Rugged, Resilient, and Tetherless
Trauma Simulator
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The ultimate simulation solution for emergency care training.
Trauma HAL is specifically engineered to meet the training needs of first responders, EMS, and in-hospital emergency teams. Trauma HAL helps teams engage in true-to-life training exercises to improve emergency preparedness, response, and patient care.
  • Full-body adult, 70 inches (178 cm), 88 lbs. (40 kg)
  • Rugged shoulder and hip joints allow dragging and carrying
  • Splash-proof for CBRNe water spray decontamination
  • Self-contained design; all operating components and blood reservoirs stored inside the body
  • Wireless and tetherless control 1
  • Fully operational on battery power for up to 10 hrs. 2 (AC power supported)
  • Interchangeable trauma/healthy lower arms and legs
  • Designed for fast scenario resets with automatic, self-refilling reservoir system
  • Ruggedized for outdoor climate
  • Blinking eyes and photosensitive pupils
  • Software controlled fluid secretion at ears, eyes, and mouth
  • Mild and severe convulsions
  • Wireless streaming audio. Be the voice of Trauma HAL and hear responses at distances up to 150 ft.
  • Library of prerecorded responses
  • Programmable custom verbal responses in any language

  • Head tilt/chin lift
  • Naso/orotracheal intubation: ETT, supraglottic airway, King® LT
  • Retrograde intubation
  • Fiber optic intubation
  • Programmable difficult airway: tongue edema and pharyngeal swelling
  • Laryngospasm with tight seal preventing intubation
  • Surgical airway for cricothyrotomy, tracheostomy, and tracheal hook exercises
  • Supports suctioning liquids from the airway and lungs
  • Visible gastric distention with esophageal intubation
  • Visible chest rise with BVM
  • Ventilation detection
  • Shallow and deep needle decompression with audible hiss and needle placement detection up to 3.25 in.
  • Unilateral chest rise with right mainstem intubation
  • Spontaneous chest rise and fall with normal and abnormal respiratory patterns
  • Selectable anterior lung sounds
  • Bilateral chest tube insertion

  • Selectable normal and abnormal heart sounds
  • Preprogrammed ECG rhythm library with customizable variations
  • 4-Lead ECG monitoring using real equipment (12-lead option available item S3040.100.120)
  • Defibrillation and pacing using real energy
  • eCPR™ Real-time CPR performance monitoring:
    • Time to CPR, compression depth/ rate, chest recoil, compression interruptions, ventilation rate, excessive ventilation, time to defibrillation, smart CPR voice coach
  • Durable chest recoil design
  • Real CO2 exhalation capability (option S3040.100.078)
  • Programmable cyanosis
  • Measure blood pressure using a real blood pressure cuff
  • Detectable oxygen saturation using real OSAT monitors
  • Antecubital IV access
  • Bilateral carotid, radial, brachial (antecubital fossa), femoral, popliteal, and pedal pulses
  • Blood pressure-dependent pulses
  • Sternal IO infusion supports FAST1®
  • Tibia IO access
  • Bilateral deltoid and quadriceps IM injection sites
  • Quadruple trauma limbs: Interchangeable trauma lower arms and legs included
  • Bleeding axilla and groin wounds detect applied pressure
  • Blood pressure controlled bleeding rate
  • Trauma site arterial bleeding synched with heart rate and blood pressure
  • Arm and legs tourniquet sensors
  • Pressure on femoral artery reduces or stops distal bleeding in leg
  • On-board 1.5-liter blood reservoir
  • Automatic self-refilling reservoir system
  • On-screen blood loss monitor and reservoir level
  • Internal fluid bladder with male genitalia for catheterization
  • Bowel sounds in four quadrants

UNI® Unified Simulator Control Software
  • Unified Interface Design
  • eCPR™ Real-time CPR performance monitoring
  • 3D Patient Visualization
  • Virtual patient monitor
  • Scenario designer
  • Preprogrammed scenario library
  • Lab report designer
  • Medication library with editor
  • Questionnaire form designer
  • Time-stamped event logging
  • Provider actions tracker
  • UNI Control View Replay



