AB Dynamics opens new location to showcase simulator technology

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A new office has been opened by the AB Dynamics Simulation Group in Benningen, Germany, strategically located in the middle of Bavaria’s mobility innovation center. The site will act as a hub for the company’s clients, with nearby static and dynamic simulators and adjacent proving ground creating an optimal environment to showcase its end-to-end testing products.

“We see Germany as one of the most important automotive markets with its innovative and forward-thinking OEMs, Tier 1s and research institutions” said Stefan Vorderobermeier, business development manager, AB Dynamics.

“Having a hub close to our customers and partners enables us to understand applications and future customer needs to stay at the forefront of technology. With our solutions ranging from high end simulation environments, track models and ray tracing functionalities to class leading dynamic driving simulators, we can support our clients to establish a more efficient, effective and sustainable product development cycle.”

Holger Hildsberg, managing director of AB Dynamics’ European operation, added, “Our new office is a perfect fit for the whole AB Dynamics Group not only with our long-standing partner Kempten University of Applied Sciences, which is operating our dynamic simulator in the very same building, but also the adjacent proving ground of FAKT-motion where our clients can access state-of-the-art conditions to test and validate future mobility, including the usage of our track testing products.”

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