Design and Build a Medical Training Simulator.
USAF SOCONSThe United States Air Force Special Operations Division stationed at Hurlburt Field, Florida was in need of a structure that would allow their emergency medicine personnel to train in a confined environment similar to that experienced when being transported by the Osprey CV-22 aircraft.
The simulator that was designed and manufactured by JSI Engineering measures 7’W x 12’L x 7’H and is constructed from lightweight, high-grade aircraft aluminum structural members. The unit also came equipped with all corrosion-resistant, stainless steel hardware. In addition, the trainer included slidable rails that allowed for the medical “dummies” to be moved vertically in the trainer as in the actual CV-22. Flush-mounted D-clips were installed in the floor to provide anchoring to secure the medical “dummies” to the trainer. Furthermore, the simulator was fully-collapsible and was cable to be taken apart and stowed in a matter of minutes.