Horiba MIRA has chosen to use data acquisition systems from Diversified Technical Systems (DTS) as part of a £16m (US$23m) investment to upgrade the company’s UK test facilities.
MIRA will phase in more than 1,000 channels of DTS data acquisition systems company-wide, including at its Euro NCAP-accredited Safety Test Centre.
The DTS Slice Nano will be part of the new in-dummy DAS solutions for the state-of-the-art WorldSID and Q Series crash test dummies, which are used for required consumer NCAP tests to assess occupant injury risk.
The Slice data recorders will be used to collect critical test data for chassis, durability, impact testing, as well as occupant and pedestrian testing.
Visit Horiba MIRA at stand 1512 and DTS at booth 1902 at Automotive Testing Expo Europe 2016. The show takes place on May 31-June 2, at Messe Stuttgart, Germany.
May 18, 2016