Digital Human Modeling Conference
Tecmath will show RAMSIS, ANTHROPOS, ScanWorX and the VITUS|smart Body Scanner.
23.05.2001Casey Pruett will lecture about: "Development of an Electronic Belt Fit Test Device (eBTD) for Digitally Certifying Seat Belt Fit Compliance", and Peter Van der Meulen will lecture about: "Ergonomic Evaluation of an Aircraft Cockpit with RAMSIS 3D Human Modeling Software". The fourth annual SAE Digital Human Modeling for Design & Engineering International Conference & Exhibition is scheduled for June 26-28, 2001, at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City at the Washington National Airport in Arlington, Virginia. The conference is the premier event for digital human models used in human performance analysis. Members of the SAE Human Modeling Technology and Standards Committee (G-13) have been instrumental in the conference?s success.
The conference will provide an international forum for the exchange of new and significant technical information about the development and application of digital human models. In addition, the event will provide an environment for critical discussion and sharing of information among industry users and developers of digital human models. The theme for DHMC 2001 is ?Our Roadmap for the Future? and will focus on identifying current industry challenges and designing strategies to overcome them.
Hyatt Regency Crystal City, Arlington VA
June 26-28 2001
The magazine for ergonomics in the automotive industry
- Drive differently
ergonomics in the car of tomorrow
- New, new, new!
verification of compliance with norms, RAMSIS in NX, current research
- Comfort under water
interior design in submarines
- China on the move
ergonomics simulation in the largest growth market
- Ergonomics at the starting line
Size NorthAmerica to measure 17,000 persons