DCS subsidiary, Infoscitex (IST), conducts aerospace physiology research to evaluate and improve aircrew life support and safety. This includes investigations into helmet and head-mounted systems, protective and survival gear, cockpit or workstation designs, seating and restraint systems, personal safety devices, and protective gear. IST performs biodynamic testing to evaluate such equipment in extreme environments, such as crashes, high impulse vertical and horizontal accelerations, high altitudes, low oxygen, vibration, and ejection, as applicable to warfighter safety and protection. We conduct research into the performance of aircraft On-Board Oxygen Generating Systems (OBOGSs). Through modeling and anthropometry, we evaluate aircrew seat crashworthiness, occupant protection, potential head and neck injury risks, and the optimization of seating comfort.