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CERTEX uses Kaiserslautern technology
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Aug '10
Following the extensive serial measurements conducted by Human Solutions GmbH during the course of the "SizeGERMANY" project and the associated measurement programs in China, the USA and many European countries, the Romanian Institute, CERTEX (The Research Development National Institute for Textiles and Leather) is currently carrying out a serial measurement program in Romania - and the 3D body scanner VITUS Smart XXL and ANTHROSCAN Pro by Human Solutions is once again at the forefront of the project.

The objective is to achieve a realistic representation of the anthropometric standards of the entire country's population, with the focus on men and women between the ages of 20 and 65. The creation of tables and statistics of the various different types of physiques, waists and postures, as well as the determination of Romanian sizes systems for apparel will also contribute to the standardization and harmonization of European standard sizes.

Serial measurements of children and adolescents between the ages of 6 and 19 will also be carried out as part of the project. Here survey data will be collected and used for study projects and statistics about the state of health and the diets of children.

Dr. Emilia Visileanu, Managing Director of CERTEX says "We have chosen a reliable and competent partner in Human Solutions. The company not only provided us with the technology to be used, its specialists also gave us optimal advice and guidance about the organization and execution of our serial measurement program - and now we can be sure of success."

Human Solutions GmbH


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