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International Conference Protection of Children in Cars

A Online Conference of TÜV SÜD

December 2 - 4, 2020
Exchange with experts
International Online Conference

In this difficult time of pandemic impact, it is especially important to maintain the exchange of experience between experts in child safety worldwide on trends in legislation, results of recent research, product development and testing.

This is why TÜV SÜD Akademie is organizing the conference this year as an online conference, as a global forum for safety engineers, accident researchers, biomechanics experts, pediatricians, behavioral scientists, representatives of rulemaking, consumer organizations, promoters of safety campaigns and specialists in vehicle and CRS rating procedures, as well as for students working in the field of child safety.

We will combine elements of on-demand content with live sessions. We plan to make the presentations available in advance both as on-demand videos and the full paper for download. We will also offer live discussion forums on the six main conference topics during the three afternoon conference days (Central European Time), with summaries given by the main authors and with plenty of time for live exchange between speakers, chairpersons and participants.

If you are a non-German speaking participant, please send your registration informally by e-mail - to [email protected] or use the registration form wich you can find here.

Gesamtpreis (Brutto)

765,60 €

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Inhalte

  • Future Transport Challenges
  • Global View on CRS Markets Field Observations
  • Consumer Information, Safety Programs and Rating Systems for CRS
  • Development of Safety Products by CRS and Car Manufacturers
  • Human Body Modelling
  • Test Procedures and Dummies
  • Accident Research and Biomechanics
  • Standards and Rulemaking

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December 2 - 4, 2020

The conference is acting as worldwide forum for safety engineers, accident researchers, experts in biomechanics, pediatricians, behavourial scientists, representatives of rulemaking, consumer organizations, promotors of safety campaigns and specialists in vehicle and CRS rating procedures as well as for students, working in the field of child safety.

Hinweis

VAT is not applied to non-German companies. The net cost of participation will be charged.

There will be a 50 % discount for members of universities.

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02.12.2020 - 04.12.2020
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105,60 €

Endpreis inkl. 16 % MwSt.

765,60 €

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If you are a non-German speaking participant, please send your registration informally by e-mail - to [email protected]. Thank you.
On Demand Content

Topic 1

Future Transport Challenges


Child safety in car sharing vehicles
Alexander-Michael Giese, Johannes Holtz, Stefanie Marker, Technische Universität Berlin (DE)

Boosters for shared mobility
Lotta Jakobsson, Katarina Bohman, Isabelle Stockman, Sebastian Simmons, Charlie Johansson,
Volvo Cars Safety Centre (SE)

Safer transport of children in buses and coaches
Marta Anglès Torradeflot, Applus IDIADA Group (ES)


Topic 2

Consumer Information


A new approach to reducing CRS misuse: Learning via automated feedback
Julie A. Mansfield, John H. Bolte IV, Injury Biomechanics Research Center, The Ohio State University (US)

Analysis of consulting quality on the sale of child restraint system
Burcu Karakus, Gerd Müller, Technische Universität Berlin (DE)

Reducing child restraint misuse: methods and key findings of a national survey of awareness and use of inspection stations
Sharon Levi, Westat (US) and University of Haifa, Israel; Adele Polson, Hyunshik Lee, Weijia Ren, Shawn McCloskey, Center for Transportation, Technology and Safety Research, Westat (US)

Euro NCAP Child Presence Detection System Assessment Protocol
James Ellway, Euro NCAP (BE)


Topic 3

Test Procedures and Dummies


The effect of recline angle on upper neck force in UN Regulation No. 129 frontal impact tests of infant carriers
Christoph Thurn, Costandinos Visvikis, Matthias Kettner, Cornelia Krebs, CYBEX GmbH (DE/AT); Wei Xu, Goodbaby Child Products Co. Ltd, Kunshan (CN)

New specification hip shields for Q10 and Euro NCAP
Bernard Been, Mark Burleigh, Apoorva Lakshminarayana, Humanetics Europe GmbH (NL/DE)

Q dummy model updates – Validation of uncertified parts
Apoorva Lakshminarayana, Christian Brockhusen, Bernard Been, Humanetics Europe GmbH (DE/NL)


Topic 4

Human Body Modeling


Sensitivity to vehicle environment of the PIPER child HBM in accident reconstructions compared to the Q6 dummy

Johannes Holtz, Gerd Müller, Steffen Müller, Stefanie Marker, Technische Universität Berlin (DE)

