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March 14 Mechanical Simulation announces it will be hosting the 2018 VehicleSim User Conference in the US. Topics will include vehicle dynamics, DOE, ADAS, the lastest and upcoming features.
February 26 Mechanical Simulation Introduces Modular Design for CarSim and TruckSim
December 13 Mechanical Simulation is proud to announce the release of CarSim, TruckSim, and BikeSim 2018.0. This release has major improvements in the overall software behavior, the core vehicle dynamics, path building tools, improved sensors and more support for ADAS and autonomous vehicle development. Read the press release.
June 6 Read about how Mechanical Simulation helps validate ADAS technology in the latest issue of Vehicle Dynamics International in the article entitled Helping Hand.
April 18 New technical paper: "Real-Time Implementation and Validation for Automated Path Following Lateral Control Using Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) Simulation"


Mar 13-15 Automotive Testing Expo Korea, Booth 4018, Seoul, South Korea
Mar 29 Introduction to CarSim Training Class
April 10 Introduction to CarSim Training Class
April 11 SAE Detroit: GM Super Cruise Technology Vehicle Event: social hour sponsored by Mechanical Simulation
May 8-9 Mechanical Simulation 2018 VehicleSim User Conference, Plymouth, Michigan, USA
May 14-17 Mechanical Simulation to take part in the University of Michigan, College of Engineering, Dynamics of Heavy Duty Trucks Course Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA
May 17 Introduction to CarSim Training Class
June 5-7 Autonomous Vehicle Testing and Development Symposium, Booth AV5020, Stuttgart, Germany

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