Alava&HumaneticsAlava Ingenieros and its techonological partner Humanetics visited the facilities of the Impact Laboratory (I3A) of the University of Zaragoza on May 18th, 2016. Humanetics presented the new FE model developments of the Q family and THOR and the road map to the introduction of new dummy models both in NCAP and NHTSA testing programs.

The researchers of the Impact Laboratory showed some of the latest results obtained in the study of occupant kinematics in nearside oblique impacts.

In the picture, from left to right: Yago Sanchez (Alava Ingenieros), Mario Maza (director of the Impact Laboratory), Francisco Lopez-Valdes (Impact Laboratory), Oscar Juste (Impact Laboratory), Ana Piqueras (Impact Laboratory), Frank Schüssler (Humanetics), Stefan Schlieske (Humanetics), Susana Blazquez (Alava) and Paul Lemmen (Humanetics).

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