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Visit to Anthony Best Dynamics Ltd. (TBC)

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How do you make cars better before they have a driver?

Date and Time

27 March 2018 - 14:00-16:30

Location

Bradford On Avon, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the UK - SW:Somerset & W.Wilts local network. Contact dabriggs@theiet.org for more information.


About this event

AB Dynamics has supplied innovative, high quality test equipment to the global automotive industry for over 30 years.
The 25 most successful vehicle manufacturers worldwide all use AB Dynamics' driving robots, along with NHTSA and Euro NCAP to develop testing standards. AB Dynamics supplied the first steering robot for quantitative vehicle testing on the track in 1998. It has now supplied over 750 driving robot systems around the world, making them the number one supplier in this field.

Recently the company has entered into partnership with Williams F1 to produce advanced Driving Simulators to allow the automotive customers Driver in Loop capabilities for vehicle dynamics modelling and the evaluation of ADAS technology.

The visit will include a presentation about the business and a tour of the new headquarters that opened in October 2017. The visit will be limited to 20 visitors.

Programme

Visit starts at 14:00 hours and finishes at 16:30 hours

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Registration is essential as numbers are limited to 20.


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