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News

April 26 Read how CarSim and Unreal are making autonomous vehicles safer before they hit the road. Read the article.
Dec 18 Mechanical Simulation releases CarSim, TruckSim, BikeSim , and SuspensionSim 2019.0. This release has major improvements in the overall software behavior, the core vehicle dynamics, path and scene building tools, ADAS sensors, and moving objects (traffic vehicles, pedestrians, etc.).  Watch the video presentation on the 2019.0 New Features.
Sept 27 Read how Mechanical Simulation provides simulation solutions to autonomous vehicle testing in the article titled High-fidelity simulation in Automotive Testing Technology Magazine. Read the article.
Sept 19 Read how Mechanical Simulation is helping bring autonomous vehicles to reality in the article titled Dream Big in Autonomous Vehicle International Technology Magazine. Read the article.
 
 

Events

June 21 Fundamentals of Vehicle Dynamics Classes: Introduction, Ride Comfort, (Japanese Language), Virtual Mechanics Corporation, Nagoya, Japan 
July 4 Office closed for Independence Day
July 18 Introduction to CarSim Training Class, Ann Arbor, MI, USA
July 18 Vehicle Dynamics and Controls Classes: Lateral Vehicle Dynamics and Lane Keeping (Japanese Language), Virtual Mechanics Corporation, Nagoya, Japan 
July 19 Fundamentals of Vehicle Dynamics Classes: Acceleration and Braking (Japanese Language), Virtual Mechanics Corporation, Nagoya, Japan 
July 25 Extending CarSim with Simulink and VS Commands Training Class, Ann Arbor, MI, USA
August 21-23 IQPC Autonomous Vehicles Detroit (AV19), Detroit, MI, USA

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