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ICT
Airbag 2000 plus
 
_ 7th International Symposium and Exhibition on
Sophisticated Car Occupant Safety Systems

Karlsruhe Congress Center
November 29th to December 1st 2004

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Lectures
Program as PDF
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Monday, November, 29, 2004

     

11.30 - 13.00

 

Press Meeting (registered journalists only)

     

13.00

 

Opening of the Exhibition

     

14.30 - 18.00

 

Workshop "Igniter Technique"

   

Specification and Standardization (Interfaces, Components, Tests for Reliability)

   

Participation on separate invitation

     

14.30 - 18.00

 

Workshop "Airbags - Rescue Operations and Related Risks"

   

adressing Fire-Brigades, Ambulances and Rescue Forces

   

Participation on separate invitation
Teilnahme über gesonderte Einladung

     

18.00 - 21.00

 

Welcome Reception

   

for all participants (Symposium, Workshops, Exhibition)

     
     
   

Tuesday, November, 30, 2004

     

09.30 - 09.45

 

Welcome and Opening

   

K.-F. Ziegahn,

   

Fraunhofer ICT, Pfinztal, D

     

09.45 - 10.05

 

Greeting addresses

     

10.05 - 10.35

V 1

Key Lecture

   

Potential for Enhanced Safety Improvement

   

U. Seiffert

   

WiTech Engineering GmbH, Braunschweig, D

     

10.35 - 11.00

 

Coffee Break

     

11.00

1. Session

   

General Issues

   

Chairman: Josef Haberl, BMW AG, D

     

11.00 - 11.25

V 2

Active Safety Technology - How Big is the Safety Benefit?

   

R. Medford

   

NHTSA, Washington, USA

     

11.25 - 11.50

V 3

International Product Liability Law - The Virus Spreads!

   

T. Smith

   

Lungershausen & Smith, Böblingen, D

     

11.50 - 12.15

V 4

Airbag & Co - Growth without Limits? - Trends, Challenges and Potentials in our Industry

   

B. Werner

   

Autoliv GmbH, Dachau, D

     

12.15 - 14.00

 

Lunch Break

     

14.00

2. Session

   

Field Experiences and Regulations Affecting Design and Concepts

   

Chairman: Werner Schmidt, AUDI AG, Ingolstadt, D

     

14.00 - 14.25

V 5

IIHS New Side Impact Test Procedure and Results

   

S. Ferguson

   

IIHS, Arlington, USA

     

14.25 - 14.50

V 6

Study of Real World Occupant Postures and Passenger Bracing Behaviour

   

R. Morris, G. Cross, L. Bingley

   

MIRA Ltd., Nuneaton, GB

     

14.50 - 15.15

V 7

Real World Performance of Newer Model Frontal Airbags in the United States

   

S. Ferguson

   

IIHS, Arlington, USA

     

15.15 - 15.40

V 8

A Study into the Effectiveness of Real Time Control when Applied to Restraint System Performance in Frontal Crashes

   

J. Cooper

   

TNO Automotive Safety Systems, Delft, NL

     

15.40

 

Airbag Award Ceremony

     

15.50

 

Coffee Break / Poster Session

     

16.20

3. Session

   

Inflating Gas Generating Technology

   

Chairman: Ulrich Tschäschke, DaimlerChrysler AG, Sindelfingen, D

     

16.20 - 16.45

V 9

New Generation of Nitrocellulose-Based and Polymer-Bounded Propellants

   

H. Andres, J. Rebetez, A. Skriver, B. Stucki

   

Nitrochemie Wimmis AG, Wimmis, CH

     

16.45 - 17.10

V 10

Silicon Initiator, from the Idea to Functional Tests

   

H. Laucht

   

TRW Airbag Systems GmbH, Aschau/Inn, D

   

H. Bartuch

   

CiS Zentrum für Mikrosensorik gGmbH, D

   

D. Kovalev

   

TU München, München, D

     

17.10 - 17.35

V 11

Compressed Gas Technology for Airbag Applications

   

M. Bohn

   

Linde AG, Höllriegelskreuth, D

     

17.35 - 18.00

V 12

Steam Bag - a New Concept for Environmental Safe Filling of Airbags

   

K.-F. Ziegahn, J. Neutz

   

Fraunhofer ICT, Pfinztal, D

   

F. Flamm, F. Richarts

   

Flamm AG, Aachen, D

     

18.00 - 18.25

V 13

Versatility of a Two Chamber Gasgenerator for Airbag Applications

   

F. Beteille, F. Buyer, P. Cord

   

