SIMETRI’s team of electrical engineers ensure training devices use and distribute power properly and safely and integrate them with 3rd party devices such as medical manikins.
Under contract with the U.S. Army, SIMETRI integrated the Lower Extremity Fasciotomy Trainer with the Army’s Advanced Modular Manikin (AMM), leveraging the AMM power distribution system to deliver power to the electronics utilized in the Fasciotomy Trainer.
SIMETRI’s mechanical engineers design, develop, build, and test training devices, integrate sensors and controllers, and apply the principles of physics to solve problems. We begin digitally, using computers to build designs, run simulations, and test how the devices will look and work, then move onto physical prototyping.
SIMETRI analyzed human physiology and shoulder separation injuries to design JAARS–the Joint Articulation And Reduction System—a mechanical simulator used to train treatment techniques.
SIMETRI provides on-site staff to support customers with planning, deploying, and maintaining communications networks, recommending technology, and optimization measures. SIMETRI designs and develops custom computation devices to acquire and disseminate data for specific applications, building new computation systems to meet specific requirements, such as linking chips to sensors, designing custom boards, and collecting data to assess performance.
SIMETRI provides technical support including security and network processes and policies for Test Ranges, establishes lifecycle management programs to maintain networks with supported equipment, and provides overall Systems Engineering and subject matter expertise in network communications technology to PM ITTS IMO and ATEC Test Centers.
SIMETRI’s greatest core competency is the design and prototyping of training devices to solve the needs of the trauma caregiver, iteratively and always integrating customer feedback. Our products range from simulated battlefield injuries to trainers for Prolonged Field Care.
SIMETRI has conceived, designed, and prototyped devices to train procedures on amputations, severe burns, compartment syndrome, and fluid injection through bone.