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  • Akademie

    Choose certainty.Aid value.

    Protection of children

    in cars

    11th International Conference

    December 5-6, 2013

    in Munich, Germany

    Ml

    Siiliii

    lill

    mSw

    TUV SUD Akademie GmbH

  • Protection of children in cars B1wfl11th International Conference

    Akademie

    December 4 - 6, 2013, Munich, Germany

    Program on December 5. 2013 Register

    9:30 Welcome

    Prof. Dr. Klaus Langwieder

    HI Standards and rulemakingChair Prof. Dr. Klaus Langwieder, International Safety Consulting

    9:45 First experience in developing i-Size child restraint 1

    Farid Bendjellal, Britax Childcare Group (DEU); Francois Renaudin, Dorel (FRA);Heiko Johannsen, Technische Universitat Berlin (DEU)

    10:10 Research findings for the optimised evolution of the new regulation on 2

    enhanced child restraint systems

    Costandinos vlsvikis, Adam Barrow, Jolyon Carroll, Richard Cuerden,

    Mark Pitcher, TRL (UK); Peter Broertjes, European Commission (BEL)

    10:35 Validation of ECE R129 side impact test procedure 3

    Heiko Johannsen, Technische Universitat Berlin; Nariman Wagner,

    Norbert Baumgarten, IAT mbH; Karsten Waldherr, Automotive Safety Technologies GmbH (DEU)

    11:00 Coffee break

    11:30 Revisions to the Australian and New Zealand CRS standard - 2013 4

    Michael Lumley, Britax Childcare Pty Ltd (AUS)

    11:55 CRS certification and quality inspection in China 5

    Yu Feng, Shanghai Motor Vehicle Inspection Center (CHN)

    Biomechanics of Children

    Chair. Christopher Sherwood, Biocore (USA)

    12:20 Long-term medical consequences to children injured in car crashes 6

    and influence of crash directions

    Katarina Bohman, Autoliv Research and Karolinska Institutet;

    Helena Stigson, Folksam Research and Karolinska Institutet;

    Maria Krafft, Folksam Research and Umea University (SWE)

    12:45 Lunch

    14:00 Pediatric brain injury criteria via real world crash investigations, animal experiments, 7

    and finite element brain modeling

    Matthew R. Maltese, Susan S. Margulies, University of Pennsylvania and

    Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (USA)

    14:25 Chest and abdomen injury criteria task force 8

    Heiko Johannsen, Technische Universitat Berlin (DEU); Philippe Beillas,

    IFSTTAR - Universite Lyon (FRA); Farid Bendjellal, Britax Childcare Group (DEU);

    Philippe Lesire, LAB Peugeot Citroen Renault (FRA); Gerd MQIIer, Verein fur Fahrzeugsicherheit

    Berlin e.V. (DEU); Francois Renaudin, Dorel SA (FRA); Costandinos Vlsvikis, TRL (UK);

    Kees Waagmeester, Humanetics (NLD)

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  • Protection of children in cars

    11th International ConferenceAkadamlo

    December 4 - 6, 2013, Munich, Germany

    Program on December 5. 2013 Register

    14:50 Comparison of the submarining behaviours of a 6 years old human model 9

    and a Q6 dummy in sled testing

    Philippe Beillas, Anurag Soni, IFSTTAR-Unlverslte Lyon (FRA); Francois Renaudin,Dorel SA (FRA); Heiko Johannsen, Technische Universitflt Berlin (DEU)

    Dummies and Human Models

    Chair Dominik Schuster, BMW Group (DEU)

    15:15 The influence of belt geometry and different booster cushions on main Injury 10

    assessment values of the Q10 dummy In frontal crashes

    Britta Schnottale, Bernd Lorenz, Bundesanstalt fur Stralienwesen;

    Burkhard Eickhoff, Christian Verheyen, Harald Zellmer, Autoliv B.V. & Co. KG (DEU)

    15:40 Coffee break

    16:10 Evaluation of 10 years old human body model and Q10 dummy in side crash 11

    Vijay Kaiakala, Abhijeet Sinha, Prajakta Prabhune, Parthiv Shah, Mercedes-Benz

    Research and Development India Private Limited (IND); Julien Richert, Daimler AG (DEU)

    16:35 Comparison of the Q series ATDs to child volunteers in low-speed sled tests 12

    Thomas Seacrist, Caitlin M. Locey, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia;

    Emily A. Mathews, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and Drexel University (USA);

    Katarina Bohman, Autoliv Research and Karolinska Institutet (SWE);

    Kristy B. Arbogast, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and University of Pennsylvania (USA)

    17:00 Comparison of Hybrid III and Q series child ATDs for the evaluation of child 13

    restraint performance during dynamic rollovers

    Suzanne Tylko, Transport Canada (CAN); Alain Bussieres,

    PMG Technologies (USA); Jean-Philippe Lepretre, UTAC (FRA)

    17:25 End of first conference day

    Program on December 6, 2013

    HI Accident Research and field observation

    Chain Bernd Lorenz, BASt (DEU)

