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right as the big guy takes off his position on the side of the face okay
i welcome to this afternoon's uh sessions i should say without a a lot this morning about
technology and innovation in sports and how it's driving in changing sport
we're gonna focus possible this afternoon on the way in which that sporting technology and innovation
is a affecting in impacting on our everyday life and
there is perhaps no better example of that
been through the world of mergers board and how changes
affected at the tall have a trickle down
into the well the real live and driving a normal meg here is is the uh
safety director for the international automobile federation you have your own talking in the panel oh yeah
he's not gonna provide you a specific presentation on the world
uh but it's been corrected to see all mergers for
innovation and technology legends and lore meg yes
yeah yeah
thank you good afternoon ladies and gentlemen thank you very much for uh as you
about eighty to a exchange together today about a half safety research activity
as as some of you may know the years here phi as the uh
one little spot governing body as the quite a large safety research activity
and that's what we wanted to present uh to you today what do we develop
within these uh safety work and and more importantly how do we then go
from uh what we developed for the approval championships with all the technology available how do we then go to
uh do and get all the drivers on computers all one rolled into
national race he's uh how do they benefit from that safety wise
um so this is the a few things that we will uh go through to do that today uh first
we will show you an example of all crash investigation because this is where most
of all safety work he starting a within our capability to investigate crashes um
and then we will give you a few examples of what jesus safety research for for model sport or at
least how do we go about it and in the second part of the presentations we will um
try to write exchange about uh how do we then go from
the top level for gospel to everybody uh having a a race on sunday afternoon in
a in their in their regional uh a partner regional part of the world
and i'm finally in the in the last sections uh perhaps the most important for
the coming years uh how do we ensure that the road user ah you
as everybody in their world car benefits from all these amount of
safety research uh that is put into into model sport years after years
first from a process point of view it might sound a bit boring but this is where a
everything start for us uh with which crash investigations uh also after accidents uh pretty much any
serious accident that's weapon will while when that will end up on our desk and we will have to conduct the investigations
uh from that as we discussed this morning there is nothing we do to actually of what accent to happen
but we would like to find solutions for um the accident not to
have any consequences for eyes rather the proposal all the spectators
i'm from that we had nobody comes out a new safety features so we invent something
and you safety equipment and you better yeah and you highlight and you
crash test um and this goes eventually into regulations which will
uh sooner or later a given of the accident and hopefully the processing proving that way
now we also like to think that we have our own drive to make racing safer we don't just wait for next and to happen
a lot of the safety research work he's also driven by uh how long
drive to uh try to make model sport a a safer environment
so we wanted to give you one example of crash investigations some of you uh
might be familiar with the example that uh we are going to take
uh we have developed over the years a number of um
they'd also sees to produce a best possible crash investigations
we are very lucky we are able to
a group the cost and the drivers with a very high number of sense so that give us to use that on page compared to
say the road accidents all uh any any other sort of accidents in
sports where we can actually have the data of what's happening
so we have what we call accident data recorder the black box with like when you what you
have in an aeroplane that gives you the key for see that happen during an accident
then we also measure these forces directly into the driver's head so dry there's a top level
of a model support actually where yep p. c.'s in which we feed exeter which is
and and these give us an indication of uh the amount of
energy level that the brothers had c. during an accident
so you can already see here a key aspect for us because you know what the car has seen
and use than the what the drive us even in between the two of
you have a pretty much everything we do about fifteen model spot
from the safety equipment to crash test to z. um copied environment
and then we added a few uh more fancy elements we know
how the high speed camera uh facing the driver's head
doing uh at all time which give us incredible insight about what's happening
i'm doing an accident in term of like the formation in term of all the
helmets uh interact with the cockpit how's it hides moves inside the helmets and then
we uh had about biometric this morning's the last one on the right
hand side these uh i'll drivers on all equipped with biometric gloves
whereby all doctors have allied informations about the health status and the vital stages so when
alex and happen and you see them illegal copies of the track the doctors inside
the car actually know what is the uh bible studies of
the drivers in trying to improve our rescue a level
so this is an accident that happened um at the very beginning of
twenty sixteen it was actually the first time that we had or
this is installed on the cost so um i found out that also was kind
enough to try them or so you first thought the first crash here
against the wall that's what we call a trash one that's crash too whiny role
