Hancom MDS and DynaFusion will support Cruden’s growth in the automotive driving simulator market.
Cruden is expanding the global reach of its driver-in-the-loop (DIL) simulators with the addition of two new distributors. Hancom MDS and DynaFusion, which have exclusive rights to sell Cruden’s automotive range of simulators in South Korea and India, respectively, are both distributors of dSPACE hard real-time (HRT) systems commonly used by automotive engineers in hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) testing.
“Partnering with knowledgeable automotive specialists Hancom MDS and DynaFusion is an important step for Cruden as we look to serve new markets and customer types beyond our traditional European OEM base,” explains Dennis Marcus, commercial manager at Cruden.
“It is highly complementary that our selected partners have established networks of customers working on hardware-in-the-loop simulation who wish to add a driver-in-the-loop and who are looking for an integrated solution to align the processes and workflows of their DIL and HIL test departments. Both companies also have a wealth of experience in providing test systems for the development of embedded software that runs on various ECUs. The ability to integrate ECUs with driving simulators is increasingly essential for the contemporary demands of ADAS development, autonomous vehicle (AV) and vehicle dynamics testing,” says Dennis Marcus.
Cruden recently developed a solution that makes the integration of a driving simulator with a dSPACE-driven test rig more straightforward and less error-prone, by combining its open architecture Panthera simulator software with the dSPACE ASM simulation tool suite for vehicle models, traffic and sensor simulation. This time-saving package will be a powerful addition to dSPACE users internationally.
This announcement is made in advance of the Automotive Testing Expo Europe 2018 (Messe Stuttgart; June 5-7; stand 1168) at which representatives of Hancom MDS will be present to discuss opportunities with South Korean visitors. At the show, Cruden will highlight its three standard products for the automotive testing market, for HMI, ADAS, AV and vehicle dynamics applications, and exhibit a typical automotive simulator driver cockpit.
Adjacent to the Testing Expo, Jelle van Doornik, product manager ADAS at Cruden, will speak at the Autonomous Vehicle Symposium, on June 7th at 15.15. His presentation will cover the role of simulators in driver observation work and will show the benefits for subjective assessment of autonomous driving handover moments. He will reference Cruden’s work with Hyundai Mobis and the development of its Departed Driver Rescue and Exit Maneuver (DDREM) technology.
The contact details for the new Cruden distributors are:
Hancom MDS Inc.,
3FL. Hancom Tower, 49,
Daewangpangyo-ro 644 Beon-gil Bundang-gu,
Republic of Korea
Tel: +82 31 627 3000
DynaFusion Technologies Pvt. Ltd
#214, 1st Floor,
Bengaluru 560 080
Tel: +91 80 4113 7614/15
Image – Hancom MDS has exclusive rights to sell Cruden’s automotive range of simulators in South Korea.
Image – DynaFusion has exclusive rights to sell Cruden’s automotive range of simulators in India.
Image – A presentation by Jelle van Doornik, product manager ADAS at Cruden, at the Autonomous Vehicle Symposium, will reference Cruden’s work with Hyundai Mobis and the development of its Departed Driver Rescue and Exit Maneuver (DDREM) technology.
Cruden is the world’s leading designer and manufacturer of professional, open architecture HIL/DIL driving simulators, simulator components and software. Originating from Fokker Aircraft Company in the late 1990s, Cruden was formed in 2004 and today serves the automotive, motorsport and marine industries. The company’s complete simulator packages interface with any customer vehicle model and include on- and off-board projection systems. Cruden also produces vehicle, road/track and tire models in-house. The company launched its open architecture Panthera software suite in 2015. www.cruden.com