

SafetyWeek News

New Date for SafetyWeek

From September 1, the planned changes to the Bavarian Infection Protection Measures Ordinance will allow the organization of trade fairs and congresses.

We have therefore decided to postpone the SafetyWeek at short notice in order to meet the interests of participants, speakers and exhibitors and to guarantee the highest safety standards.

The SafetyWeek will now take place from September 01 – 03, 2020 at the VCC in Würzburg, Germany. 

SafetyUpDate Program online

The complete schedule of the SafetyUpDate program is now available online.
To the program overview

Safety has never been more important than today

We - the carhs.training team - want to help ensure that the Corona-Warn-App spreads as widely as possible throughout Germany and that chains of infection break quickly and effectively.

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More Information about the Corona-Warn-App

Live Stream at the SafetyWeek

New this year: All SafetyWeek tickets (even the 1-day tickets) include access to the live stream of the complete SafetyWeek! 

Preorder now: new Posters available soon

The printing presses are running. In about a week our 3 new posters will be available:

 

  • Global AEB Tests
  • NCAP Test Matrix
  • VRU Protection 


All 3 posters are equipped with QR codes for direct and free access to all related documents on www.safetywissen.com.

As of now the posters can be ordered: SafetyWissen Poster
You can also receive the poster at our SafetyWeek event. 

SafetyWeek 2020 has a New Date: July 28 – 30

Since the well-being and health of our guests, customers and business partners is our top priority, we have decided to postpone this year's SafetyWeek.

The new date is July 28 – 30, 2020. The SafetyWeek schedule and program will remain as planned, all tickets and bookings remain valid. We thank everyone involved for their understanding and look forward to meeting you in July in Würzburg!

Extended concept of Auto[nom]Mobil strengthens interdisciplinary experts’ dialogue

The Auto[nom]Mobil program at SafetyWeek 2020, which takes place from July 28 to 30, 2020 in Würzburg, Germany, will be expanded to incorporate the focus on safety in automated driving above level 3, under the direction of Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Klaus Kompass, Head of Vehicle Safety, BMW Group. This program expansion will drive the interdisciplinary experts’ dialogue forward. The new conference concept was developed in close cooperation with leading experts from industry, research and legislation.

In addition to the OEMs BMW, Audi and Mercedes-Benz, the suppliers Bosch, Veoneer, ZF, the universities and colleges from Dresden, Ingolstadt and Munich, the Federal Highway Research Institute, as well as the insurance institute Allianz and the testing organization Dekra support the development of the new expert dialogue. With the focus on the validation and release of functions for automated driving in individual traffic with automation level 3 to 5, the topics development methods, validation and certification of automatic and autonomous vehicles will be discussed. Global legal requirements and the role of consumer protection agencies as boundary conditions define this development process and will be discussed in an expert session.

A further session will focus on the approval and operation of shuttles with an automation level 5. Individual mobility will be supplemented or even replaced by new traffic concepts based on autonomous shuttles. The session "Safe Urban Mobility" brings together the protagonists of the new mobility with vehicle safety experts and shows ways to make autonomous urban mobility safe for all participants.

"It is important to us to offer our visitors and partners a conference experience that allows concentrated knowledge, valuable encounters and strengthens networking," explains Constantin Hoffmann, Managing Director of carhs.training GmbH.

Auto[nom]Mobil is part of the annual SafetyWeek in Würzburg. SafetyWeek is the platform for the entire spectrum of vehicle safety and the technologies used in its development. The SafetyWeek conferences are attended annually by over 500 automotive safety industry experts from all over the world.

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