onto the rubble double that's crash three when he's a heavy landing a uh over there
you're going to see it from a z. on balls the kind from which doesn't
give you much but that's uh that was just for that and something k. p. h. uh accident
that's what we get after the accident not very user friendly but we're going to go through together so
this is a time line at the beginning of the accident at the end of the accidents
that's the g. forces on the car and we are going to to go
to go through that together so that's when you remember the first
what we call it loss of control happens the first point where actually
the car contacted together on and be actually don't stop it
that we had the impact one you remember when the fallible stock crashed into the wall
that was a forty five g. impact on to the car as you can see it's it's purely that fall so
the brothers only sees a lot for the impact of the cost because the guy still troubling extremely fast forward
and on his wife here you can see what these brain sees that the accelerator that id
is he is um and so they react as you see the two big here they
react easy to impact he had with the wall the first with the front wheel and
then with the real with me then you remember when the car started to roll
well that's a dose of all these huge impact doesn't too pretty bad but it's as bad as
a first contact with the war and fortunately for him same side and again purely out for
and you can see the slightly different reactions from is yes and um brain in
that in that second crash and then you have the very heavy landing
here so as you can see it's not the spike in a mall it's not not for
anymore that's just the longitudinal that's a um a a a a landing very soft
a crash which uh let's see i'm also given a a chance just to survive
yeah so said the sort of day that we get a after every crash
and with the high speed cameras that we shoulder audio for each of these
time stamp we have for that frame plastic cans of images showing what the
drive a dozen and how the uh had is moving into the cockpit
so that's what we do pretty much for a or major accidents
and what we send to reside is that we use that to design the next generation
of equipment next iteration of him at the next generations of headrest concrete environments um
by by understanding what are the injuries facials for cox elevations bright
x. iterations resent design i like with bands to that limit
that the sort of a images you get from that camera um
it's not very impressive like that but the beauty of it
is that it gives us for that from from best seconds which give us into neat little the days in it
in the instant of an accident we have got just before his accident here to avoid a showing uh but images
so what do we do next
then we start the research so we take another example now oh
why there was a sony hard uh oh very serious spy injuries during
the accident look please uh ease fully recover now he's racing again
um however it was for us a a a striking
examples because we're getting a lot of spinal injury
bean in this sort of cost and we're we're not getting them in all
the category of models also what we did is that we've reproduced
see complete uh at exact positions of on twenty in the car and we've put
him in a in an m. r. i. scanned to understand exactly um how
was it in the car so that's how it looks um and and from
that date are we have a field of yep sure crash test model
it's something we do in partnership with we still doubled accompanying up an autograph try
to reproduce the trash so you remember from the first accident we have
all the prostate that we know exactly what jack situations where and what the
driver that's seen and we are going to ask the simulations reproduce that
and quite incredibly just summations is able to reproduce the injuries suffered by anthony
so if you get to that level of accuracy use and start to scan everything you say okay i know for this
crash is uh for these injuries now what can i do for the same crash to get him to walk away
i just got everything you scanned the sit positions you scanned the
headdress shape just kinda had met you scan the events geometry
and and eventually from that you end up having you recommendations for how to see that
was in the car all what equipment to develop so in that specific example
um the very same cry she was it was seated as on that picture here at
the study five degrees angle so very very much lay back into the car um
she had been seated slightly more upright here he would not have had the
um um it's final factors that you had so it just sort of
uh tools we are using to develop our equipments
so most uh difficult but how do you get is that the rest of the sport so
as you have seen it is very much everything is very much data driven we do pretty much does thing if we don't have the data also these
these these nice but box we have them mean in about thirty five championships war why it's it's a bit more
than one thousand cars and that's a drive for for for everything we do um then when we have that
we have to find ways to develop the fancy technology to zero that category of all the sport
is very easy to have very safe environment in informal wanting w. all seen from what he
uh it's a lot more difficult to get the same safe environment for national racing
uh with a lot lower a budget for the cars a lot lower budgets for the equipments
so mm mm as an example of how he's that that's the way we do with the um
helmets so we the f. i. as its own handed stand out we talked about it briefly this morning
um we believe it that way of putting it what makes it the safest head right in the world however
uh it's an expensive at night it's not something we can mandate for all categories of products possible like
so what do you do when you are there will which shows the approach of saying
okay that's all best highlights uh we can we can sleep copy
at night however let's make one that these eighty percent
