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Jul 25, 2019 6:14:00 AM
Joint 2nd place for VDI's Development Tool of the Year has been awarded to Ansible Motion for its ADAS Dynamics Testing Simulator that was developed to help car manufacturers better understand how drivers will cope with and respond to the rising number of ADAS and autonomous (AI) automotive technologies in a safe and repeatable laboratory environment.
One of the biggest concerns of self-driving cars is the likelihood of them causing kinetosis in occupants. ATTI speaks to developers about how they are working to alleviate the issue.
Jun 25, 2019 7:04:00 AM
Founded in 2015, WeAreTechWomen helps women working in technology via its work with over 40 multi-sector corporate organisations, helping them to attract, retain and develop female tech talent. They also provide women with opportunities to up-skill through multiple events and conferences, as well as highlighting the achievements of future tech leaders through their TechWomen100 awards. WeAreTechWomen currently has a membership of 15,000 diverse female members women working across a multitude of industries and tech disciplines.
Recently, WeAreTechWomen interviewed Rachel Bridge, Ansible Motion's Communications Coordinator. Rachel's role includes research and copy writing, coordinating and managing digital assets, filming and photography oversight, and liaising with press, media, and public relations.
Simulation has become a vital part of the engine development process but could it really replace physical powertrain prototyping?
Calling this the most incredible driving simulator on the planet would be an understatement. The temptation is to draw comparisons with off-the-shelf racing games like Forza Motorsport and Gran Turismo.
Apr 18, 2019 7:12:00 AM
Ansible Motion expands its Norfolk manufacturing and R&D facility
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 offices at the Hethel Engineering Centre to support design and manufacturing of its proven driving simulator technologies.
Mar 21, 2019 7:25:00 AM
Mar 6, 2019 7:17:00 AM
Phil Morse from Ansible Motion will host a Working Group titled, “Driver-in-the-Loop (DIL) Simulator Technologies for Steering System Development and Evaluation” at the upcoming, inaugural Steering Systems USA 2019 conference on Wednesday, March 27 at 4:50 PM EST. The conference will take place at the GM Heritage Center, Sterling Heights, Michigan, USA. (See the full conference agenda for other presentations and workshops.)
Dec 18, 2018 5:05:00 AM
A simulator has been developed by Ansible Motion that helps car manufacturers better understand how drivers will cope with and respond to the rising number of driver assistance (ADAS) and autonomous (AI) automotive technologies and interventions.
The latest iteration of Ansible Motion’s Delta Driver-in-the-Loop (DIL) simulator provides a safe and repeatable laboratory cell to test and validate the ADAS systems that are increasingly being fitted to new cars.