Examination of restraint sensitivity and validation of the PIPER 6-Year-Old Model
Matthew Miller, Daniel Perez-Rapela, Bronislaw Gepner, Jason Forman; Center for Applied Biomechanics, University of Virginia (US); Jessica Jermakian, Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (US)

Biomechanics in autonomous vehicles: a pilot study to explore responses of pediatric occupants in non-traditional seating conditions
Jalaj Maheshwari, Aditya Belwadi, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia (US)


Topic 5

Misuse and Educational Programs


Overview of child protection evaluation in NCAPs around the world
Céline Adalian, IDIADA France, Applus IDIADA Group (FR); Maria de Odriozola, IDIADA, Applus IDIADA Group (ES)

Child restraints use and children car safety initiatives Romania
Alice Dona-Mitu, Children Car Safety Foundation Romania;
Costin Tatuc, Expert in Traffic Safety; Roxana Sotreanu, Psychologist, Expert in Parenting (RO)


Car Seats for Kids – a campaign for all countries
Peggie Mars, Wheel Well (ZA)


Topic 6

Test Methods for Standards and Rulemaking


The development of pragmatic thresholds for upper neck tension force and flexion moment in Q-Series dummies in UN Regulation No. 129 tests
Costandinos Visvikis, Thomas Müller, CYBEX GmbH (DE); Mark Pitcher, Farid Bendjellal, Britax Childcare Group (DE); Marianne Le Claire, Newell Brands, (UK)
On behalf of the CLEPA Child Restraint Systems Group

Research about the safety performance of the ISOFIX Booster Seats in the frontal impact
Yoshinori Tanaka, Naruyuki Hosokawa, Yasuhiro Matsui, National Traffic Safety and Environment Laboratory (JP)

Rear seat protection – a geometrical assessment of the curtain airbag coverage based on adult and child dummy pre-test position
Céline Adalian, IDIADA France, Applus IDIADA Group (FR); Maria de Odriozola, IDIADA, Applus IDIADA Group (ES)


Live Online Sessions

December 2, 2020



13:00


Welcome
Prof. Dr. Klaus Langwieder (DE) / TÜV SÜD

13:15


KeynoteThe Future of Intelligent Safety in an Era of Autonomous Driving
Jochen Feese, Mercedes Benz AG (DE)

14:00






Topic 1: Future Transport Challenges
Chair: Stephan Schwald, AUDI AG (DE); Kristy Arbogast, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (US)
Short presentations, summaries and open discussion with
  • Alexander-Michael Giese, Technische Universität Berlin (DE)
  • Lotta Jakobsson, Volvo Cars Safety Centre (SE)
  • Marta Anglès Torradeflot, Applus IDIADA Group (ES)
15:30

Break

16:00







Topic 2: Consumer Information
Chair: Reinhard Kolke, ADAC e.V. (DE); Johann Gwehenberger, German Safety Council (DVR) (DE)
Short presentations, summaries and open discussion with
  • Julie A. Mansfield, The Ohio State University (US)   
  • Burcu Karakus, Technische Universität Berlin (DE)   
  • Sharon Levi, Westat (US) and University of Haifa, Israel   
  • James Ellway, Euro NCAP (BE)
17:30

End of the Live Session




December 3, 2020



13:00
Topic 3: Test Procedures and Dummies
Chair: Suzanne Tylko, Transport Canada (CA); Bernd Lorenz, Bundesanstalt für Straßenwesen (DE)
Short presentations, summaries and open discussion with
  • Christoph Thurn, CYBEX GmbH (DE/AT)
  • Bernard Been, Humanetics Europe GmbH (NL)
  • Apoorva Lakshminarayana, Humanetics Europe GmbH (DE)
14:30


Break

15:00
Topic 4: Human Body Modeling
Chair: Heiko Johannsen, Medizinische Hochschule Hannover (DE); Philipp Wernicke, BMW Group (DE)
Short presentations, summaries and open discussion with
  • Johannes Holtz, Technische Universität Berlin (DE)
  • Matthew Miller, Center for Applied Biomechanics, University of Virginia (US)
    Jalaj Maheshwari, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia (US)
16:30

