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The crash simulation system type HyperG is a cost-benefit optimized acceleration sled system that supports the development and testing of occupant protection systems in the automotive and aircraft industry.

Typical applications in the automotive industry are the simulation of frontal, side and rear impacts according to international legal requirements as well as consumer protection tests according to respective regional NCAP test specifications.

The HyperG sled system can also be used to validate the safety requirements of high-voltage batteries of electric vehicles.

Among other things, the HyperG sled system enables the simulation of the following crash scenarios:

  • Frontal impact according to DIN ISO, ECE, FMVSS and NCAP specifications as well as motor sports (FIA)
  • Side impact (pole/barrier) and Far Side Occupant Test according to ECE, FMVSS and NCAP guidelines
  • Rear impact according to ECE, FMVSS and NCAP guidelines – including whiplash tests
  • Testing of wheelchair restraint systems according to ISO 7176-19, ISO 10542, ANSI/RESNA WC-19
  • Testing of restraint systems and interior components, e.g.: airbags, seat belts, steering wheel and cockpit, door structures, seats, child seats, roof racks, load securing systems, etc.
  • Battery testing according to FMVSS305, ECE, UNR100, etc.


In the aircraft industry, the HyperG sled system supports the development and testing of aircraft seating systems in compliance with relevant standards:

  • Federal Aviation Regulations FAR 25.562
  • SAE Aerospace Standard (AS) AS8049 A,B and C
  • Technical Standard Orders-FAA TSO-C127a/b
  • European Technical Standard Order ETSO-C127a/b
  • etc.
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