EngineeringVericom's versatility and user-friendly design is key to the success of a variety of engineering projects. Vericom is used by engineers and technicians in the tire, mining, engine performance, braking, road geometry, and crash test/safety disciplines. The flexibility of a technology that offers X, Y, Z acceleration with GPS, compass and gyro combined with Profile 5 analysis software at a reasonable cost is unmatched.
The Midwest Roadside Safety Facility (MwRSF) is a research group located at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. MwRSF designs, analyzes, and conducts full-scale crash tests for roadside safety devices and emerging technologies in intelligent transportation systems (ITS) and Defense applications. MwRSF also conducts safety performance evaluations of various roadside appurtenances, developing new and innovative design concepts and technologies in the area of highway safety. As part of their extensive test protocol, MwRSF utilizes the Vericom VC4000 DAQ for a variety of testing needs. The MwRSF team enjoys the precision, reasonable cost, user-friendliness, and versatility of Vericom as compared to other instruments.