HUMAN CENTRIFUGES

G-induced Loss of Consciousness (G-LOC) is a persistent threat that each pilot must manage during flight in a jet—particularly when engaged in a combat mission. ETC offers a suite of human centrifuges that give pilots the most realistic high-G training experience short of flying an actual aircraft.

HUMAN CENTRIFUGES

ETC offers a suite of human centrifuges that give pilots the most realistic high-G training experience short of flying an actual aircraft.

ATFS-400-31 High-G Human Centrifuge

ATFS-400-31
Human Centrifuge

This latest generation human centrifuge leverages simulation capabilities to recreate any training scenario and offers interchangeable cockpits for customer-designated aircraft.

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ATFS-400-25 High-G Human Centrifuge

ATFS-400-25
Human Centrifuge

This dynamic human centrifuge integrates high fidelity aircraft cockpits with a high-performance motion system that generates variable G onset and offset rates, as well as sustained G forces.

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G-LAB High-G Human Centrifuges

G-LAB
Human Centrifuge

The G-LAB is a basic, cost-effective human centrifuge that replicates the G performance levels and research needs of today’s fifth generation aircraft.

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The centrifuge is the Department of Defense’s only human-rated centrifuge, and was designed to be agile and rapidly adaptable for any possible scenario. Nearly two years ago, NASA was its first customer outside the DoD.

ATFS-400-31 AFRL human centrifuge part of NASA’s history-making launch
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This centrifuge is the DoD’s only human-rated centrifuge, and it was designed to be agile and rapidly adaptable for any possible customer. Nearly two years ago, NASA was its first customer outside the DoD.

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Only DoD human-rated centrifuge gains full operational capability
Dayton Daily News | August 10, 2018

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Aug. 2 in the Air Force Research Laboratory’s 711th Human Performance Wing at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base to celebrate the full operational capability, or F.O.C., of the only human-rated centrifuge in the Department of Defense.

ATFS-400-25 Human Centrifuge for Royal Malaysian Air Force
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June 11, 2018

The U.S. Air Force recognized the certification of the Royal Malaysia Air Force's (RMAF) Institute of Aviation Medicine’s Centrifuge Training Program, enhancing interoperability with the RMAF and advancing the comprehensive partnership with a key partner in the Indo-Pacific region.

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