End of the Live Session






December 4, 2020



13:00
Topic 5: Misuse and Educational Programs
Chair: Sjaan Koppel, Monash University (AU); Philippe Lesire, LAB Peugeot Citroën Renault (FR)
Short presentations, summaries and open discussion with
  • Céline Adalian, IDIADA France, Applus IDIADA Group (FR)
  • Alice Dona-Mitu, Children Car Safety Foundation Romania (RO)
  • Peggie Mars, Wheel Well, (ZA)
14:30 Break

15:00
Topic 6: Test Methods for Standards and Rulemaking
Chair: Farid Bendjellal, Britax, Childcare Group (DE); Jessica Jermakian, Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) (US)
Short presentations, summaries and open discussion with
  • Costandinos Visvikis, CYBEX GmbH (DE)
  • Yoshinori Tanaka, National Traffic Safety and Environment Laboratory (JP)
  • Céline Adalian, IDIADA France, Applus IDIADA Group (FR)
16:30 Resumé, Outlook & Farewell
Philippe Lesire, LAB Peugeot Citroën Renault (FR)

16:45 End of the Conference








TECHNICAL NOTES FOR THE LIVE ONLINE CONFERENCE


Here you will find further information on the technical requirements.

HARDWARE
To participate in a live online conference you need a desktop PC or laptop. Headphones are an advantage. A camera is optional.

SOFTWARE
Since a live online conference is played out on a browser-based microsite, no download of special software or applications is necessary in advance. A stable Internet connection is advantageous.

However, a full display and functionality of the microsite is guaranteed with the current Chrome browser.
For small group work or workshops the application Microsoft Teams is used at some conferences. You can find out in advance from the respective organization team whether this is the case at your conference.

Do you have questions about the technical requirements? Then please contact us.
[email protected]


The Conference

Program Committee

ADAC e.V. (DE), Dr. Reinhard Kolke
AUDI AG (DE), Stephan Schwald
BMW Group (DE), Philipp Wernicke
Bundesanstalt für Straßenwesen (DE), Bernd Lorenz
Britax Childcare (DE), Farid Bendjellal
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (US), Kristy Arbogast, PhD
CYBEX GmbH (DE), Costandinos Visvikis
Daimler AG (DE), Joachim Fausel
DEKRA Automobil GmbH (DE), Ralf Ambos
German Safety Council (DVR), Dr. Johann Gwehenberger
Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) (US), Jessica Jermakian
Japan Automobile Research Institute (JP), Prof. Dr. Koshiro Ono
Kegelmann Technik GmbH (DE), Dr. Reiner Nett
Medizinische Hochschule Hannover (DE), Dr. Heiko Johannsen
Monash University (AU), Dr. Sjaan Koppel
Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt (DE), Prof. Dr. Lothar Wech
Transport Canada (CA), Suzanne Tylko
TÜV SÜD Czech s.r.o. (CZ), Jiří Socha, Ph.D.

Chairmen
Prof. Dr. Klaus Langwieder (DE)
Philippe Lesire, LAB Peugeot Citroën Renault (FR)

Workshop

December 2, 2020

The workshop entitled „Child Safety and Cultural Approach“ will bring people in contact being interested in understanding CRS use with the respect to diverse safety cultures around the world.

Safety aspects of children in road traffic should cover the whole range of their traffic participation as car occupants, pedestrians and cyclists as well as educational safety campaigns. Possibilities for intensive discussion and personal communication will be offered.

The access to the workshop is free for registered participants of the conference.


Looking back

to the conference Protection of Children in Cars 2019



TÜV SÜD takes stock of the international conference of child safety:

•160 experts involved
•23 nations

The automotive industry, car seat manufacturers, research institutes and consumer associations were involved in a lively debate on the industry’s future key issues:

•Looking at previous achievements, is there potential for further technical improvements?
•Are the car seats available at the moment with their high technical standards – but also their high price level – the right solution for newly industrializing countries that struggle with different sociocultural circumstances?
•How can the same level of protection be secured in these countries with acceptable effort and still considering their regional particularities?
•The concept of the „own car seat“ could become obsolete through the spreading of new concepts of mobility such as car sharing: How will this affect construction methods or even the issuing of regulations?

More than 160 experts from 23 nations were exchanging ideas and visions on the latest research findings, studies and licensing regulations. The participants suceeded in developing a positioning: Where do we stand? Where do we want to go? The outcome of this conference received international attention.


Contact



Conference Management 
Ute Alius
Westendstr. 160

80339 Munich
Germany
T +49 89 5791 4333

[email protected]

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