Leuven, Belgium – LMS, the engineering innovation company, will highlight its unique simulation solutions at the Vehicle Dynamics Expo 2009 to be held in Stuttgart, Germany from June 16th until June 18th, 2009. Both LMS Imagine.Lab AMESim and LMS Virtual.Lab product suites are designed to help vehicle dynamics engineers tackle the complex challenge of balancing mission-critical aspects, such as fuel efficiency, driving dynamics, comfort and safety.
“LMS delivers comprehensive, cutting-edge solutions that provide engineers a unique platform for the development of their driving dynamics systems, from the early design stages to controls integration,” stated Willy Bakers, LMS Executive Vice-President & Chief Business Operations Officer. “Our strong experience in this field gives LMS an indisputable advantage to become the preferred tools in driving dynamics studies.”
The advanced LMS solutions assess the interaction between the vehicle, its key subsystems and their controllers to ensure optimal energy consumption, driving pleasure and enhanced safety. The simulation applications can run system dynamics studies in parallel with fuel efficiency analyses and present a unique platform to model and simulate vehicles, with different levels of model details and straightforward integration with software-in-the-loop or hardware-in-the-loop validation processes. With the LMS solutions, users can perform fatigue life predictions on the vehicle suspension components and trimmed body as well as develop active safety systems such as ESP. They maximize vehicle dynamics performance and optimize stability control while reducing power consumption.
LMS offers dedicated simulation solutions for suspension, braking and power steering system design, global chassis control validation, full vehicle approach for fuel efficiency simulation, vehicle-driver simulation, control system integration, as well as NVH and durability simulation. LMS further offers professional and engineering services to assist customers in integrating LMS solutions into their existing product development process and optimizing their simulation process.
Booth 5206 at the Vehicle Dynamics Expo 2009 in Stuttgart, Germany from June 16th until June 18th, 2009.
- Tire maker Michelin develops FEA post-processing tools using MeshViz XLM and Open Inventor® by VSG
- FARO and Autodesk Collaborate to Add Support for Point Cloud Data to AutoCAD 2011
- Delcam presented with sixth Queen's Award
- Spatial Announces Registration Open for 3D Insiders' Summit 2011
- MSC Software and Sigmadyne Announce New Capabilities for Optimization of Optical Systems
- Official Thinkdesign 2011 Beta version Entering into the Build Phase - Ready for Imminent Release
- Materialise Innovation Forum Major Success
- COMET robot machining consortium meets at Fraunhofer
- Two Indian SolidWorks resellers add Sescoi's WorkNC to their portfolio
- Autodesk Acquires T-Splines Modeling Technology Assets