Child Restraint System Testing and Evaluation
Child restraint systems have been the subject of research and testing at The University of Michigan since the late 1960s. Staff expertise covers both the engineering and human factors aspects of the design and use of effective child restraint systems. Test facilities, instrumentation, and equipment offer flexibility in set-up and operation as well as immediate data processing and retrieval of results. Experienced laboratory staff can also provide special assistance as needed.
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