Train in situ with
wireless and tetherless technology.
Rugged Design
Our industry-leading HAL series design and wireless technology has been proven effective and reliable. The HAL S3040 is the evolution of the HAL S3000, design awarded the certificate of airworthiness by the US Army.
Real Monitoring
Monitor and provide care using native equipment. HAL supports real ECG monitors, capnometers, oximeters, BP cuffs, and defibrillators, just like a real patient.
Wireless and Tetherless
HAL’s tetherless and wireless design allows for point-of-injury care, transport, and patient handoff training. HAL is self-contained, quiet, and fully operational on battery power for up to 10 hours.
True-to-life anatomy and physiology.
Trauma HAL features anatomically accurate landmarks and proportions, and a host of programmable vital signs to facilitate the development of skills transferable to real situations.
Train using real patient monitors and sensors.
Monitor and provide care using native equipment. HAL supports real ECG monitors, capnometers, oximeters, BP cuffs, and defibrillators, just like a real patient.
Deliver effective wound care and trauma management training.
BLEEDSMART™ technology simulates realistic bleeding consistent with heart rate and blood pressure. Axilla and groin wounds respond to applied pressure, packing, and wound dressing. Trauma limbs stop bleeding when a tourniquet is properly applied.
Rugged, Resilient, and Tetherless
Trauma Simulator
  1. Splash-proof and rugged. Fully functional during soap and water decon spray.
  2. Liquid suction. Practice gastric liquid suctioning techniques.
  3. Blinking eyes and photosensitive pupils
  4. Secretions: ears, eyes, and mouth
  5. Central cyanosis
  6. Wireless streaming voice
  1. Seizures and secretions. Programmable fluid secretion at ears, eyes, and mouth.
  2. Difficult airway. Programmable tongue edema, laryngospasm, and pharyngeal swelling.
  3. Surgical airway. Cricothyrotomy, tracheostomy, and tracheal hook exercises.
  4. EtCO2 exhalation option
  5. Mainstem intubation
  6. Gastric suctioning
  1. Chest tube insertion. Supports bilateral chest tube placement.
  2. Needle decompression. Needle insertion detection and audible hiss.
  3. Heart and lung sounds
  4. Spontaneous chest rise
  5. Blood pressure monitoring
  6. eCPR™ Real-time feedback
  7. 4-lead ECG sites
  8. 12-lead ECG upgrade
  1. ECG, defib, and pacing. Defib and pace using real equipment and live energy.
  2. Palpable pulses. Bilateral carotid, radial, brachial, femoral, popliteal, and pedal pulses.
  3. Pulse oximetry
  4. Peripheral IV access
  5. Bilateral antecubital IV access
  6. Sternal IO access
  1. eCPR Real-time feedback. Monitor CPR quality in real-time.
  2. Supports real monitors. ECG monitors, capnometers, oximeters, BP cuffs, and defibrillators.
  3. Male urinary catheterization
  4. Bowel sounds in four quadrants
  5. Bilateral deltoid and quadriceps IM sites
  1. Interchangeable trauma limbs. Includes interchangeable healthy and trauma limbs.
  2. Axilla and groin wounds. Bleeding wound sites respond to applied pressure.
  3. Pressure-sensitive femoral artery
  4. Blood pressure-dependent bleeding rate
  1. Tourniquet application. Blood pressure and heart rate dependent bleeding.
  2. Sternal and tibial IO access. IO sites support infusion and sampling.
  3. Internal 1.5-liter blood reservoir
  1. Wireless. Fully operational on internal battery for up to 10 hours.
  2. Tetherless. All operating components and blood reservoirs stored inside the body.
  3. Reinforced limb joints. Rugged shoulder and hip joints allow dragging and carrying.
Available Skin Tones at No Extra Charge



