simVITRO: A Critical Tool for your Translational Research
Test any joint, any load and range of motion
With simVITRO’s fully customizable framework for in vitro cadaveric testing, there’s the flexibility to test any joint to any load and range of motion to your precise specifications. It’s all thanks to a user friendly combination of software and hardware from Simulation Solutions and the Cleveland Clinic that combines into a quality toolkit which increases your scientific output, whilst saving time and money.
What researchers say about simVITRO
simVITRO at the University of New South Wales
Delivering biomechanical testing in partnership with the Cleveland Clinic
Simulation Solutions has teamed up with the Cleveland Clinic BioRobotics Laboratory in Ohio, a centre of excellence for biomechanical testing of biological joints, structures, and biomaterials. The BioRobotics Lab has been developing and refining simVITRO since 2005 to produce a powerful software framework where all joint types can be efficiently tested with software designed as a universal musculoskeletal simulator. This scalable, flexible, and configurable system can be integrated with new or existing robotic infrastructure in your laboratory or testing facility.
You can see how this software and hardware integration comes together to deliver optimal results at the ORS Annual Meeting in New Orleans in March 2018, or the World Biomechanics Conference in Dublin in July. We love to speak to our customers and share how simVITRO can make research more efficient, so let us know if you’ll be visiting. Alternatively, if you won’t be at the conferences but would like to see simVITRO in action then you can visit our test cell at Simulation Solutions office in Manchester.