Humanetics produces a wide range of anthropomorphic crash test devices in sizes ranging from infant to adult.
The main recipient of the company’s equipment is the automotive industry, but the products also meet the technical requirements of other industries: astronautics, aviation, defense industry and others. All test devices are integrated with the data acquisition system from embedded sensors.
The company started its operations in 1974 at Wayne State University in Detroit, USA as a result of Robert Denton’s automotive safety research. Some of the company’s employees are members of the Society of Automotive Engineers, which is a professional global organization of designers in the automotive, aerospace and aerospace industries. These people carry out projects and studies on collisions in wheeled vehicles.