Human body modelling

Computer models of the human body can contribute to our understanding of injury biomechanics. The automotive industry uses human body models in research and product development to evaluate and assess safety interventions. The past ten years have seen drastic increases in research on model developments, and a multitude of available models exist today, including male and female representations of children, adults, and the elderly. These models are suitable for applications in varying fields, including but not limited to aeronautics, sport injuries, and medical applications.

Our consultants have extensive experience in the development and use of human body models within both academic and industrial applications.

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VTI

The Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute (VTI), is an independent and internationally prominent research institute in the transport sector, and conducts research and development that contribute actively to…

Autoliv

Autoliv is the world's largest automotive safety supplier, developing manufacturing and marketing airbags, seatbelts and steering wheels. To further reduce injuries and save more lives, Autoliv has research activities in…