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Digital Human Modeling

Digital Human Modeling offers fundamental tools. We evaluate dynamical movements with the help of validated simulation ergonomically.

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Mit dem Tool »EMMA-CC« werden anstrengende industrielle Bewegungsabläufe ergonomischer.

Biomechanics and Optimal Control

We determine realistic physical strain on a digital human model with the help of biomechanical multibody simulations.

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Hybrid Parallelization

Biomechanical simulations achieve computation times close to real time by using hybrid-parallel numerics.

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Virtual Reality
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Virtual Reality

Virtual Reality

The digital human model is instructed in a Virtual Reality environment to manipulate a virtual scene.

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Orientierung der Muskelfaser der 6 Muskelgruppen
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Orientierung der Muskelfaser der 6 Muskelgruppen.

Biomechanical 3D-Muscle Modeling

We are developing 3D computational skeletal muscle models to predict the motion of an arm upon the stimulation of skeletal muscles.

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Cognitive Control Models

The subproject Cognitive Control Models extends the digital human model (DHM) IMMA by cognitive decision-making.

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Workplace Ergonomics

By including strength, the speed of movements and the use of muscles the ergonomic assessment is calculated.

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MAVO Project »Ergo-dynamic Moving Manikin with Cognitve Control«

Innovative digital human modeling for virtual assembly planning and ergonomic workplace design

The modelling and efficient simulation of human motions for applications in the fields of ergonomics, medicine and computer graphics is a big challenge. Complex movements will be handled by humans in the future as well. We deal with the question how to develop the physically challenging assembly as ergonomic as possible.

Six Fraunhofer Institutes are collaborating in this project EMMA-CC. The objective of the project "Ergodynamic Moving Manikin with Cognitive Control" is the development of an enhanced digital human model for ergonomic assessment of dynamic motions by validated simulation to support the design of healthier and safer work places in future product development and product planning processes.

About us

The main objective in the joint project work is the development of an enhanced digital human model (DHM) for ergonomic assessment of realistic dynamic motions.

Subprojects and Partners

Six Fraunhofer Institutes are collaborating in this project and work on the realistic modeling of human motion.

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All publications and flyers on our project.

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