Both active and passive safety of all the means of transport are issues of worldwide importance. Even though the level of knowledge seems to be satisfactory, there is undoubtedly space for improvement.
The research focuses on legislative field and experimental research related to computing simulation of passive safety of vehicles. The results of the project should enable the assessment of probability and extent of injury of pregnant women and embryos as a result of car accidents. The goal of the research is the introduction of intelligent and adaptive barrier systems in the category of cargo vehicles. Experimenting with car-motorcycle collision on a test polygon proved potential alternatives of better motorcyclist and passenger protection
- Enhancing passive safety of motor vehicles by means of changes in their construction, as well as legislation.
Passive safety study and data acquisition for traffic accidents from the viewpoint of
transport route conditions.
- Evaluation of passive safety elements and proposal on their improvement.