CAMI Research Facilities Get Major Upgrades

The Civil Aerospace Medical Institute (CAMI) developed an Aerospace Medical Equipment Needs (AMEN) program in 2009 tailored toward upgrading outdated research equipment. Estrella Forster (AAM-600) was instrumental with the acquisition and installation of the AMEN program. Forster expressed that “approximately 127 out of estimated 1,000 pieces of laboratory equipment were in need of technology refreshment.” As a result, two of CAMI’s research facilities (the Impact Facility and the Aircraft Cabin Research Facility) received major equipment upgrades. Newton Design had the honor of designing and manufacturing this simulator.

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