RWTH Aachen at live crash test
This week Mr. Dipl.-Ing. M. Eng. Marco Görtz and around 20 students from the RWTH Aachen visited us. To begin with was a short presentation on the areas of CTS, before heading on, together with the dummy laboratory manager Dr. rer. nat. Gerrit Reglitz, for a guided tour of the new Biofidelic Dummy production facility. The detailed tour of the company was rounded off with a tour of the extended crash test site and ended, as usual, with a live crash test (lorry vs car).
Product launch of Henkel on crash site
Automotive Testing Expo Europe 2018
Automotive Testing Expo Europe 2018 is one of the leading exhibitions in the automotive industry. Over 400 exhibitors are currently represented at the exhibition centre in Stuttgart. Also present – of course – is CTS. Visit us at our stand ? 1432 in hall 10. There our experts are presenting the new Biofidelic Dummies. We have brought several fully functional dummies as well as dummy-skeletons from our dummy laboratory. Dipl.-Ing. P. Schimmelpfennig and technician K. Schulte are looking forward to your visit.
CTS at Safety Week
More than 1000 experts from the vehicle safety industry sector visit yearly the international trade fair “Safety Week” in Würzburg (15 – 17.05). Also present is Crashtest-service, your competent service provider when it comes to crash tests and dummy construction. Not only is Dipl.-Ing. Peter Schimmelpfennig present at our exhibition stand but also the new Biofidelic crash test dummies await you. We look forward to your visit and interesting conversations (stand number 45).
Automobile Press Club at high-speed crash test
Around 20 members of the Automobile Press Club were present at CTS for a company tour last Friday. Besides a tour of the company premises, a short presentation given by Dipl.-Ing. P. Schimmelpfennig on the range of action and current topics of CTS took place. To end the visit was a high-speed rear impact collision – car vs. truck – in which the participants were all impressively convinced by the acting forces of a collision.
VKS-meeting at crash test facility
Two days long, the crash test centre was in the hands of the Association of Independent Motor Vehicle Experts. Saturday was used to follow several guest lectures and to visit the exhibition stands which were set up in the hall. What’s more, also on Saturdays programme was a crash test – a crossroads collision at approx 80 km/h. The local fire department took advantage and used this directly as an exercise for training purposes and rescued the trapped vehicle occupants in front of nearly 100 seminar participants. On Sunday, the general meeting of the VKS took place in the smaller seminar room.