Driving simulators have traditionally been viewed as standalone development tools, something to be operated by a handful of specialists at arm’s length from the organisation’s established development tool chain.Cruden, February 15, 2019
At Cruden we understand the role that the driving simulator can play as part of the wider automotive test environment, and we know how to make it happen simply and easily. We have installed many driving simulators that provide automotive engineers and researchers with a flexible and accessible gateway, connecting human drivers and passengers with new and adapted vehicle systems during the design phase.
The schematic above shows how easy it is to add a Cruden DIL simulator for use by the whole organisation where it can integrate seamlessly with existing CAE tools such as vehicle models, traffic simulation and sensor simulation, as well as with hardware test rigs.
More information: https://www.cruden.com/2019/02/15/cruden-illustrates-the-ease-of-adding-a-driving-simulator-to-the-automotive-testing-tool-chain/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=how_dil_simulators_fit_in_your_test_environment&utm_term=2019-02-18