Join us on the morning of European ATC Day 1 for a free CarSim workshop.This session will cover a high-level introduction to CarSim to familiarize novice users with the software and its core capabilities, as well as highlight and demonstrate some of the novel ADAS applications that can be accomplished with the solution.
CarSim delivers the most accurate, detailed, and efficient methods for simulating the performance of passenger vehicles and light-duty trucks. CarSim aids in developing and validating subsystems, complete vehicles, and controller designs including ADAS. Simulations with CarSim involve interactions between the dynamic vehicle response, controllers, driver controls, and 3D roads.
With over twenty years of real-world validation by automotive engineers, CarSim is universally the preferred tool for analyzing vehicle dynamics, developing vehicle control systems with 3rd party tools such as Simulink, RT HIL environments, and driving simulators, and the engineering of next-generation ADAS and automated vehicle safety systems.
Who Should Attend? Engineers involved in developing and validating vehicle dynamics, control systems for chassis and steering controls, and ADAS and automated driving technologies.
12:30 - 13:30 Lunch
13:30 - 15:30
Workshop attendees are encouraged to bring their own laptops, as they will not be provided. If you have any sample data that you'd like to have the Mechanical Simulation team look at, there will be time after 15:30.
Click here to learn more and register for the European ATC. Mechanical Simulation will host a tabletop display throughout the European ATC, so participants can feel free to engage later during the week, too.
We look forward to seeing you in Frankenthal!