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2020-10 Short Arm Human Centrifuge on TV

2020-10 Short Arm Human Centrifuge on TV

A German TV station recently reported about astronaut training with AMST’s Short Arm Human Centrifuge (SAHC) in the German Aerospace Center (DLR) in Cologne. The report shows that the SAHC can help astronauts to maintain their physical fitness in space. Of course, the reporter took the opportunity to experience artificial gravity and made a few spins with the device.
2020-07 AMST now on YouTube

2020-07 AMST now on YouTube

AMST is now on YouTube with videos in HD and playlists for our business units. Enjoy, share and subscribe to our channel to stay updated!
2020-07 RHT Middle East

2020-07 RHT Middle East

AMST is proud to announce that it will deliver two systems based on its renowned Helicopter Rescue Hoist Trainer (RHT) to a Middle Eastern customer as a subcontractor for a partner from the US.
 
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2020-07 Astronaut Training

2020-07 Astronaut Training

A German TV station recently reported about astronaut training with AMST equipment in the Institute of Aviation Medicine in Koenigsbrueck. The reports shows how the Human Training Centrifuge, the AIRFOX DISO and the Hypobaric Chamber are used to prepare two female astronaut candidates for space flight. One of the two candidates will fly to the ISS as the first…
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2020-05 Normobaric Hypoxia Upgrades

2020-05 Normobaric Hypoxia Upgrades

AMST is convinced that altitude simulation boosts Spatial Disorientation (SD) and flight training to the next level. So were two of our customers, who recently placed orders for the integration of a Reduced Oxygen Breathing Device (ROBD) into an AIRFOX ASD and an AIRFOX DISO system. We would like to take this opportunity to give more information on normobaric hypoxia in SD and flight training.
 
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2020-05 :envifuge Upgrade

2020-05 :envifuge Upgrade

After a successful study, AMST has been awarded the contract for an upgrade of the ESA equipment on the DLR Short Arm Human Centrifuge :enviFuge in Cologne, Germany that will support upcoming weightlessness countermeasures research and bedrest studies.
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