Above: Edwin de Vries, senior vehicle dynamics engineer at Cruden demonstrating the company’s simulation software
Cruden will be exhibiting its latest simulation software, vehicle model integration and content at Professional Motorsport World Expo 2015.
Visitors will be able to meet Cruden’s vehicle dynamicists and software developers for hands-on demonstrations of the latest simulator software for motorsport. This software includes Cruden’s flexible, in-house developed motorsport vehicle model (CVSM); details of how simulation engineers can seamlessly integrate their own vehicle models with, and customize the motion of, a Cruden simulator; and information on tracks and content.
Cruden will also show its new, standalone SISTer (Server for Interaction with Surfaces & Terrains) software, which enhances tire models by accessing multipoint 3D scanned surface data, while also demonstrating its Telemetry Analyzer and simulator Set-Up Tool functions.
Cruden can be found on Booth 6050 at the 2015 Professional MotorSport World Expo, November 11-13.