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 +===== Metadata GHBMC M50-O v5.0 =====
 +Metadata provided by PIPER for the GHBMC-M50-O were updated to the v5.0 of the model.
 +Download them in the [[metadata|Metadata]] section.
 +===== PIPER Child Pedestrian model in Pamcrash =====
 +A Pamcrash version of the pedestrian model was just released in a Pamcrash version.
 +Thanks to PDB and ATD Models for the work!
 +You can download it in the [[downloads|Downloads]] section. (2019-09-09)
 +===== Metadata GHBMC M50-O v4.5 =====
 +Metadata provided by PIPER for the GHBMC-M50-O were updated to the v4.5 of the model.
 +Download them in the [[metadata|Metadata]] section.
 +===== PIPER used in five studies shown at Ircobi in September =====
 +Five studies using PIPER in some form were presented at Ircobi this year. This is great.
 +All but one were completely independent from the PIPER EU project (funding).
 +For the first two studies, specific metadata were developed and none of authors was a partner in the PIPER EU project. We find it is very positive! ​
 +The five studies (with links to the papers) are on: 
 +  * rear impact with the VIVA Model from  University of Stuttgart and Chalmers: the PIPER software was used to preposition the VIVA model (spine predictor and prepositioning modules). [[http://​​wordpress/​downloads/​irc18/​pdf-files/​34.pdf|PDF]]
 +  * scaling the Thums for comparison with PMHS data by  University of Saragoza, Comillas, Autoliv and Chalmers: the PIPER software was used to scale the Thums (anthropometric module, simplified scaling constraints and kriging). [[http://​​wordpress/​downloads/​irc18/​pdf-files/​31.pdf|PDF]]
 +  * playground falls with the PIPER Child model by KTH. [[http://​​wordpress/​downloads/​irc18/​pdf-files/​56.pdf|PDF]]
 +  * transforming the PIPER Child model into a pedestrian version by PDB (see release note) [[http://​​wordpress/​downloads/​irc18/​pdf-files/​38.pdf|PDF]]
 +  * a study on the transformation smoothing module by UCBL-Ifsttar and LAB Peugeot Renault. Some of the work in that study was funded by the PIPER EU project. [[http://​​wordpress/​downloads/​irc18/​pdf-files/​33.pdf|PDF]]
 +The full program is [[http://​​wordpress/​downloads/​irc18/​default.htm|here]].
 +PIPER was also part of the presentation at the HBM workshop that can be found  [[http://​​wordpress/​downloads/​ircobi-hbm-2018.pdf|here]].
 +There will also be presentations at the [[https://​​en/​human-modeling-program.html|Human modelling and simulation conference]] and the [[http://​|Stapp Conference]].
 +Posted 04/10/18
 +===== Release of a pedestrian version of the PIPER Child model =====
 +The PIPER Child model was adapted to be usable as in a pedestrian configuration by Jeremie Peres at PDB ([[http://​​en/​home.html|PDB]]).
 +It was positioned and tested according to EuroNCAP TB024 and many other small adjustments were done. Additional validation setups were also run.
 +The model is available under the same Open Source license as the occupant version (GPLv3, etc).
 +It is distributed along with information about the changes and the new simulation setups at the [[https://​​piper/​child_pedestrian|PIPER Gitlab]].
 +Public announcement - 21/​08/​2018 ​
 +===== PIPER at Ircobi 2018 =====
 +There will be several presentations related to PIPER at the upcoming [[http://​​wordpress/​conference-programme/​|Ircobi Conference in Athens]]:
 +  * A study on transformation smoothing will be presented by Tomas Janak (Ifsttar-Univ Lyon1)
 +  * The transformation of the PIPER Child occupant model into the PIPER Child pedestrian model will be presented by Jeremie Peres (PDB)
 +  * A presentation about model positioning with elements of PIPER will be given at the pre-conference workshop on human modelling by Philippe Beillas (Ifsttar-Univ Lyon 1).
 +Please tell us if you know of other upcoming presentations.
 +===== PIPER 1.0.2 =====
 +A new release of the PIPER software (version 1.0.2) for Windows is available in the [[downloads|downloads]] section. It addresses mainly several bugs in the Kriging module as well as enhancing some of its features and also resolves some issues related to using piper from a remote network drive. The changes are summarized in the changelog, which you can find on the [[https://​​piper/​application/​blob/​master/​|gitlab repository]].
 +We now also provide a small (3.5 MB) executable that allows you to easily and quickly update Piper from version 1.0.1 to 1.0.2. If you already have Piper 1.0.1, you don't need to download the full (308 MB) package of 1.0.2, the patch contains everything that has changed between the two versions. Just download the patch, run it and it will guide you through the update process. Since this is the first time we have used this tool for Piper, there might be unexpected complications - please let us know in the [[https://​​piper/​application/​issues|issue tracker]] if you experienced any troubles with using the patch so that we can improve it for future releases.
 ===== PIPER at conferences ===== ===== PIPER at conferences =====
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