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3rd Annual Automotive Safety Online Summit

  • 16th February 2021
  • Zoom flag Zoom
  • ONLINE

This Summit will continue its tradition of providing a multifunctional platform for leaders in automotive safety.

The 3rd Annual Automotive Safety Online Summit brings industry leaders together to share their experiences, discuss emerging trends and technologies, and brainstorm with key stakeholders. Network with automotive industry decision-makers to meet practical discovery, development, and adoption challenges around safety in the automotive industry.

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About the Automotive Safety Event 

Network with automotive industry decision-makers to meet practical discovery, development, and adoption challenges around safety in the automotive industry. Exchange practical knowledge and explore future developments with fellow leaders in the ongoing evolution of safety advances in automotive. See you online in February 2021!

Who should attend

Decision-makers, leaders, and major players in the Automotive Industry from around the world. Specifically involved in the latest trends in safety.

Attendees should include:

  • ABS
  • Active Safety
  • ADAS
  • After-market services
  • Anti-Theft Security
  • Application and system development
  • ASIL
  • Autonomous Driving
  • AUTOSAR
  • Body Control Unit
  • Body Engineering
  • Braking Systems
  • CAE
  • Chief Technical Officers
  • Comfort & Security
  • Connected Cars
  • Controlling Systems
  • Crash & Safety
  • Cybersecurity specialists
  • Development service providers
  • Devices for Safety
  • Electrics and electronics
  • Engineering
  • Engineering and design
  • Engineering service providers
  • Engineering Tools & Methods
  • EPB
  • ESC Engineering
  • Functional safety
  • Global Product Safety
  • Hardware and software providers
  • HMI
  • Industry-oriented research establishments
  • ISO
  • LED & OLED
  • Legal and compliance
  • Lightning
  • Mechatronics
  • Mobility
  • NCAP
  • Powertrain
  • Powertrain Electronics
  • Product Safety
  • Purchasing and procurement
  • Quality Assurance
  • Research and (pre-)development
  • Road Safety
  • Safety & Connectivity
  • Safety & Integrity
  • Safety & Regulations
  • Safety & Security
  • Safety Devices
  • Safety Electronics
  • Safety Infotainment
  • Safety Monitoring
  • Safety Requirements
  • Safety Technology
  • Sales and marketing
  • Security Systems
  • Sensors
  • Simulation
  • Software-Defined Cars
  • Software Safety
  • SOTIF
  • System engineers
  • System integration and automotive technology
  • System suppliers
  • Technology
  • Technology Advancements
  • Testing and certification bodies
  • Transport and logistics
  • Virtualization
  • VR
  • Yaw

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Key Practical Learning Points

  • Architectural design patterns for Autonomous Vehicles
  • Development in cooperative safety systems
  • Latest trends in electronics and sensor safety
  • Safety implications for L4-5 Automated Driving
  • Integration of SOTIF analysis in AV development
  • Security systems: IT, software, hardware, cyber
  • Challenges and conditions for safe deployment of AV
  • AD, ADAS, Connected vehicles and sensors
  • Deploy and integrate new functionality without compromising quality and safety
  • Functional safety: increasing role and practical applications
  • Vehicle homologation and standardizing safety/SOFIT
  • AD safety as viewed by top OEMs through customer experience
  • IoT- enhanced safety features – vehicle and driver feedback in real-time
  • Active and passive safety on the way to AD
  • Legislation and requirements for vehicle safety
  • Agile in automotive and engineering tools and methods
  • Designing to be compliant to the highest functional safety levels
  • Safety of AI systems for fail-operational autonomous driving
  • ASPICE as a framework for designing and assessing software development processes

Dr. Jan-Erik Kallhammer, SE

Director, Visual Enhancement & Cognitive Systems

Veoneer

Jan-Erik Källhammer has 20 years’ experience with automotive active safety development. He was responsible for the inception and development of a Night Vision, Driver’s Vision Enhancement based on an uncooled long-wave infrared camera, which is now on the market in Audi, BMW, Cadillac, Mercedes, Peugeot and some luxury cars. His current works focus on visual enhancement in darkness and inclement weather (Night Vision, LiDAR, gated imaging). Jan-Erik has a PhD in cognitive systems from Linköping University, Sweden, a master’s in electrical engineering from Duke University, NC, USA, and a master’s in mechanical engineering from Luleå Technical University, Sweden. Jan-Erik has co-authored 26 articles and conference papers and has 22 patent applications or granted patents.

