Open Access Virtual Testing Protocols for Enhanced Road User Safety (VIRTUAL)
The overall objective of VIRTUAL is to improve the safety of urban road users by providing procedures and open access tools to assess the benefit of novel safety systems. The goal is to establish a European based global hub for Open Source Virtual Testing freely accessible on the internet and to demonstrate its success in traffic safety. Open Source Human Body Models (OS-HBMs) of both men and women will be developed in a format that is scalable to represent all different ages and sizes for both car occupants, vulnerable road users (VRU), and users of public transport.
- W2Economics (Private, Netherlands)
- AGU Zurich (Private, Switzerland)
- Volvo Cars (Private, Sweden)
- AXA Versicherungen AG (Private, Switzerland)
- University of Ljubljana (Academic, Slovenia)
- Siemens Aktiengesellschaft Österreich (Private, Austria)
- Dynamore Nordic Ab (Private, Sweden)
- Institute for Road Safety Research (SWOV) (Research Institute, Netherlands)
- Folksam försäkringar (Private, Sweden)
- Technical University of Madrid (Academic, Spain)
- The Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute (VTI) (Research Institute, Sweden)
- Technische Universität Graz (Academic, Austria)
- The Institute of Transport Economics (TØI) (Non Profit, Norway)
- Faurecia Sièges d’Automobile (Private, France)
- Dorel France SA (Private, France)
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Full Professor at Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Division of Vehicle Safety
Research in impact biomechanics, Experimental biomechanics, Crash dummy development, Development of crash test procedures. Key expertise in whiplash injury biomechanics. This injury type is the by...
Post doc at Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Division of Vehicle Safety
Johan’s research is focused on biomechanics, with emphasis on car crashes. The research is mainly carried out using computer simulations with human body models, but also includes database studies. A...
Research assistant at Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Division och Vehicle Safety
Jobin’s research focusses on developing computational models of the human body, primarily for injury biomechanics applications. Jobin’s PhD thesis focused on the influence of cervical spine...
Adjunct Professor at Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Division of Vehicle Safety
Astrid Linder is an Adjunct Professor in Injury Prevention at Chalmers University and Research Director of Traffic Safety at Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute (VTI), responsible...
Doctoral student at Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Division of Vehicle Safety
I Putu Alit Putra is a Ph.D student at the Injury Prevention Group, Department of Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Division of Vehicle Safety. He focuses his research on human body computational...
My research in road safety began in 1988 when I began post graduate studies with the UBC Accident Research Team in Vancouver, B.C., Canada. Since then I have worked in almost all areas of road and...
- European Commission (EC) (Public, Belgium)