Today was Day 2 of the 3rd annual SimGHOSTS technology training event in Melbourne at the Australian Catholic University. Yesterday we heard from two plenary speakers, with the keynote address sponsored by Laerdal Medical:
About Laerdal Sponsored Keynote Speaker Lance Baily
Lance is an innovator and thought leader in the world of healthcare simulation. Using [...]
Today we are sharing the use of simulated manikins by NASA for their crash tests:
Upon re-entry from a deep space mission, NASA’s next generation spacecraft, more commonly known as Orion, will descend under its three main parachutes, swaying in the wind until its final splashdown in the Pacific Ocean. In [...]
For a Friday I thought this story from unreliable news source “The Onion” was pretty spot on, where kids get to simulate the frustration of a real american astronaut — whose scientific projects are scrapped after years of hard work!
HUNTSVILLE, AL—Aiming to provide attendees with an authentic glimpse into [...]
Last week after INACSL I took a day-trip from Orlando to the Kennedy Space Center, where the final shuttle STS-135 is preparing for lift off in mid-July.
My trip made me wonder about NASA’s simulators and so I found this great little video. If you thought your your Sim Lab was huge, check out NASA’s Vertical [...]