Kai Golowko, DE

Head of Vehicle Safety

Bertrandt Ingenieurbüro

Kai Golowko started his career at ACTS GmbH & Co. KG (Magna) in Sailauf as a vehicle test engineer. Since 2005, he has been working at Bertrandt Ingenieurbüro GmbH in Gaimersheim (close to Ingolstadt) as a team leader of vehicle safety. In 2002, he moved to the position of department manager in vehicle safety in the field of active and passive safety. He became the head of CoC (Center of Competence) vehicle safety at Bertrandt Group. In 2017 he became head of vehicle safety in the field of active and passive safety within the Bertrandt Group, where he is responsible for sales, strategy, technology and training. He has done voluntary work for ADAC in the program called “Sicherim Auto” and in a project called “Mobile Retter e.V.”, an initiative against sudden cardiac death.

Dr. Christophe Bastien, UK

Associate Professor, Engineering Simulations, Automotive Safety, Lightweighting, Optimisation & Human Trauma Predictions

Coventry University

Dr. Christophe Bastien is an associate professor at Coventry University with over 25 years of industrial and academic experience in the field of vehicle safety, evidenced by 21 patents, 23 publications and 82 citations. With an overall aim of developing forensic techniques for accurate accident reconstructions, his current research fo­cusses on modelling of (automotive) human traumatology in collaboration with the British Police, the University Hospital of Coventry and Warwickshire and the Road Safety Trust charity. A recent research output is an innovative FEA method, based on Peak Virtual Power (PVP) proven to precisely predict head trauma injuries when compared to post-mortem examinations. This is a first step in a numerical method to design safer automotive vehicles considering a human population.

Costandinos Visvikis, UK

Director of Industrial Relations, Child Safety

CYBEX

Dinos Visvikis has worked in the injury prevention field for over 20 years, leading complex vehicle safety research projects to inform changes to policy, regulation and test procedures. He spent 16 years with TRL, using real-world collision data and experiments with crash test dummies to determine occupant injury mechanisms and the effectiveness of vehicle design and safety features. Dinos led TRL’s child safety centre before joining CYBEX, the juvenile products brand, in 2015. He represents CYBEX at international regulatory and standardisation groups for child restraint systems and leads research that provides the evidence base for CYBEX’s contribution to these groups. He applies his vehicle safety expertise across the company to improve product safety development and ensure the latest regulatory and scientific trends are factored into product design.

Dr. Jan-Erik Kallhammer, SE

Director, Visual Enhancement & Cognitive Systems

Veoneer

Kai Golowko, DE

Head of Vehicle Safety

Bertrandt Ingenieurbüro

Dr. Christophe Bastien, UK

Associate Professor, Engineering Simulations, Automotive Safety, Lightweighting, Optimisation & Human Trauma Predictions

Coventry University

Costandinos Visvikis, UK

Director of Industrial Relations, Child Safety

CYBEX

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What our
participants
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Thanks for inviting me as a speaker to the 2nd Annual Automotive Safety Summit in Düsseldorf, Germany. It was a great event and good opportunity for networking. I learned a lot and was also happy that my talk on vehicle sensor-based (near) real time safety services for connected cars was well received. Looking forward to the next time, thanks for the organization.

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Andre Kuhn

HERE Technologies

Glad to speak at the Vonlanthen Group conference. Good networking.

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Pasquale de Luca

Maserati

For me, it was a very successful, interesting conference.

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Peter Slama

Infineon Technologies Austria AG