VIDEO. How to improve safety assessment using Virtual Testing and HBMs?

On 10 September 2019 Horizon2020 projects OSCCAR and VIRTUAL organised a pre-conference workshop on Virtual Testing and open-source Human Body Models.

World experts from various fields connected to virtual testing came together in Florence to discuss the chances and challenges of the application of HBMs in virtual safety assessments for internal product development.

A summary of the pre-conference workshop on virtual testing containing all presentations is now available.

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Assessment of VRU Protection with HBM

On 17 and 18 September the SafetyUpDate Graz illuminated the megatrends in the automotive industry from the perspective of vehicle safety.

On Wednesday Dr. Corina Klug, Christoph Leo and Martin Schachner spoke about ‘Assessment of Vulnerable Road User Protection with Human Body Models’.

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Analysis of pedestrian injuries in pedestrian car collisions with focus on age and gender

During the IRCOBI conference held in Florence, Christoph Leo presented the differences that can be observed among male and female pedestrians and outlined how we aim to assess the safety of Vulnerable Road Users with the procedures and models developed in VIRTUAL.

A link to the paper can be found on the IRCOBI website.

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This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and
innovation programme under grant agreement No 768960.

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