The second project phase of TUC has started and will run until end of October 2020. Major objectives of this phase is to prepare and establish methods and procedures enabling an agreed and harmonised application of valid virtual HBMs in occupant and pedestrian/cyclist active and passive safety analysis.
The project’s organisation was updated for the second phase involving now different kinds of partners, i.e. Core Partners, a Technical Advisor, the Coordinator, Associated Partners, Development Partners and Attendees. For further information, please refer to About TUC.
The TUC logo and website was updated for the second phase of the TUC project.
In cooperation with the Association of German Engineers (VDI) the THUMS USER COMMUNITY organises the International Conference on Human Body Modelling in Automotive Safety. The conference will take place in Berlin on November 28 and 29, 2017. Prof. Dr. Steffen Peldschus from the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich and Dr. Henry Bensler from Volkswagen AG will take the lead. Further information on the conference’s focus, contents and programme can be found here.
TUC project presented at the 13th International Symposium on Sophisticated Car Safety Systems
The TUC Reference Points were introduced to the audience of the 13th International Symposium on Sophisticated Car Safety Systems (Airbag 2016) in Mannheim by the Project Coordinator Therese Fuchs in a presentation with the title:
THUMS User Community – Standardising the Application of Human Body Models
Current status of TUC project presented at the International Symposium on Human Modeling and Simulation in Automotive Engineering
The current status of the work conducted within the THUMS User Community was presented at the 6th International Symposium on Human Modeling and Simulation in Automotive Engineering in Heidelberg by the Scientific Coordinator Steffen Peldschus in a presentation with the title:
Towards a More Standardized Application of Human Body Models
The TUC Validation Repository was introduced to the HBM community during the presentation.