SynDaver will debut an engineering kit for STEM students during the International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH), which is taking place until January 30 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio, Texas.
The engineering kit enables students to build a SynDaver Advanced Modular Mannequin (SAMM), a customizable modular simulation tool, and focuses on facilitating hands-on learning experiences centered around engineering, technology and science.
With SAMM’s applied approach to STEM studies broken down into four essential kits, students will learn fundamentals in 3D technologies in conjunction with engineering for pneumatic, hydraulic and electronic systems to create an entry-level healthcare mannequin for basic clinical learning capabilities. Upon completion of the project, students will be capable of assessing and troubleshooting these systems while enjoying the process of assembling a fully functioning product from start to finish.
Conference attendees can visit booth #938 throughout the conference to get live demonstrations of the technology.