Ansible Motion Articles
Theta C driving simulator acquired by Michelin
Tire manufacturer, Michelin, has acquired the Ansible Motion Theta C compact driving simulator to assist with research and development work. In order to expand its research, development and simulation capabilities, Michelin is installing a new Ansible Motion Driver-in-the-Loop (DIL) simulator at their North America R&D centre in Greenville, South Carolina, US.
Driving simulator validates latest automotive megatrends
A new compact and self-contained cube simulator, powerful enough to validate driver assistance and autonomous technologies in today’s vehicles, has been unveiled by Ansible Motion. Thanks to its compact footprint and sophisticated computational architecture.
Driving simulator manufacturer expands its UK facilities
UK-based driving simulator manufacturer, Ansible Motion has secured a grant towards its facilities expansion through the New Anglia Small Grant Scheme, which is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund. The expansion will see Ansible Motion double its office space at the Hethel Engineering Centre for the design, validation and manufacturing of its proven simulator and testing technologies.
Simulator shows how humans interact with autonomous cars
A new simulator to help car makers better understand how drivers will cope with and respond to the rising number of Driver Assistance (ADAS) and autonomous (AI) automotive technologies has been revealed by Ansible Motion. The latest iteration of Ansible Motion’s multi-million-pound Delta Driver-in-the-Loop (DIL) simulator provides a safe and repeatable laboratory environment to test and validate the myriad ADAS systems that are increasingly...