SEVA Technologies, Paris, F

   

M. Niehaus, O. Greeb, K. Menke

   

Fraunhofer ICT, Pfinztal, D

     

18.30 - 22.00

 

Evening Reception

   

Visit of Exhibition and Poster Session

 
 
 

Wednesday, December 1, 2004

     

08.30

4. Session

   

Sensor Systems

   

Chairman: Bernhard Mattes, Robert Bosch GmbH, Stuttgart, D

     

08.30 - 08.55

V 14

The Potential of Optical Sensors for Future Restraints Systems

   

T. Görnig

   

Conti Temic microelectronic GmbH, Ingolstadt, D

     

08.55 - 09.20

V 15

Can Occupant Protection Systems Benefit from Pre-Crash Sensors?

   

S. Al-Samarae

   

TAKATA-PETRI AG, Aschaffenburg, D

   

M.P. Bruce

   

TAKATA Electronic Safety Systems,

   

Farmington Hills, USA

     

09.20 - 09.45

V 16

iBolt Technology - A Weight Sensing System for Advanced Passenger Safety

   

K. Kasten, A. Stratmann, K. Dirscherl, M. Munz

   

Robert Bosch GmbH, Reutlingen, D

   

R. Jones

   

Robert Bosch Corp., Farmington Hills, USA

     

09.45 - 10.10

V 17

Crash Impact Sound Sensing (CISS) - Higher Crash Discrimination Performance at Lower Cost

   

M. Feser, C. Wieand

   

Siemens VDO Automotive AG, Regensburg, D

     

10.10

 

Coffee Break / Poster Session

     

10.40

5. Session

   

Airbag System Design

   

Chairman: Hans Spies, Ingenieurbüro Spies, Hohenwart, D

     

10.40 - 11.05

V 18

KISS - An Universal Approach to the Development and Design of Occupant Restraint Systems

   

C. Weiss, F. Keck

   

AUDI AG, Ingolstadt, D

   

A. Neubohn

   

Volkswagen AG, Wolfsburg, D

   

A. Kuhn

   

Andata Entwicklungstechnologie GmbH & Co. KG, Hallein, A

     

11.05 - 11.30

V 19

OOP-Simulation - A Tool to Design Airbags? Current Capabilities in Numerical Simulation

   

B. Beesten, R. Reilink

   

Volkswagen AG, Wolfsburg, D

   

A. Hirth

   

DaimlerChrysler AG, Sindelfingen, D

   

R. Remensperger

   

Porsche AG, Weissach, D

   

D. Rieger

   

BMW AG, München, D

   

G. Seer

   

AUDI AG, Ingolstadt, D

     

11.30 - 11.55

V 20

A Knee Air Bag for Enhancing Frontal Impact Protection

   

J. Hoffmann

   

TG Europe N.V., Saarbrücken, D

   

M. Hashimoto

   

Toyoda Gosei Co. Ltd., Nagoya, JAP

     

11.55 - 12.20

V 21

Different Polymers for Airbag Cushion

   

Materials - An Evaluation of Static,

   

Dynamical and Thermal Properties

   

R. Köhnen

   

Polyamide High Performance GmbH, Wuppertal, D

     

12.20 - 14.00

 

Lunch Break

     

14.00

6. Session

   

Future of Occupant Protection

   

Chairman: Marcus Biewendt, Volkswagen AG, Wolfsburg, D

     

14.00 - 14.25

V 22

iVisionTM - Video Interior Occupant Sensor for Dynamic Out-of-Position Sensing and Occupant Classification

   

H. Freienstein, T. Engelberg, H.-D. Bothe,

   

Robert Bosch GmbH, Hildesheim, D

   

R. Watts

   

Robert Bosch Corp., USA

     

14.25 - 14.50

V 23

Individual Safety

   

C. Rüdebusch

   

DaimlerChrysler AG, Sindelfingen, D

     

14.50 - 15.15

V 24

Potential of Adaptive Restraints in Frontal Collisions

   

M. Gonter, R. Zobel

   

Volkswagen AG, Wolfsburg, D

   

U. Spies

   

Audi AG, Ingolstadt, D

     

15.15 - 15.40

V 25

Sensor and Electronic Development Drives Occupant Protection and Rules in New Areas

   

H. Spies

   

Ingenieurbüro Spies, Hohenwart, D

     

15.40

 

Closing Remarks

     
     
 

Thursday, December 2, 2004

09.30 - 12.30

 

Visit of Fraunhofer ICT

   

(please tick on your registration form whether you want to participate)

     

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