On the 7th and 8th of November, three international bicycle safety research activities will be organized at the Automotive Campus in Helmond, the Netherlands.
The AsPeCSS-project organizes a workshop on the 7th of November starting at 11 am. More information on www.aspecss-project.eu
The International Cycling Safety conference 2012 (ICSC2012) on the 7th and 8th of November including an informal evening program. Register on this site
The SAVECAP demo event on the 8th of November ends at 1.30 pm. More information and registration on www.savecap.org.
The ICSC2012 intends to be the premium forum for researchers and development engineers in the field of cycling safety to exchange their knowledge, to extent their network and to bring up new research topics and safety solutions. This conference is a Dutch initiative of the Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment, TNO, Fietsberaad (Dutch center of expertise on bicycle policy), SWOV and Delft University of Technology.
We are proud to present you the ICSC2012 program. We are very pleased with the variety in bicycle safety aspects and the variety in nationalities.
The total costs for the conference are 150 Euro including dinner on the 7th of November.
The AsPeCSS and SAVECAP events are free of charge and will also be held at the Automotive Campus in Helmond.
Wednesday Nov 7th 2012 2.00 - 9.00 pm.
Keynote speech by Kaya Burgess (Cities fit for cycling)
Cycling safety in Europe Claus Pastor – BASt
Stability of the bicycle Arend Schwab - Technical University Delft
Policy makers from Sweden, Copenhagen and the Netherlands in discussion Anders Lie – Sweden, Anne Eriksson – Copenhagen, Marij Philippens – the Netherlands
What do cyclists need to see to avoid single-bicycle crashes? Paul Schepers - Ministry of Infrastructure & Environment, Berry den Brinker - Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Effects of operating electronic devices while cycling- experimental studies Dick de Waard - RuG
How important is cycling safety to a car manufacturer? Abayomi Otubushin (BMW) - ACEA
Test methods for active safety functions to avoid car-bicycle accidents Jan Jacobson – SP
Closing of the official program of 1st day of the ICSC 2012
Informal event starts around 6 pm.
Thursday Nov 8th 2012 8.30 - 11.30 am
Cycling promotion and cycling safety: conflicting? Ceri Woolsgrove - ECF
Understanding safety critical interactions between bicycles and motor vehicles in Europe by means of Naturalistic Driving techniques Divera Twisk - SWOV
piloting the naturalistic methodology on bicycles Marco Dozza - Chalmers University
Recent in-depth study results including e-bikes Tina Gehlert – GDV
New insights in the behaviour of senior cyclists Carmen Hagemeister - University Dresden
What do we really know about bicycle helmets? Niels Bogerd - COST
Research and development of systems for bicyclist protection accidents with motor vehicles - test results and effectiveness estimations Rikard Fredriksson - Autoliv & Magdalena Lindman – Volvo
Closing of ICSC2012