Wissenschaftliches Program

Donnerstad 24. Oktober 2019

13:30 – SESSION 1: Motorised Two-wheelers, two-wheelers, bicycles

  • O. Cisneros, Are personal electric mobility devices safe in a pedestrian accident?
  • O. Cherta, Numerical analysis of thoracic impact conditions in motorcycle accidents vs. car accidents
  • J. Unarski, Looming effects and motorcycles
  • F. Slootmans, Blind spot crashes between vulnerable road users and heavy goods vehicles in Belgium

15:20 – SESSION 2: Motorised Two-wheelers, two-wheelers, bicycles

  • T. Serre, Use of powered two-wheelers multibody model for accident reconstruction
  • C. Goddard, Behaviour of motorcycle instrument clusters during a collision
  • T. Bonkowski, Simulation of PTW accident by coupled FEM-MBS approach
  • M. Wisch, Characteristics of road traffic accidents involving powered two-wheelers in Europe and Australia- results from PIONEERS



Freitag 25. Oktober 2019

09:00 – SESSION 3: Digitisation and ADAS

  • C. Wilkinson, Evaluation of accuracy of speed change reported by event data recorders in airbag control modules
  • R. Oga, Accident reconstruction with vehicle control history in Toyota vehicles with Toyota Pre-collision Safety System
  • P. Stolle, Reconstruction of a traffic accident by analysis of networked vehicle- and traffic-system-data
  • M. Dalessi, Analysis of a frontal crash between two vehicles equipped with EDR and CDR compatible
  • W.E. Vandiver, The acquisition and analysis of infotainment and telematics data for use in collision reconstruction

11:10 – SESSION 4: Digitisation and ADAS

  • A. Fuchs, Event data recording in autonomous driving
  • E.M. Acerra, Perception-reaction times of the drivers during the use of Adaptive Cruise Control
  • J. Gwehenberger, Automated driving functions – safety potential, challenges and solution from AZT perspective
  • A. Kuhn, About new roles and needs in the development and safeguarding of future automated driving functions

14:00 – SESSION 5: Open forum

  • A. Moser, Artificial Intelligence (AI) in accident reconstruction
  • K. Bucsuhazy, Driver behaviour measured  by eyetracking, acquisition of biosignals and vehicle data in regular road traffic
  • B. Heinrichs, Effect of residual crush correction on accuracy of impact simulation
  • C. Glynn, The influence of vehicle braking on target vehicle dynamics in low speed rear-end collisions

15:50 – SESSION 6: Open forum

  • W. Kalthoff, Motion analysis of occupants in oblique frontal collisions – Results of almost 900 experimental impacts
  • K. Boström, A novel 3D computational human model for the reconstruction of traffic accidents and its application to experimental frontal-oblique low-velocity impacts
  • B. Härtel, Research and development of a new biofidelic dummy
  • A. Schäuble, How realistic is the biofidelic dummy in terms of reconstruction parameters and biomechanics



Samstag 26. Oktober 2019

09:00 – SESSION 7: Open Forum

  • A. Longton, Accident scenario definition and simulation for 16+ ton trucks
  • P. Vertal, Evaluation of CDR crash tests
  • Z. Svatý, Photogrammetric documentation of accident scene under adverse weather conditions
  • K. Nowak, Manipulations in tachographs and road safety
  • U. Raz, Ways to improve professional driver’s training

11:10 – SESSION 8: Open Forum

  • E. Pfleger, Actual results about high complexities and navigation priorities to verify main causes for the falling in danger recognition and perceptions
  • G. Kasanicky, The FORTIS forensic system and its use in the assessment of traffic accidents
  • R. Murri, Risks of accidents with electric vehicles
  • B. Schützhofer, Physiological and psychological capacities in human perception and the implications for hazard perception
  • C. Canales, Mobility in mining: Issues for road safety improvement