Faster-to-market, reduced costs, increased reliability, avoid warranty costs, and the greater influence of advanced controls are some of the current challenges automotive OEM’s have to face when developing new cars. OEM’s must continue to evolve to the next paradigm of vehicle development and part of that includes driving simulators. Automotive OEM’s use driving simulators to test more variants than ever, to integrate active subsystems, to reduce expensive proving ground tests, and to get feedback from test drivers earlier in the design process.
VI-grade specializes in bridging the gap between test and simulation, and our Driver-in-Motion or DiM® is that solution.
VI-grade is one of few companies worldwide able to implement a driving simulator from A to Z. VI-grade takes care of the software, hardware and services involved in the deployment of a driving simulator project. Basically, you pick the configuration, you tell us where to install it, and we take care of everything else.