May 17 – 19, 2022 | Würzburg, Germany
August 04, 2021 SafetyTesting 2021: Program is now online
Innovation leaders from the industry provide background knowledge on current test methods, present applications from practice and report on innovations in the field of hardware and software.
August 02, 2021 SafetyWeek hygiene concept in place
In line with the current legal framework, we have now drawn up a hygiene concept for SafetyWeek 2021 that offers participants the highest level of protection. The key points are mandatory testing for all participants (except vaccinated and recovered persons) and mandatory FFP2 masks.
All details can be found here.
Safety has never been more important than today.
Reliable since 2003
Since 2003, SafetyWeek has been held annually as a meeting place for the vehicle safety industry - without interruptions, whether times were good or bad. That's how it will be in 2021, too, and we want to give everyone in the industry the opportunity to find out about the latest developments, exchange information and network with each other.
On site & online
We are convinced that exchange and networking can only really work with a face-to-face event. But we also take into account the current conditions by digitizing everything that makes sense.
Up to date and top-class
As always, the conference is highly topical and will be organized by top-class experts. This way the participants get the answers to the questions that concern them in their daily work. Of course, the changes in society and industry to the requirements of vehicle safety and the further development of automated driving will also be discussed and addressed.
Program Committee SafetyWeek
SafetyWeek is accompanied by a program committee made up of top-class experts:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Lars Hannawald
Professor for Automotive Engineering
Dresden University of Applied Sciences
Dr. Roland Kallweit
Head of Automated Driving Function and Simulation
IAV GmbH Ingenieurgesellschaft Auto und Verkehr
Dr. Reinhard Kolke
Head of Test and Technology
ADAC e.V. Technik Zentrum
Dr.-Ing. Sven Nitsche
Manager Requirements and Strategy Vehicle Safety
Dr. Swen Schaub
Senior Manager Engineering Strategy & Communications
ZF Friedrichshafen AG
Prof. Dr. Thomas Schwarz
Head of Government Affairs Berlin
Direktor und Professor Andre Seeck
Head of the Division "Vehicle Technology"
German Federal Highway Research Institute (BASt)
Senior Principal Engineer Innovation Workstream
Autoliv B.V. & Co. KG
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