Mark is the Product Marketing Manager at Humanetics Safety and works closely with Engineering and Sales to develop and refine content that is both useful and informative for our industry. With over two decades of experience in crash test dummy product Quality, Technical, Sales, and Marketing, Mark produces a wide range of media and publications from our service bulletins, webinars, editorial articles, and marketing collateral.
HBM Connect™ was designed with product engineers in mind and its speed and focused application is especially significant as they develop new safety products and navigate new virtual requirements from global NCAPs.
In the ever-evolving landscape of modern warfare, ensuring the safety of military personnel is of paramount importance. One such crucial element in this pursuit of safety is the use of military blast ATDs.
NHTSA has taken a significant step towards enhancing vehicle safety standards with the long-awaited Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) to make the most advanced ATDs available for use in regulated and voluntary 5-Star Safety Tests.
Today, more than ever, manufacturers, engineers, and researchers are working tirelessly to develop groundbreaking innovations that have the potential to revolutionize how we protect ourselves on the road.
The legacy dummies that are in most crash test regulations today were conceived 45 years ago and are lacking in some critical measurement capability that can help with injury prediction. Identifying these missing elements into crash testing and dummy design can lead to more accurate injury prediction and help improve vehicle safety designs.
There are significant differences and implications between the THOR-5F and the Hybrid III 5th pertaining to the accurate representation of female physiology and the fidelity of data produced from crash test results.
Let’s peek behind the curtain to see how processes in the past determined body size considerations for vehicle safety design and what might be required in the future to include even more types of people.
The lineage of the Humanetics organization turns 70 this year, and our mission remains the same. We continue to work with partners all over the globe to explore the wellbeing of critical environments and infrastructure.