Virtual Prototyping and Product Lifecycle Management
nVIZ helps industry leaders to optimize their digital prototyping process. We design process orientated methods to automatically create digital prototypes from your CAD data for high-end, real-time visualization and functional performance simulation. Together with the selected software tools nVIZ offers, we guarantee your maximum return on investment. nVIZ' unique virtual Product Lifecycle Management (vPLM) concept and software suite redefines the way virtual prototypes are created and used in design, engineering and marketing. The direct integration into the PLM backbone makes Virtual Reality (VR) and Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) an integral part of your Product Lifecyle Management (PLM) strategy.
Software Highlights: Virtual Test Drive with Autodesk VRED 2017 and nVIZ Motion!
Start up your latest VRED design models for a virtual test drive with nVIZ Motion. Experience the unique combination of photorealistic 3D projection and true-to-life driving performance on your virtual test drive.
nVIZ Motion for Autodesk VRED Professional 2017 supports:
_ Photorealistic visualization including immersive experience with Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, VR CAVE or Powerwall.
_ Physically correct vehicle dynamics real-time simulation with CarSim 9 from Mechanical Simulation or CarMaker 5 from IPG (beta) including a rich library of engineering data for complete vehicles and subsystems.
_ Professional force feedback steering wheel and pedals from SensoDrive for an absolutely realistic driving experience with CAN bus interface and a maximum torque of 16 Nm.
_ High performance COSMATE motion platform with up to 0,5 g acceleration in six degrees of freedom and 200 kg payload, ideal for showrooms, labs and offices due to electromotive actuators.
_ Compact seat buck with adjustable steering wheel position and integration of all devices for a plug and play solution.
Take a seat and enjoy your virtual test drive!
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2nd Symposium Driving Simulation 2016, 29. - 30. June in Berlin
The 2nd Symposium Driving Simulation discusses the current state of driving simulation technology. The topical key points will focus on systems for driver assistance systems, autonomous driving and also on user-centric development.
The symposium’s practical relevance is highlighted by examples for successful implementations and by a visit of the driving simulator of the TU Berlin.
The symposium offers an excellent platform for exchanges between driving simulation experts from the fields of science, IT, or the industry.
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