Pulse points operate continuously and are dependent upon blood pressure.
Product shown with optional NIBP and 12-lead ECG upgrade.
Rugged, Resilient, and Tetherless
Trauma Simulator
Tested in hot, cold, wet, and dry environments, Trauma HAL’s realistic physiology and durability help narrow the gap between training and real combat care. With Trauma Hal, participants can rehearse the assessment, stabilization, and teamwork skills vital for successful care during battle.
Trauma HAL® is based upon the proven technology found in the HAL® 3000 which was independently tested and approved. MIL-STD tests included vibration, EMI testing for avionics, high and low temperatures, humidity, rapid decompression at 45000 feet, explosive atmospheres, and flight-testing in fixed- and rotary-winged craft.
Ruggedized limbs and water resistance permit realistic extraction and CBRNe decontamination drills.
Rehearse wound care and tourniquet placement with quadruple amputee configuration.
Trauma HAL® S3040.100 is Powered by UNI®
Unified Simulator Control Software
Preconfigured and Ready
UNI comes preloaded and preconfigured in the rugged 12” wireless tablet PC included with the package.
3D Patient Visualization Monitor
This real-time 3D view of the patient ensures you never lose track of provider/patient interaction during the simulation.
Unified Scenario Designer
Create your own scenarios quickly and easily and share them with other UNI users and between Gaumard products.
Control View Replay
The built-in recorder captures UNI’s screen as data so you can review the simulation from the operator’s chair.
No Annual Operating License or Software Update Fees
Keeps your program’s operating costs down year after year.
Time-stamped Event Recording and Reporting
The automated event tracker and interaction recorder ensure important events are always captured so you can focus on the action.
Enhance Simulation-based Learning with the
Bedside Vital Signs Monitor
Includes 20-inch touchscreen virtual monitor or upgrade to a 12-inch tablet virtual monitor
Customize each trace independently; users can set alarms and timescales
Display up to 12 numeric values, including HR, ABP, CVP, PAWP, NIBP, CCO, SpO2, SvO2, RR, EtCO2, temperature, and time
Display up to 12 dynamic waveforms at once including: ECG Lead I, II, III, aVR, aVL, aVF, V1, V2, V3, V4, V5, V6, AVP, CVP, pulse, SvO2, respiration, capnography.
Share images such as x-rays, CT scans, lab results, or even multimedia presentations as the scenario progresses
Trauma HAL® S3040.100 includes the new Simulation Learning Experiences package
Trauma HAL® Simulation Learning Experiences (SLEs) provide you with a library of ready-to-use, evidence-based scenarios designed to help you maximize participant’s learning through outcome-focused simulated clinical patient encounters.

The package includes 10 SLEs complete with a facilitator’s guidebook for planning, setting up, and facilitating each learning experience:
  1. Acute Anterolateral Myocardial Infarction
  2. Acute Sepsis Related To Diabetic Ulcer
  3. Atrial Fibrillation
  4. COPD Exacerbation
  5. Diabetic Ketoacidosis
  6. Opioid Overdose
  7. Pulmonary Embolism
  8. Sepsis Related To Pneumonia
  9. Severe Sepsis
  10. Supraventricular Tachycardia
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Get a closer look at the simulator experts consider the best for trauma care training in both the civilian and military sectors. Built for durability, Trauma HAL’s ruggedized design offers you unmatched freedom to prepare your team for real-world trauma care in any environment.
The Trauma HAL® S3040.50 is a wireless and tetherless full-body trauma patient simulator featuring bleeding, pressure-sensitive wounds and trauma limbs, laryngospasms, spontaneous chest rise, bilateral intravenous training arms, and many more capabilities.
Tetherless technology allows the communications, compressor, and power supply to be inside HAL®, eliminating external tubes, wires, and compressors. HAL® operates continuously during transport, and training can occur in the working environment.
Tetherless technology allows the communications, compressor, and power supply to be inside HAL®, eliminating external tubes, wires, and compressors. HAL® operates continuously during transport, and training can occur in the working environment.
1. Maximum wireless range will vary depending on environmental factors and conditions.
2. Battery life estimates dependent on active features and settings; results may vary.
Priced without options, discounts, or special offers. Taxes and other fees not included. Extended service plans, product installation, and training services are available. Product design and price subject to change without notice. All trademarks and/or copyright materials are the property of their respective owners. © 2020 Gaumard Scientific. Patented; other patents pending. All Rights Reserved. MADE IN USA.
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