Victors for Michigan

For nearly 20 years, the International Center for Automotive Medicine (ICAM) has collected and documented real-life motor vehicle crashes (MVCs) in unmatched detail. From the subsequent analysis of this data, and the processing and analysis of thousands of CT scans from crash and non-crash subjects alike; ICAM has the data and capability to help create more detailed and anatomically correct human body models of any stature, age, and gender. ICAM has committed to expanding and improving upon existing methods of crash testing by utilizing the Center’s next generation data for geometry and material properties. By concentrating on the development and validation of a new generation of virtual and physical crash test devices based on computer modeling, ICAM seeks to better protect the most vulnerable and underserved populations related to MVCs.

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