SAFER Project Result Day has been successfully concluded! ūüéČ

Mar, 20 2024

Our first SAFER Project Result Day in stage 6 has been successfully concluded! 

Johanna Larsson, VTI, presented the latest research on safety culture for organisations working with automated vehicles.

Through the SAFER platform, our partners have been working in various project, all aiming to save lives in traffic. Yesterday we had the privilege of learning from some of these experts as they shared their invaluable insights and experiences;

  • Injury HBM step 4¬†- Pelvis and spine injury predicting models,¬†Bengt Pipkorn, Autoliv
  • Active HBM step 5- Active human body models for virtual occupant response,¬†Lotta Jakobsson, Volvo Cars
  • ADOPT!VE¬†- Application for Automated Design & Optimization of Vehicle Ergonomics,¬†Erik Brolin, University of Sk√∂vde
  • AI in infrastructure planning to enhance traffic safety:¬†SINTIA¬†and¬†DIAMOND,¬†Yury Tarakanov, Viscando and He Tan, J√∂nk√∂ping University
  • SCREENS¬†- Safe Car Driving with Head Up Displays and Camera Monitor Systems,¬†Kjell Brunnstr√∂m, RISE
  • RE-ENGAGE¬†- Driver re-engagement in autonomous driving,¬†Jonas Andersson, RISE
  • Safety culture and automated vehicles,¬†Johanna Larsson, VTI
  • REDO¬†- Remote Driving Operations, Maytheewat Aramrattana, VTI
  • SALIENCE4CAV¬†- Safety lifecycle enabling continuous deployment for CAV, Fredrik Warg, RISE
  • VALU3S¬†Verification and Validation of Automated Systems‚Äô Safety and Security, Behrooz Sangchoolie, RISE

A huge thank you to for shedding light on Advancements in Human Body Modelling: Challenges and opportunities, sharing expertise in how to enhancing safety through Human Factors research, and presented SAFER partners latest Developments in automated driving systems.

If you missed this community meeting, you can catch up on all the insightful discussions and key takeaways by accessing the presentations, se here (SAFER partners only!)!

Lotta Jakobsson, Volvo Cars, presented the latest development for the SAFER HBM and its applications in research.