The Sigma series is our middle range of full-size, stationary DIL simulators intended for vehicle product development work such as expert driver assessments, ADAS and active safety function calibration, V2X studies and HMI design evaluations.
This range of simulators enables high-fidelity, human-centric vehicle simulations inside practical laboratory spaces where everything except large scale motion can be accommodated.
Ansible Motion Sigma series DIL simulators are gathering new insights for automotive product development.
Ansible Motion Sigma series simulators always include:
A key requirement of any engineering-class driving simulator is synchronous, real-time execution of multiple applications. For example, scenario graphics, driver controls, HIL or SIL sensor arrays, and driver feedback devices – such as steering torque feedback – must all be perfectly harmonised in order to deliver a realistic simulator experience for the human participant.
Sigma series DIL simulators share the same AML DDB® computing environment as Ansible Motion’s fully dynamic Delta series DIL simulators – and can even share use of docked AML QCS® dynamic cabins – so they are already perfectly positioned to deliver optimum real-time performance and handle even the most complex virtual test driving experiments.
Ansible Motion Sigma series DIL simulators include full-size cabins and highly immersive visuals. These are the key elements for realistic virtual test driving in many areas of automotive digital product development.
Ansible Motion Sigma series DIL simulators are being used today to create and optimise the products of tomorrow. Anything imaginable can be evaluated by real people in fully digital scenarios or in a hybrid mode that includes some real components in the loop.
Sigma series DIL simulators are powerful experimental virtual test driving platforms that help: