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Enhancing safety by using your head

Enhancing safety by using your head
Researchers are using crash test dummies, with Diversified Technical Systems (DTS) data recorders, to test American football helmets in the lab to improve player safety on the field.
8th May 2017

Data recorder small enough for onboard drones

Data recorder small enough for onboard drones
It can be a challenging job collecting UAV flight data, especially with typical data recorders and sensors that add sizeable mass and volume. DTS ultra-small SLICE MICRO and NANO data recorders are rugged and designed to embed directly in the test article - even small drones.
3rd May 2017

Shock recorder offers high performance with seven built-in sensors

Shock recorder offers high performance with seven built-in sensors
The TSR 6DXC Shock Recorder that incorporates built-in sensors in a small, rugged system that makes high shock and vibration data collection easier than ever, has been introduced by DTS. The self-powered system is ideal for unattended monitoring in blast and multi-event impacts. The TSR 6DXC can capture up to 2,000 transient shock events or run as a continuous data recorder for seconds to days. 
29th July 2016


The challenge of capturing real world data

The challenge of capturing real world data
All mechanical systems in the real world experience some level of shock and vibration and these forces can take their toll on products (and people). Therefore, design engineers have always had a driving interest in finding ways to better understand our world in motion. California-based Diversified Technical Systems (DTS) look into the technology that is available in order to do this.
28th June 2016

Data recorders aid NASA crash simulations

Data recorders aid NASA crash simulations
For the third time in less than two months, researchers at NASA's Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia, intentionally sent a small Cessna aircraft plummeting to the ground in a drop test meant to simulate a severe, but ultimately survivable crash. A Cessna 172 plunged 100 feet at 55 miles per hour, its nose pitched up, tail angled down, then struck a pile of dirt and flipped over with a brutal, tail-snapping crunch.
12th September 2015

Sensor makes durability, life-cycle & biomechanics testing easier

Sensor makes durability, life-cycle & biomechanics testing easier
  The ARS3 PRO triaxial angular rate sensor, which allows users to measure the durability of a lever or capture drive shaft speed in a manufacturing machine without the need for a slip-ring, has been introduced by DTS.
19th August 2015


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