as safe as a top one but cost ten percent of the price
it's a bit philosophical was uh one should be going to the direction or not but that's what we chose to do and that's how we feel the
a national market with a helmet that these costing it ten percent of uh the one that they would have it done whereas
but uh he's providing um as as much as eighty percent of the of the safety level
and we have don't also the same sort of approach for um all the
categories of users and such as the children's and and and so on
or yeah now we do that for the helmet we do that for everything else so that's um yeah
a small video that explain how we do that for pretty much anything that that uh everything right
as i say
no where
oh yes yes
so that's the approach we took ah we basically
one okay don't satisfy anything that doesn't draw those uh which means that there is a research work
the same one that the one you have seen for the highlight of
listing sitting positions we do that for every single piece of equipment
that would probably just on dot and then any company in the world can try to pass the stand
out and that's the only equipment we would follow a international or a model spots to be using
so it's been a long long way to get to the several uh but that's the uh approach that we um
i think gave us a tremendous results when it came to reducing the number off of fatalities will like
now um
from racing to the road structural we call them at the f. i. um
this is the projects we have embarked i'm a little while ago
in order to not only try to the probably what we learn we stop model sport for
a smaller categories but more importantly perhaps to try to learn from that safety
research a fault um for the end user for the road users
so there is many many examples that we could take a alley was
here this morning and and and showcasing formula easy um the
f. i. as three hybrid or electric championships well wild uh
for a one uh what on the restaurant digits informally
uh a lot of money factors are going to have to develop new technology for the batteries for their
n. jeans um and and and it has been a a very good drives for other what kind history as
well as a matter of example between two thousand and thirteen and two thousand and fourteen informal one
i sell best kept secret we don't like to to say it unfortunately but
be the the cars are using such a three percent less fuel
uh they got the same pace arguably the go faster now um but
with the introduction of the ivory technology we simply uh it
gets the food consumption by thirty three percent imagine if you're reading that them on your on your old car and that's hopefully
what's uh that work will eventually end up giving to to to every to everyone of us
um there is many all the example of where
model sport a research as zen given
uh applications to to the end users such as well you know
uh directions gearbox cabin does breaks all all all couple jesse
but we are not trying to to go on to the next step and
uh we have been tackling connected guy infrastructure for either why now
uh again we don't like to speak about it but effectively when you watch a former our what formula
one race it's already a practical environment uh the cost because infrastructure infrastructure speaks to the car
we can send message to the car the cock and send us messages um
series series rolls along where we could control the speed of the car
um there is basically all the elements to um to
have a very controlled i'm gonna to be cool
and to all of them is a with some of them with aspects of it environments
and and it's it's a play field where again we are welcoming some
uh a lot of players that can develop technologies that are as an
apply to uh to the uh end user on the road
the final two examples
the a. d. r. so it's one of the project that we are taking pretty much like for like into the world got so
the ideas of the black box offenders boxes that gives you all the fancy graphs on the g. forces on the car
from these g. forces of the got we have pretty much built
the on tire safety strategy when it comes to developing a
new technology and and and new equipment then you structure for the cost what we're putting these box into august now
um with the help of the mobility side of the if i we are i'm
having a few pilot projects where these boxes are going into into your costs
um and and from there we would be involved in to the crash investigations
of some of them to see if you can learn something more
about how to then develop so next generations of of safety features for
uh for the car but also for the copied environment um
and a final word of final well before i'm opening the filter questions um
in this context c. f. i. as a as a very interesting initiative weights mixing bowls
the spot size and the mobility side of the fire weekly it's mouth cities
e. t.'s full five events in the year where in the context of the format you raise
uh which is happening in the city centre we bring around the tables all the actors from the city
and from the spot side so would bring all the startup that are pushing
innovation in model spot and all the stuff that without pushing relations for
the next generation of c. t. n. and city traffic and we put them together in eleven that would cause a small city
the next one is on june lines during the formal i race
of zurich and uh as international federations you would be
a receiving invitations to join us there and to uh uh hopefully contribute to uh to making the next step
so thank you very much ah everybody for attention and i'm i'm more than happy to uh answer any question
no problem microphone is coming and we're
are we gonna hand hand held microphone of object right are bigger
okay yeah okay it's okay questions or couple actually gentleman there
you go first thank you uh_huh hi thanks hide or things that the uh presentation
uh comparing the competition and the road with your uh i'm asked all um
