Gavin Farmer (Commercial Manager, Dynisma, United Kingdom)
“Drive ahead of the curve: Dynamic DIL simulators redefined”
From F1 to Future Mobility, the way a vehicle moves its driver or rider, and the way they respond to that movement, is key to success. Dynisma embraces bandwidth and latency challenges to create driving simulators with a much tighter loop between the vehicle models and the drivers or riders. The result? The most dynamic, realistic and scalable turnkey solutions in the world.
The presentation describes Dynisma’s revolutionary approach to motion simulation with examples of what this is enabling engineers to study and develop on road and track.
Don’t miss this exciting presentation where Dynisma will also be introducing the pinnacle of driving simulator technology through the launch of the highly anticipated DMG-360XY – the ultimate tool for lane change, ride evaluation and development.
Vincent Honnet (R&D Manager – Thematic Referent « Connected Autonomous Transport », SystemX, France)
The Institutes of Research and Technology SystemX, set up in 2012, is the only Institute of Research and Technology (IRT) in the field of digital engineering of complex systems, meeting industries and territories’ technological and scientific challenges through flexible, open and collective applied research.
The main objectives of SystemX is to help industries to meet their challenges of integrating digital technologies and to share and disseminate the knowledge and skills acquired through consolidated technological platforms as part of the institute’s research projects and training initiatives.
SystemX is mainly based on the campus of the Paris-Saclay University, but also in Lyon and even in Singapour !
Rik de Swart (Sales Manager, Motion Simulation Technology, Van Halteren Technologies, The Netherlands)
“Finding the Sweet Spot for Advanced Driving Simulator Motion systems”
Dan Atzmon (Head of Global Marketing, Foretellix, Israel)
“Maximizing the value of Simulation”
Numerous OEM and tier1 companies are currently embracing Software-In-the-Loop (SIL) simulation as a crucial aspect of their development and V&V (Verification and Validation) strategies. This presentation will offer practical tips to maximize the benefits of your investment in virtual testing.
Sylvain Chazot (Managing Director, IPG Automotive, France)
“Virto, managing and optimising virtual test drives in the cloud”
This presentation will introduce Virto, IPG Automotive’s latest innovation. Virto is a set of scalable, cloud-connected web applications that enable:
– Virtual vehicle development workflow management by automating the simulation pipeline,
– Development time reduction by centralising the management of simulation parameters and models, and managing vehicle data and scenarios,
– Teamwork in a collaborative environment between the different entities, departments or stakeholders involved in development, testing and validation.
Each individual Virto application can be integrated into an existing tool chain on the customer’s site, making simulation accessible to all. The Virto platform enables greater collaboration between teams working on a common project. Virto also reduces the time needed for testing, by running simulation scenarios in parallel in the cloud. The platform increases the coverage and depth of tests, while respecting the project timeline.
Peter Woodthorpe (Programme Manager, Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds, United Kingdom)
“Virtuocity a Centre for City Simulation”
This presentation will describe Leeds University’s Centre for City Simulation facility giving an overview of recently completed research projects in the field of Human Factors and Safety, Machine Learning and Behavioural Modelling as well as the comprehensive line of competencies and tools, available for future projects.
Salman Safdar (Business Development Director, Ansible Motion, United Kingdom)
“Business Development with Driver in the Loop”
In the rapidly evolving landscape of vehicle development, user requirements and future mobility trends are driving significant changes. The focal point of new technological advancements lies in enhancing driver experience and establishing a stronger connection between drivers and vehicles. At the forefront of this transformation, Driver in the Loop (DIL) simulators play a crucial role in the tool chain, enabling the creation of safe, comfortable, and connected vehicles for the future. As industry experts, Ansible Motion specialises in seamlessly integrating DIL capability into existing tool chains, empowering our customers to ‘Test more for Less’ and continuously improve their development process.
Josh Wreford (Head of Sales, rFpro, United Kingdom)
Exploring the power of combining physically accurate digital models with highly-realistic rendering technology in order to accelerate vehicle system development in simulation.
Dennis Marcus (Commercial Manager, Cruden, Netherlands)
“DIL system integration and how it can make or break the immersion in your simulator“
Quentin Blancheri (Director, The European Training and Simulation Association)
Michael Hoffmann (Zero Prototypes Evangelist, VI-grade, Italy)
VI-grade is leading the charge in helping its customers simultaneously accelerate the development of their products and the pace of innovation.
This challenging objective can be reached by employing a unique human-centric approach to development that combines cutting-edge simulation software, driving simulators and HiL solutions that have proven results in the ultimate goal of achieving virtual sign-off.
Find out in this presentation how VI-grade helps dozens of automotive OEMs and suppliers to win the Zero Prototypes Challenge!
Florian Albert (CEO & Co-Founder, AVES Reality, Germany)
“Towards the vision of simulating any place on earth – HD-maps and 3D worlds generated from on satellite imagery“