VI-grade and Addfor sign exclusive reseller agreement

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Under a new agreement, VI-grade becomes the exclusive distributor of Addfor’s Sybille software. VI-grade’s driving simulators and HIL rigs are already integrated with Addfor’s AI-based software algorithms that augment real-time simulation in multiple ways. The partnership will, however, be beneficial for both parties in expanding their global reach and enabling them to bring on board new customers.

Ruben Borchetto, executive director and founding partner of Addfor, commented, “We are excited to partner with VI-grade and leverage its sales organization as well as extensive customer base to introduce the Sybille software to the automotive market. This reseller agreement opens new avenues for Addfor to further commercialize and establish our innovative AI-based solution in collaboration with VI-grade’s global network.”

Addfor’s software for real-time testing generates real-time value forecasts of signals, effectively eliminates transmission delays and enables control actuation anticipation. It harmonizes all simulator cues, ranging from motion and graphics to sound and tire squeal. Sybille’s AI-based algorithm also facilitates the remote connection of a vehicle model with a driving simulator or a HIL test bench in different locations.

“We are thrilled to announce our exclusive reseller agreement with Addfor and the addition of its innovative Sybille software to our product portfolio,” added Guido Bairati, managing director of VI-grade. “The integration of Sybille into our driving simulators and HIL solutions unlocks new possibilities for our customers, with the potential to revolutionize their vehicle development process. Moreover, by combining AI-based algorithms with our tools, we are embracing a global megatrend, ensuring that we stay ahead of the curve and effectively meet the ever-evolving demands of the dynamic automotive industry.”

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