on the competition you improve the security while we're trying to also increase the speed of the car
whereas on the roads governments tend to improve the security by reducing the state of the car
um for instance the switching it to eighty or ninety
yeah there's our uh which is the top the opposite direction of where where we can
see in uh in the sports um so how could i file a um
i never improve that that level of consisted of correct or governments
to approach security from a different perspective than just releasing speed
but probably increasing on board securities or
infrastructure security i it's a very good point of course
um as as a fire mobility side we encourage
anything that would reduce fatalities or including the reduction of speed but when it comes to sports side
as we explain this morning when it comes to sports i there is nothing we do that should
take something away from the sport and therefore uh we try to have a a great uh
um improvement rate for the safety features of the cars and for the speed of the car
so we can have cost of cost uh the towns we have this year
in informal one in rally are the fastest kind history of the categories
and and and it's something that we feel a good about because we know that
the safety level that we brought in these cars ah ah unprecedented um
what would like to do i guess e. or ease ease that we would like to bring sets safety expertise into the world our business
but but i think there is no doubt that um you if if you are targeting uh
a reduction it involves fatalities you we want that to be complemented by uh the
region of speed as well so and that and this is where the
sports and and mobility um um agreed with the side but on our side we
we want to bring the safety features to the to the b. side
my question yes
um one of the biggest change we've seen design of the cars this year for a one is the introduction to handle
um how you approach case and in whatever expectation in the future around that
uh as sex that i've seen and so yeah there's a halo was uh
so hello was a obviously a very big projects five years of research a bit more
um we are putting it in formula one but also in or single seater categories as they
as they come up you um you know how many fatalities reason what models possible wide
rough idea
anybody wants to pick a number or model spots during one year worldwide whatever
categories of modest albright racing cross country i'm drifting uh what else
rallies uh endurance anything anywhere in the world
drive a school drivers spectators everybody
officials happens unfortunately media how many fatalities at the end of the year
somebody was a try
no no that too unfortunately it's it's really good anyway anywhere between fifty and one hundred
if you think about the amount of activities it's it's still a very very low number
so so halo came because um we have improved as we said this morning
dramatically the safety of the got the last thirty years we don't have
we have very tell intrusion anymore into the car which was the main pulled off of casualties
so the car protects the drivers legs and body from in most cases from um um
intrusions from outside however um the neck was still exposed and we have the hands that came in fifteen years
ago and protected the neck and all the head was the last one exposed for single seater categories
um and this is where you have still the where dawn on the yes her majors and all these
concussion work and and everything at to try to understand how to limits that are
and if you look at the next ten years you will have had impact
i'm from the brother's head to eyes on all the car or
a a piece of debris or um anything as a war
it might not be a lot might be i don't know ten twenty the next file thing
yes but if you look at the numbers if you wanna bring the fifty two two
that you need to go and uh after this once and that's that's what we've done with a halo
um i ironically there was a very significant incidents this weekend for the first time the halo
a former to racing in in spain and and and we could have had to wait two or three years to have that
but actually a a driver's escape very serious injuries ah s. thanks to the halo as
the way we have another got would've landed ah pretty much on his head as this weekend
so it's been a long long research work long fight to get
a people to understand what we uh we're trying to achieve
we happen shows that there is a i stated critics i will try to improve that but
the underlying objective was to go after these uh ten of twenty fatalities an expert opinions
more questions anybody
oh that's our our technician or sell sci erica dramatics
i i was aware that there is to it yeah box
i i without that we did not want to share information
it is a very good question or a guy actually we it's been
a it's been a long fight um to get to their uh
out of the study five championships where we have about boxing it half of them are not a fire we have no jurisdiction
but they still do it tasted the because of that because we show them the safety research what we do with it
we show them that the next generation of cars whatever that racing ways we benefit from it
not now in three of times in five years times and and they act
like i guess the progress that's been made the last fifteen years
so it's been difficult to start but no uh uh let's see we go faster and
faster we we're at twenty championships two years ago we are thirty five nearly now
and and and we have a we have bigger than for that if you just so um uh
look the society becomes a bit more safety conscious and and there is a
um there is a drive to to go that way to date ownership is a good questions we
on the data so it's even more difficult than that because we on these data um
we guarantee the privacy and we also commits to give anybody with this um
i don't recall those uh that have a crash we we do the analysis for them for free and we use them back to them

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Conference program

