Body/Chassis/Occupant Protection and Pedestrian Safety/Structure

As we move from SAE levels 1-5 of automated vehicles, the criticality of occupant protection and safety as well as chassis and structure development cannot be underestimated. WCX Organizers bring over 175 critical subject matter experts from OEMs, suppliers and consultants to present at 40 sessions on issues around human factors, biomechanics, vehicle dynamics, aerodynamics, accident reconstruction, pedestrian, vehicle impact, crashworthiness, tires, wheels, lights and restraints.

We are seeking your expertise and willingness to share knowledge by preparing an abstract for manuscripts and oral presentations that address critical pain points engineers are experience and solutions that will help them solve issues on technology development and integration that affect day to day vehicle development issues.

Topics of Interest

Occupant Protection

  • Accident Reconstruction
  • Pedestrian and Cyclist Safety
  • Crashworthiness
  • Occupant Restraints (Air Bags, Seat Belts, Knee Bolsters, Child Seats, etc.)
  • Biomechanics
  • Integrated Safety Systems Event Data Recorders (EDR)
  • Rear Impact, Side Impact and Rollover
  • Testing and Simulation

Vehicle Aerodynamics

  • Surface Contamination and Experimental Technologies & Correlation
  • Vehicle Interaction
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics

Vehicle Dynamics, Stability and Control

Steering and Suspension Technology

Active and Automated Driving System Safety

Human Factors

  • Driving and Automotive Telematics
  • Seating Comfort
  • Driver Vision and Lighting

Fire Safety

Tire and Wheel Technology

Electric Vehicle Drivetrain Dynamics

Simulator Aided Engineering

Motorsports Engineering

Automotive Lighting Technology

 

If you don’t see a topic listed for your abstract please contact Marc LeDuc to seek the proper location to submit your abstract.

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