    8:30 Child occupant protection: Latest knowledge and future opportunities - 14

    Results of a workshop in Gothenburg, Sweden

    Kristy B. Arbogast, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (USA); Katarina Bohman,

    SAFER and Autoliv Research; Isabelle Stockman, SAFER and Chalmers University of Technology;

    Lotta Jakobsson, SAFER, Chalmers University of Technology and Volvo Car Corporation (SWE)

    8:55 Naturalistic observation of children in cars: an international partnership 15

    Judith L. Charlton, Sjaanie Koppel, Suzanne Cross, Christina Rudin-Brown, Jonny Kuo,

    Monash University Accident Research (AUS); Kristy B. Arbogast, Helen Loeb, Children's Hospital of

    Philadelphia; David Eby, University of Michigan (USA); Katarina Bohman, Autoliv Research;

    Mats Svensson, Chalmers University of Technology; Lotta Jakobsson, Volvo Car Corporation

    and Chalmers University of Technology (SWE)

    Register

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  • Protection of children in carsmum

    11th International ConferenceAkademie

    December 4 - 6, 2013, Munich, Germany

    Program on December 6. 2013 Register

    9:20 Analysis of all road accidents involving fatally injured children occurring in France in 2011 16

    Franck Leopold, Philippe Lesire, Cyril Chauvel, LAB Peugeot Citro6n Renault (FRA);

    Vuthy Phan, Sophie Cuny, CEESAR (FRA)

    9:45 Use of top tethers with forward-facing child restraints: observations and driver interviews 17

    Jessica Jermakian, Angela Eichelberger, Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (USA)

    10:10 Coffee break

    H Development of Safety products by CRS and Car ManufacturersChain Stephan Schwald, AUDI AG (DEU)

    10:45 Compact child seat - a concept designed around the users 18

    Lotta Jakobsson, Thomas Broberg, Karin Andre, Volvo Cars (SWE)

    11:10 Behaviour of occupants seated in CRS in full-scale car side impact tests with and 19

    without curtain side airbag

    Yoshinori Tanaka, Naruyuki Hosokawa, Daisuke Yamaguchi, Yasuhiro Matsui,

    National Traffic Safety and Environment Laboratory; Koji Mizuno, Nagoya University;

    Ryoichi Yoshida, Takata Corp. (JPN)

    11:35 Ford's rear seat inflatable seat belts: technology innovation and significance 20

    Frank Heitplatz, Ford-Werke GmbH (DEU); Srinivasan Sundararajan, Ford Motor Company (USA)

    12:00 Advanced rear seat protection for occupant sizes from children up to large 21

    adults in frontal impacts

    Michael Stegmeier, Hans-Peter Bausch, TRW Automotive GmbH (DEU)

    12:25 Lunch

    H Usability and MisuseChain Lothar Wech, TUV SOD (DEU)

    13:30 Effectiveness of misuse activities 22

    Gerd Muller, Verein fur Fahrzeugsicherheit Berlin e.V. (DEU)

    13:55 Passive and active CRS systems for improved comfort and safety 23

    Daniele Speziani, Phitec Ingegneria Sri; Federico Rossi, ZAAFDesign Sri (ITA)

    14:20 Three years of testing: What's the progress of 75 new cars about their 24

    possibility to install child seats?

    Anton Keller, Touring Club Schweiz (CHE)

    14:45 Resume, outlook and farewell

    Prof. Dr. Klaus Langwieder, International Safety Consulting (DEU)

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  • Protection of children in cars

    11th International Conference

    December 4-6, 2013, Munich, Germany

    Workshop on December 5, 2012

    Child safety and cultural approachChairman: Philippe Lesire, LAB PSA Peugeot-Citroen Renault

    Session 1: field experiences

    Comparative analysis of CRS use in Latin-America and the Caribbean 25

    Jesus Monclus, Julio Laria, Institute for Road Safety, MAPFRE Foundation (ESP)

    Change, challenge and culture in Oman: Child safety in cars - another lost generation? 26

    Bernadette Bhacker, Sustainability, Sultanate of Oman (OMN)

    Child restraint use in Turkey - An observational study 27

    Ceyda DQndar, TQrker Ozkan, Timo Lajunen, Middle East Technical University (TUR);

    Shivam Gupta, Connie Hoe, Adnan A. Hyder, The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (USA)

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    Session 2: Safety initiatives

    Child safety campaigns in southern China 28

    Mark Pitcher, TRL (UK); IQTC Guangdong Inspection and Quarantine Technology Center (CHN)

    Safety of children in cars - Use and misuse of CRS: Model of intervention in primary 29

    care trusts - pilot-experience in Portugal

    Helena Sacadura Botte, Elsa Rocha, Rita Ferreira, Sandra Nascimento,

    APSI, Portuguese Association for Child Safety Promotion (PRT)

    Australian parents' perceptions, beliefs and attitudes about child occupant 30

    safety and their influence on real world child occupant travel

    Suzanne L. Cross, Judith L. Charlton, Sjaan Koppel, Monash University Accident Research Centre (AUS)

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