The schedule for our SAFER Thursday lunch seminars during spring 2023 is now set. The appreciated hybrid concept continues, and we look forward to seeing our partners here at the SAFER, including at the networking lunch, and of course also online for those of you can’t make it to the office.
The main objectives with the seminars are to share knowledge about our research and other topics related to saving lives in traffic. We aim for inspiration to create new projects and boost dialogue and collaboration in our network.
This term features a range of interested topics! We kick off with presentations from the Swedish Electromobility Centre on January 26th. Continuing, you´ll get results from our ongoing SAFER pre-studies, an update regarding the upcoming Euro-NCAP protocol and strategy ahead as well as a presentation from the Swedish Emergency Services. We will also learn about how climate change will impact on the mobility system in the HEAT-project as well as about the new upcoming standard about safety for automated vehicles (ISO TS 5083).
SAFER researchers that are included in our contact list will get personal invitations to the seminars. Lunch for those of you that attend onsite at SAFER is served from 11.30 and the seminars will be held in hybrid format 12:00-12:45. You do not have to sign up to the event if you attend online, but registration to the lunch is needed. If you are a SAFER partner but not currently active in the network and would like to join the community, please contact Mikael von Redlich (firstname.lastname@example.org) to be added to the invitation list.
Don't miss the opportunity to learn and network, a warm welcome to our seminar series, beginning January 26!
- January 26 (week 4): Swedish Electromobility Centre – research focus and opportunities ahead, Linda Olofsson, director at SEC
- February 2 (week 5): EuroNCAP – status report about the protocol and strategy, Rikard Fredriksson, the Swedish transport administration
- February 9 (week 6): HEAT, how climate change will impact on the mobility system, Fredrik Lindberg, University of Gothenburg and Susanne Gustafsson, Jönköping University
- February 16 (week 7): Winter holiday – no seminar
- February 23 (week 8): How we roll – main results from the SAFER Pre-study, My Weidel, VTI
- March 2 (week 9): Emergency services – A report from the recently opened national development centre, Christian Carlsson, The Swedish rescue service
- March 9 (week 10): Mode Confusion in automated driving, Fjollë Novakazi, Volvo Cars
- March 16 (week 11): Einride, our new SAFER partner
- March 23 (week 12): Canceled - no seminar
- March 30 (week 13): Suicide in the transport system, Anna -Lena Andersson, the Swedish transport administration
- April 6 (week 14): Easter break - no seminar
- April 13 (week 15) Easter break - no seminar
- April 20 (week 16) The connected research resource Revere (Resource for Vehicle Research) – the new strategy and collaboration opportunities for SAFER partners, Anna Carlsson, Revere’s director
- April 27 (week 17): ISO TS 5083 - Safety for automated driving systems, Fredrik Sandblom, Zenseact and SAFER’s network leader for Safety assurance
- May 4 (week 18): Results from the SAFER Pre-studies SYNCOPE, Ke Lu, Chalmers & Traffic Safety Footprint Think Tank, Tania Willstrand, Volvo Group
- May 11 (week 19): Main results from the traffic safety indicators in Sweden 2022 and summary of the Result Conference 2023, Matteo Rizzi, the Swedish transport administration and leader of the Safe System Principles work at SAFER
- May 25 (week 21): Arriver - new SAFER partner, Annika Larsson
Please note that the schedule is preliminary and there may be changes.