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WORKSHOP ON
VIRTUAL DEVELOPMENT IN PASSIVE SAFETY AND HUMAN MODELS FOR FUTURE MOBILITY

26 September 2024 

Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt

Esplanade 10, 85049 Ingolstadt

Germany

Learn & Get Inspired

MEET influential experts
LEARN about the most significant research, development and discoveries in virtual approach for traffic safety
NETWORK with international colleagues
DISCOVER technical and business opportunities in advanced mobility tech
nology located in the Czech Republic and Bavaria

Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt and University of West Bohemia in Pilsen  would like to invite you to the second joined workshop on Virtual Development in Passive Safety and Human Models for Future Mobility.

Virtual Development In Passive Safety And Human Models For Future Mobility

The event addresses topics from virtual development in passive vehicle safety for the mobility of the future. It contains research work, reaching from biomechanics and human body modelling to crash and occupant simulations, as well as crash accident reconstruction. The main objective is to connect young Bavarian and Czech researchers in this field.

The workshop is planned as a one-day online event. It includes two keynote lectures from Czech and German recognised experts. Prof. Jan Kovanda from University of West Bohemia and Prof. Axel Schumacher from University of Wuppertal. There will be two sessions of young researchers’ presentations following with a discussion forum on the presented topics

Designing the Future Passive Safety

ENGINEERS

ACADEMICS

SAFETY EXPERTS

Featured Speakers

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​​PROF. DR. 
KLAUS BÖHM

University of Applied Sciences Munich,

Department of Mechanical, Automotive and Aeronautical Engineering.

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Motocykl (jednostopé motorové vozidlo – JMV) je dopravní prostředek se specifickými vlastnostmi, odlišnými od ostatních dopravních prostředků. Z hlediska pasivní bezpečnosti jeho uživatelů je pro něj typické, že nelze jeho uživatele ochránit uvnitř vozidla, tak jako u většiny ostatních. Skutečnost potvrzují statistiky, dle kterých jsou následky dopravních nehod pro uživatele JMV těžší než pro ostatní účastníky (s výjimkou chodců). Některé konstrukční řešení JMV, které tuto nevýhodu eliminují, jako jsou kabinové
motocykly nebo zastřešené skútry, natolik mění charakter vozidla, že je většina uživatelů JMV odmítá. Pasivní bezpečnost uživatelů JMV se tak stává věci i jiných objektů. Těmi mohou být např. ochranné přilby a oděvy, ostatní vozidla, vozovka a její okolí a jiné.

Executive and R&D Senior Project Manager, 

Vision Consulting Automotive, s.r.o.

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The Venue

The Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt (THI) launched a research and test center for the vibrant development sector of vehicle safety called CARISSMA (Center of Automotive Research on Integrated Safety Systems and Measurement Area). This interesting project was completed in 2016. The focus of the scientific work here is in the development of integrated safety systems for traffic. For research purposes, human senses are replicated and testing techniques are investigated, with hazards being identified early to avert accidents.

 Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt 

Organisers and Sponsors

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