CarSim 2016 is now available from Mechanical Simulation Corporation. Improvements have been made in the GUI, plotting, and animation, to benefit all users. A number of new ADAS examples provide starting points for new engineers working with more complicated scenarios involving multiple vehicles and ADAS sensors. Advanced users will appreciate new GUI options for building and combining roads, sharing animation data, linking to user-developed custom tire models, connecting to other tools via Simulink and FMI, and linking to custom steering models.
Meanwhile, TASS has introduced the first real-time version of the popular TASS MF-Tyre/MF-Swiftmodel, now available to run with CarSim 2016 for the dSPACE DS1006 RT system used for hardware-in-the-loop testing.
February 17, 2016