DTS in the NEWS
We are proud to announce that a DTS TSR PRO data logger is traveling beyond the moon onboard Artemis 1, to help capture vital acceleration and vibration data that can help improve astronaut safety on the upcoming crewed mission, Artemis II.
On July 20, 1969, we made that first giant step and landed on the moon. Now, Artemis 1, part of a series of missions – missions that will bring us back to the moon and the hope of establishing a human presence there, is about to take off.
For a third consecutive year DTS, headquartered in Seal Beach, CA, was named as one of the Best Places to Work in Orange County.
In Iraq and Afghanistan underbody blasts from improvised explosive were the largest cause of injury for U.S. troops. In order to help make troops safer, the U.S. Army first needed a highly specialized test dummy
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Test manikins have come a long way. Anthropomorphic test devices, or ATDs, put themselves on the line each time we need their help. And that’s just what they’re designed for.
As a leading manufacturer of data acquisition systems and sensors for, DTS is proud to sponsor National Biomechanics Day on April 6, 2022.
National Biomechanics Day and The Biomechanist are hosting the second NBD Sponsors’ Technology Forum, a symposium aimed to educate biomechanics researchers and practitioners about state-of-the-art technology.
Ultra-small, ultra-light, ultra-low power and ultra-flexible. That’s the DTS DDR. One of the latest innovations from DTS, the DDR (Dynamic Data Recorder) is expanding testing possibilities.
Healthy, uninjured players are the backbone of football. And as technology advances, so do our opportunities to gain more knowledge through data