The Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) lists the purpose of FMVSS 202a as a standard to “reduce the frequency and severity of neck injury in rear-end and other collisions”. The most common neck injury associated with rear-end collisions is the whiplash injury. Whiplash injury is defined as a cervical spine injury caused by . . . → Read More: The Biomechanics of Whiplash Injuries: Why is FMVSS 202a Important?
Recently, I had the opportunity to discuss current educational challenges with the Dean of Engineering of a major university. He said that during the past several years, the greatest change for their graduates was where they would find career opportunities. In the past, most of their graduates obtained employment at large . . . → Read More: Future Job Creation
MGA has years of experience in providing testing services to various domestic and foreign Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and their suppliers. Typically, when conducting testing for a foreign OEM, we are requested to have the test results translated into the native language for the customer to share with their counterparts overseas. We have . . . → Read More: Technical Translation Available For Testing Conducted at MGA
This past year at the Technical Services Lab (TSL), we have been working to expand its battery testing capabilities. We are now underway on a major improvement project for the large format battery testing chamber. The improvement project has included many new enhancements, small and large, that will help us provide our customers . . . → Read More: Battery Testing Improvements