2023/12/12-13 (Dec 12-13) 

Here you see a recap of the program of the UpDate Seminar Euro NCAP 2022.
As soon as the program of the 2023 conference is finalized, you will find it here.

Tuesday, December 13, 2022

Welcome
Direktor & Professor Andre Seeck - BASt - German Federal Highway Research Institute; Maren Finck - carhs.training gmbh
 

Euro NCAP 2023 - What's New?

Chair: Direktor & Professor Andre Seeck - BASt - German Federal Highway Research Institute
Overall Rating
Direktor & Professor Andre Seeck - BASt - German Federal Highway Research Institute
  • Overview of changes from 2023 onwards
 
Active Safety Overview
Adriano Palao - Euro NCAP
 
News in Passive VRU Protection
Dirk-Uwe Gehring - BGS Böhme & Gehring GmbH
  • Assessment of extended head testing area
  • Untypical windscreen fracture
  • Challenges in aPLI testing and maintenance
  • Outlook on future revisions
 
Passive Safety Overview
Volker Sandner - ADAC Technik Zentrum Landsberg
  • Changes and current status in frontal collisions
  • Current topics in child safety
  • Far side 2023-ff
 
Post-Crash Safety
Direktor & Professor Andre Seeck - BASt - German Federal Highway Research Institute
  • Rescue Information
  • Extrication
  • Advanced eCall and Third-Party Service eCall
  • Vehicle Submergence
  • Multi-Collision-Brake
 

Virtual Testing

Chair: Direktor & Professor Andre Seeck - BASt - German Federal Highway Research Institute
Virtual Testing Crash Avoidance - Working Group Status
Peter Stoker - UTAC
 

Occupant Status Monitoring

Chair: Direktor & Professor Andre Seeck - BASt - German Federal Highway Research Institute
In-Cabin Monitoring
Adriano Palao - Euro NCAP
  • Driver State Monitoring requirements
  • Distraction, fatigue, unresponsiveness
  • Assessment and verification
 
DMS Regulation: Review and Comparison to Euro NCAP
James Jackson - IDIADA
  • DDAW requirements
  • Scope relative to OSM protocol
  • Testing and validation methods
 
Driver Status Monitoring (State of the Technical Solutions)
Benedikt Spannochi - EMOTION3D
  • How in-cabin analysis contributes to safety
  • In-cabin analysis solutions for:
    • Active Safety
    • Passive Safety
    • Safety and Security for shared and autonomous
 
End of Conference Day 1
 

 

Wednesday, December 14, 2022

Euro NCAP Assessment From 2026 Onwards // Roadmap 2030

Chair: Direktor & Professor Andre Seeck - BASt - German Federal Highway Research Institute
Overall Rating - Introduction of the New Assessment Structure
Direktor & Professor Andre Seeck - BASt - German Federal Highway Research Institute
  • How to develop a new rating system
 
Safe Driving: Assisted Grading
Direktor & Professor Andre Seeck - BASt - German Federal Highway Research Institute
  • Changes from 2023
  • Ideas for future development
  • Consideration in the safety rating
 
Safe Driving: Speed Assistance
Andrés Aparicio - IDIADA Automotive Technology SA
  • Challenges to integrate new GSR ISA requirements and Euro NCAP SAS assessment protocol
  • Outlook for Euro NCAP SAS 2026
    • New features: User acceptance, Advanced functions, Live services
    • New processes: system accuracy, evaluation process
    • Special provisions for other programmes: AD grading, Vans, Medium and Heavy Trucks
 
Safe Driving: Occupant Status Monitoring
Prof. Dr. Rikard Fredriksson - Trafikverket
  • Expand requirements, more robust and new areas as e.g. intoxication
  • Occupant classification and links to other boxes of total car rating
  • From driver monitoring to all occupants
 
Crash Avoidance
Adriano Palao - Euro NCAP
 
Crash Protection
Volker Sandner - ADAC Technik Zentrum Landsberg
  • Frontal impact, changes in MPDB and FW test
  • Side impact with pole test change
  • Rollover
  • Virtual testing
 
Post-Crash Safety
Direktor & Professor Andre Seeck - BASt - German Federal Highway Research Institute
  • Needs from the perspective of rescue teams
 

New Euro NCAP Initiatives

Chair: Direktor & Professor Andre Seeck - BASt - German Federal Highway Research Institute
Commercial Vehicles: Vans
Direktor & Professor Andre Seeck - BASt - German Federal Highway Research Institute
  • Further development and harmonisation with the passenger car rating
 
The Testing of Medium and Heavy Trucks Toward Vision Zero
Matthew Avery - Thatcham - The Motor Insurance Repair Research Centre
  • Medium and Heavy Trucks make up 1/5% of registrations but account for 15% of European Fatalities
  • ADAS fitment tuned to address City and Highway crashes could address these crashes
  • New Euro NCAP City and Highway Certification will encourage vehicle manufacturers to fit ADAS systems particular to the roads they use
  • Environmental encouragements will be built into the ratings to encourage Zero emission vehicles
  • Trucks are fundamental to a thriving economy but we can only reach Vision Zero if we reduce their societal burden
 
Powered Two Wheeler Safety
Direktor & Professor Andre Seeck - BASt - German Federal Highway Research Institute
  • Intention and ideas from the Roadmap 2030
 
Safety Assurance for Shared and Autonomous Mobility
Direktor & Professor Andre Seeck - BASt - German Federal Highway Research Institute
  • Intention and ideas from the Roadmap 2030
 
Fare Well