Our analyses of accident data seek to identify accident patterns and trends as well as the root causes and contributing factors that lead to accidents, whether they be human factors, road design and conditions, vehicle or environmental factors. By providing an evidential basis policymakers, OEMs and safety authorities can prioritize effective interventions and preventive measures.
We have a range of human mathematical models that can be used in accident research simulations including those used to simulate human body biomechanical response to impacts for vehicle crash and rollover simulations and human injury potential models used for injury risk-benefit analyses. Additional models are available for predictive modeling of driver behavior and handling performance and quantification of comfort for vehicle NVH studies.
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