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Our next meeting will be on September 14th, 2022. If you want to join us, please email Stephanie Vasquez at [email protected]

Meeting on May 11th, 2022

Topics covered:

  • Curb Drop (Fatigue Test) by Dean Mubaiwa, ShonaquipSE (South Africa)
  • Crash Test by James Watson and Bob Appleyard, Cranfield Impact Centre (UK)

Meeting on February 9th, 2022

Topics covered:

  • French wheelchair tests by Elora Flinois, CERAH (France)
  • Test Lab Certification (ISO 17025) by Kara Kopplin, Permobil, ISO and RESNA (USA)
  • Wheelchair and Cushion Standards website by Alex Delazio, University of Pittsburgh (USA)

 

Meeting on November 10th, 2021

Topics covered:

  • Static and Impact Test by Bill Ammer, Ammer Consulting (USA)
  • Double drum by Dean Mubaiwa, ShonaquipSE (South Africa)

Note: During the beginning of the presentation, there was a typo on the date. Please note this meeting took place on November 10th, 2021.

We would like to acknowledge our presenters: Bill Ammer from Ammer Consulting ([email protected]) – USA, Dean Mubaiwa  ([email protected]), Shona McDonald ([email protected]) from ShonaquipSE – South Africa.

Meeting on August 25th, 2021

Topics covered:

  • Wiki updates on Wheelchair Testing Centers
  • Mannequin (Test Dummy) set up by Bill Ammer, Ammer Consulting (USA)
  • Questions from New Testing Centers

We would like to acknowledge our presenter: Bill Ammer from Ammer Consulting ([email protected])

Kick-off Meeting on April 6th, 2021

This was our very first meeting with Wheelchair Testing Centers. We got to know each other, and learn about different labs. The Testing Centers shared information about their facilities, photos and the testing available.

The Testing Centers today include:

  • Ammer Consulting  – USA
  • Cranfied Impact Centre (CIC) – UK
  • Centre d’Essais Dynamiques (CED) – France
  • No Risk STE – Brasil
  • CERAH – France
  • Beneficial Designs – USA

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