8 September 2021 - 10 September 2021
Germany, Munich
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Egon Wiedekind
event.germany [at] esi-group.com


The focus of IRCOBI is on the avoidance and reduction of the severity of traffic accidents, with special emphasis on advanced safety technologies and the biomechanics of injury. The 2021 IRCOBI Europe Conference will be held online.


ESI is Session Sponsor


Furthermore ESI is co-author of the following presentations


Comparison of the Head-Neck Kinematics of Different Active Human Body Models
with Experimental Data

Oleksandr V. Martynenko, Isabell Wochner, Lennart V. Nölle, Eduardo H. Alfaro, Syn
Schmitt, Christian Mayer, Atul Mishra, Pronoy Ghosh, Ravi Kiran Chitteti, Jens Weber,
María González-García, Muriel Beaugonin, Stefanos Vlachoutsis

University of Stuttgart, Germany; Mercedes-Benz AG, Germany; Mercedes-Benz Research & Development,
India; Volkswagen AG, Germany; Ludwig Maximilian University, Germany; ESI Group, France


Short communication: Simplified multi-code model for passive muscle tissue under

Felicitas Lanzl, Andre Berger, Dominic Huehn, Simon Dussinger, Pronoy Ghosh,
Christian Mayer, Oleksandr Martynenko, Hosein Naseri, Johan Iraeus, Steffen

Ludwig-Maximilians University, Germany; ESI GmbH, Germany; Chalmers University of Technology,
Sweden; Mercedes-Benz Research & Development, India; Mercedes-Benz AG, Germany; University of
Stuttgart, Germany

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Reach Optimal Passenger Comfort and Energy Consumption

In the wake of flexible, and sometimes revolutionary, interior layouts, interior climate systems have to be rethought to be consistent with cabin configuration and the demand for individualized comfort. Engineering teams face a difficult challenge as they are called on to reinvent the cabin design while maintaining occupant safety & comfort and delivering high-performing vehicles. With virtual interior engineering, test as many layouts and scenarios of your new car concept before design freeze. Gain a global view of the cabin and manage trade-offs, from human comfort, including acoustics, cabin energy consumption, and associated car range, to passenger safety.

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Overcome Cabin & Seat Design Challenges to Meet New Comfort and Safety Expectations

Customer expectations in mobility are evolving at an unprecedented rate. In the automotive industry, internal combustion engine vehicles designed around a mechanical power-train and the human driver are rapidly giving way to electric, autonomous mobility solutions offering a personalized travel experience. Interior design engineers are required to provide each occupant, regardless of size, a safe and comfortable seat – whether sitting up straight or reclining, facing the road, or swiveling around – to adjust the temperature in a specific zone, and freedom from unwelcome sounds and vibrations.

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