There are many medical issues and physical conditions that make an individual more or less capable of flying, space flight, operating drones, performing special operations, etc. A pilot may experience sickness due to altitude and pressure during their first flight.
Drone pilots may experience Simulation-Sickness because of the differing optical and physical inputs. Fears, anxiety, moral and ethical conflicts are all part of the aerospace environment whether civilian or military. The same is true in the civilian sector among firefighters, police, emergency medical technicians, et al.
Neurostat’ s unique solutions in the area of selection and assessment, have made us a leader in Aerospace Medicine and we are remarkably positioned to provide current approaches for solving problems in aerospace medicine.
With over 75 combined years in support of military and civilian aerospace medicine both domestic and internationally, Neurostat can provide individuals and organizations with state of the art selection and assessment programs.
We solve issues related to human physiological stressors in aviation and assess candidates for aviation careers by focusing on cognitive and non-cognitive evaluations necessary for identifying those with the highest probability of adaptation to the high-risk, high-stress and high tempo training and operational environments
Great Falls, Virgina
1142 Walker Road, Suite H
Great Falls, VA 22066
Phone: +1 (571) 407-7951
Fax: +1 (571) 418-1153
San Antonio, Texas
8000 West IH 10, Suite 600/1500
San Antonio, Texas 78230
Phone: +1 (210) 366-8082
Fax: +1 (210) 366-8083