Eurecat, the FLEXCRASH project coordinator, participated in ExpoBages, a multisectoral fair of reference in the region, which took place from 19th – 21st of May 2023 in Manresa (Barcelona, Spain).
SALEMA PROJECT'S WEBINAR
- 6th of October – Partners from FLEXCRASH will present the project during the webinar ‘The Circular Metal for Future Mobility: aluminium for light weight and sustainability’ in vehicles” organised by the SALEMA European project. More information here
EARPA FORM Forum
- 17th – 18th of October – Eurecat, the project’s coordinator, will showcase a poster based on FLEXCRASH research during the EARPA FORM Forum taking place in Brussels.
The FLEXCRASH project is presented during the research forum of Austrian universities of applied sciences
Alessio Gambi, senior lecturer and project partner from the IMC University of Applied Sciences Krems, presented the project during the Forschungsforum 2023, the research forum of Austrian universities focused on applied sciences topics, celebrated from 19th – 20th of April in St. Pölten (Austria).
Researchers from the IMC University of Applied Sciences Krems are working on the Flexcrash project to develop realistic crash scenarios and simulations of future traffic situations involving autonomous vehicles and human drivers. In the initial phase, driving scenarios extracted from publicly available databases will be fed into the soft-body simulator BeamNG.tech, a driving simulator specialising in realistic car crashes.
Flexcrash partners from Virtual Vehicle Research has hosted the project’s 1st General Assembly on March 1-2 in Graz, Austria. Representatives from each partner entity have joined the meeting to review the project tasks and actions done during the first 6 months of the project execution and discuss the next steps and activities. The meeting also…
European consortium to invest €4 million in developing safer, lighter and greener vehicle structures
The European Flexcrash project, funded with €4 million by the European Union under its Horizon Europe programme, is to develop flexible and hybrid manufacturing technology using high-strength green aluminium alloys to produce adaptive crash-tolerant vehicle structures.