Designed to be capable of validating the technologies needed to enable megatrends of electrification, autonomy, driver assistance as well as HMI and vehicle dynamics, Ansible Motion has revealed full details of the production Delta series S3 Driver-in-the-Loop (DIL) simulator.
- Ansible Motion’s most sophisticated and versatile simulator to date is capable of validating the megatrends of electrification, autonomy, driver assistance as well as HMI and vehicle dynamics
- New design satisfies growing demand for high-fidelity, high-dynamic, human-centric vehicle simulations inside a practical laboratory space
- High acceleration levels ensure vestibular motions are sustained for longer, delivering realism for real world driving events for both road and race applications
- Advanced sales for this new-for-2022 simulator already confirmed to BMW, Continental, Honda R&D Co and Deakin University
Its most sophisticated, high-performance, dynamic driving simulator to date, the Delta S3 simulator satisfies a growing demand for high-fidelity, high-dynamic, human-centric vehicle simulations in both road and motorsport applications.
Designed and manufactured in-house in Hethel, Norfolk, Ansible Motion’s all-new AML SMS2 Stratiform Motion System is at the heart of the Delta S3’s dynamic capabilities, delivering a best-in-class and refined physical experience. The Delta S3’s scalable architecture also means that it can be built and delivered in multiple size options, making it ideal for a broad range of automotive product development use cases such as expert driver assessments, chassis dynamics, powertrain driveability, ADAS and active safety function calibration, V2X studies and HMI design evaluations.
Read the full article on the Auto Innovations EMEA website.