Video Explains How CRCDS MiniSim Driving Simulator is Used to Evaluate Drug Effects on Driving

Video Explains How CRCDS MiniSim Driving Simulator is Used to Evaluate Drug Effects on Driving

Check out this short video on the use of Cognitive Research Corporation‘s CRCDS MiniSim Driving Simulator in a trial evaluating the impact of lasmiditan on driving performance.

CNS Research and Hassman Research Institute, divisions of Apex Innovative Sciences, have on-site driving labs with state-of-the-art CRCDS MiniSim driving simulators. Fully validated for multicenter trials, the CRCDS MiniSim is used to evaluate the effects of a wide variety of drugs on the driving performance of healthy and patient populations in a more controlled and safer setting than on-road driving studies.