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NCAP - New Car Assessment Programs: Tests, Assessment Methods, Ratings


In 1978 the first New Car Assessment Program (NCAP) was established by NHTSA in the United States. The goal was to motivate competing car manufacturers to enhance the safety level of their cars beyond the minimum safety standards defined by regulations. The same approach has been followed globally by other organizations (e.g. by Euro NCAP, IIHS, ANCAP, JNCAP, KNCAP,C-NCAP,...) Euro NCAP which has been established in 1997 has taken a leading role and has significantly influenced other countries and regions. The NCAP programs in many cases are highly dynamic, especially in comparison with rulemaking activities. In order to reach the goal to continuously improve the safety level of cars, the requirements need to be permanently adapted to the state of technology. Developers in the automotive industry need to know about upcoming changes at an early stage in order to be able to design or equip their vehicles accordingly. In this seminar attendees get an overview of the organizations in charge of the NCAP programs and become familiar with the various test and assessment methods.
The seminar is conducted serveral times a year with changing focuses:
Focus passive safety: Here the focus is on test and assessment methods for passive safety. Frontal and side impact, whiplash, child protection and pedestrian protection are discussed in detail. Tests for active safety are only mentioned in as far as they are relevant for the overall rating.
Focus active safety: Here the focus is on active safety systems such as AEB or lane assistance. The tests and assessments for these systems are explained in detail. Test for passive safety are only mentioned in as far as they are relevant for the overall rating.

In both focusses the current overall rating methods are described and explained. In addition to that an outlook is given on the roadmaps and future developments of the NCAP programs.

Who should attend?

The seminar addresses design, simulation, testing and project engineers as well as managers who want to get a current overview on the global range of NCAP programs with an outlook on upcoming topics and trends from an insider. Depending on the focus of their work attendees should chose the appropriate focus of the seminar.

Course Contents

  • New Car Assessment Programs - overview
  • U.S. NCAP
  • IIHS
  • Euro NCAP
  • Korea NCAP
  • China NCAP
  • Latin NCAP
  • Global NCAP

Direktor & Professor Andre Seeck
German Federal Highway Research Institute (BASt)

Seeck Andre Seeck is head of the division "Vehicle Technology" with the German Federal Highway Research Institute (BASt). In this position he is responsible for the preparation of European Safety Regulations. He is also head of the strategy group on automated driving and represents the German Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure in the Board of Directors of Euro NCAP. These positions enable him to gain deep insight into current and future developments in vehicle safety.

Date Language Price Code
02 Nov - 03 Nov 2017 Deutsch 1290 EUR  (1540 EUR from 06 Oct 2017 ) 2880
Alzenau (carhs.training gmbh, Siemensstraße 12, 63755 Alzenau) » Register
Direktor & Professor Andre Seeck (German Federal Highway Research Institute (BASt))
Seminar hours  
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 17:00
Focus of this course: Passive Safety  

This course is available as an in-house seminar. The trainer comes to your site - you save travel expenses and travel time. Get an offer.

Your contact person

Dr. Dirk Ulrich
Phone.: 06023 - 96 40 - 66
E-Mail: dirk.ulrich@carhs.de

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