Jonathan Newell tries out the Delta Series engineering simulator from Ansible Motion for vehicle dynamics and ADAS testing and development.
Located at the modern Hethel Engineering Centre near Norwich, Ansible Motion’s high technology facility is poised to expand from its motor racing heritage into the development laboratories of the mainstream global automotive manufacturers.
To do so, it has the significant challenge of overcoming the competition in an industry that has become so familiar with its large, ungainly “hexapod” simulation platforms, that you could almost say it’s entrenched.
However, as the company’s Technical Director, Kia Cammaerts explained, it’s the inability of the historic hexapods to meet the demands of modern vehicle dynamics that puts Ansible Motion’s new platform at an advantage.
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