UK-based motion simulator technology company Dynisma will be showing its simulator technology at the Driving Simulation & Virtual Reality Conference Europe (DSC) in Strasbourg, France, on September 15 and 16, 2022.
At this year’s DSC, Dynisma will showcase the Dynisma Motion Generators (DMGs) which benefit from super low latency and an extremely high bandwidth.
Two presentations will be given by the company: Gavin Farmer, commercial manager at Dynisma, will explore the topic of redefining motion simulation and how bandwidth is used to close the gap between drivers and vehicle models; and Nikhil Garrett, head of driving simulation, will deliver a presentation on the DMG-X motion generator and how it can make a step change in vehicle ride, NVH and handling simulation. During the presentation Garrett will discuss applications for the simulator in vehicle dynamics and EV powertrain development, in addition to presenting the results of a study of real vehicle motion and the comparison with simulator motion.
“We’re looking forward to showcasing our technology at DSC 2022,” said Ashley Warne, CEO, Dynisma. “Dynisma’s mission is to create the world’s most immersive simulators and widen access to the best high-fidelity, responsive motion generators that drivers and engineers could want. Dynisma’s advanced DMG technologies offer the perfect solution for a range of specific requirements for automotive manufacturers, Tier 1 suppliers in the automotive industry and in motorsport applications.”