D/C at work on ergonomics simulator

Chappell, Lindsay
October 1999
Automotive News;10/18/1999, Vol. 74 Issue 5843, p17
Trade Publication
Reports on DaimlerChrysler's (D/C) development of the Virtual Ergonomic Evaluation System, a computer simulation model that could make its factory jobs easier. Simulator as allowing engineers to analyze human movements and find ways to reduce the wear and tear on workers' muscles and joints; Measurement of muscle and joint strain on the human body for any given task.


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