Welcome Words by David Eades
David Eades
15 May 2018 · 9:06 a.m.
Welcome Words by Philippe Leuba
Phillipe Leuba, Chef du Département de l'Economie et du Sport
15 May 2018 · 9:08 a.m.
Welcome Words by Grégoire Junod
Grégoire Junod
15 May 2018 · 9:13 a.m.
Welcome Words by Benoit Mariani
Benoit Mariani
15 May 2018 · 9:15 a.m.
Hacking the Future
Andy Walshe
15 May 2018 · 9:25 a.m.
Talkback Session: Smart Venues, Moderated by David Eades
Daniel Marion, John Rhodes, Claire Lewis
15 May 2018 · 10:18 a.m.
Talkback Session: Wearables and Data, Moderated by David Eades
Terho Lahtinen, Jean-Christophe Longchampt, Christophe Ramstein, Patrick Schoettker
15 May 2018 · 11:04 a.m.
Talkback Session: Fans and Data, Moderated by Rebecca Hopkins
Horesh Ben Shitrit, Pete Burns, David Lampitt, Clemens Schnellert
15 May 2018 · 11:46 a.m.
Interviews, Moderated by David Eades
Stéphane Guerry, Joey Tan, Olivier Glauser, Albert Mundet
15 May 2018 · 1:45 p.m.
Talkback Session: Machine Learning and AI, Moderated by Jay Stuart
Nicolas Chapart, Nicolas Déal, Johan Vounckx, Mehrsan Javan
15 May 2018 · 2:37 p.m.
Jochen Färber
15 May 2018 · 3:14 p.m.
Talkback Session: NextGen Video & Engagement, Moderated by Nicolas Henchoz
Christoph Heimes, Spencer Nolan, Pedro Presa, Alexandra Willis
15 May 2018 · 3:30 p.m.
Interview on Security
Earl Crane
15 May 2018 · 4:08 p.m.
Talkback Session: Cyber security and Digital Security, Moderated by Sébastien Kulling
Dang Duy, Thomas Shorrock, Jean-Pierre Hubaux, Simon Trudelle
15 May 2018 · 4:19 p.m.
Introduction of Day 2
David Eades
16 May 2018 · 9:35 a.m.
Social Business and Sport
Muhammad Yunus
16 May 2018 · 9:38 a.m.
Talkback Session: Designer Bodies - Yes or No? Moderated by David Eades
Roland Sigrist, Vincent Gremeaux, Carlos Canto Alvarez, Véronique Lugrin
16 May 2018 · 10:27 a.m.
Talkback Session: Designing for the Future, Moderated by Jay Stuart
Ali Russell, Emilio Risques, Véronique Michaud, Thilo Alex Brunner
16 May 2018 · 11:08 a.m.
Talkback Session: Protection through Innovation, Moderated by Mike Miller
Liam Mc Tiernan, Laurent Mekies, Eric Nauman, Martial Saugy, Mathieu Saubade
16 May 2018 · 12:04 p.m.
From Racing to the Road
Laurent Mekies
16 May 2018 · 1:32 p.m.
Talkback Session: Understanding the eSports Ecosystem, Moderated by Jay Stuart
Brent Barry, Anna Baumann, Julien Delalande, Michael Journot, Carlos "ocelote" Rodriguez Santiago
16 May 2018 · 2:05 p.m.
Talkback Session: What's next in eSports? Moderated by Lars Stegelmann
Brett Abarbanel, Stefan Kuerten, Jan Pommer, Federico Winer
16 May 2018 · 3:05 p.m.
Closing Words
David Eades
16 May 2018 · 4:06 p.m.

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