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The driving event at chassis.tech’s 10th anniversary

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The driving event of this year’s chassis.tech plus. Experience and evaluate chassis systems and ADAS on June 24 at the benchmark driving event the day before the 10th chassis.tech plus. Get to know the competitive environment by test-driving and evaluating the latest automobiles and their advanced assistant functions. All evaluation results will be recorded electronically, anonymized and made available to you. A vast selection of current car models equipped with state-of-the-art assistance systems available for you to test-drive a full day. You can take the time you usually don’t have in your daily working life to explore the different car…

Contact:  Prof. Dr. Peter E. Pfeffer PETER.PFEFFER@MDYNAMIX.DE
Contact:  Prof. Bernhard Schick  BERNHARD.SCHICK@MDYNAMIX.DE
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FEEL TO BE DRIVEN – Practical Seminar No. 3

Feel To Be Driven Team

The successful seminar series FEEL TO BE DRIVEN continues: at the beginning of May 2019, the participants of the third edition were able to acquire expert knowledge about the latest technologies and their potential from ADAS to automated driving. The personal driving experience is not to be missed. An important part of the seminar is the learning of subjective and objective evaluation methods, which are used to optimize driving functions and driving characteristics. The strong combination of theory and driving experience also inspires our participants: „It is especially attractive that you can compare driving assistance systems from different OEMs side…

Contact:  Dieter Scharpe PARTNER.DIETER.SCHARPE@MDYNAMIX.DE
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VDI Technology Forum: Is automated driving fun?

“Is automated driving fun” was the topic of the VDI Technology Forum on 26th March. Experts from Industry and research discussed a rather neglected aspect of tomorrow’s mobility. Prof. Dr. Peter E. Pfeffer in his function as Chair of the VDI South welcomed the already intrigued audience gathered in one of the lecture halls at University of Applied Sciences Munich. Besides Prof. Dr. Bengler from the Technical University Munich, Dr. Florian Fuhr from Porsche and BMW’s Reiner Friedrich, MdynaimX’ Prof. Bernhard Schick and Prof. Markus Krug contributed to the VDI event. Read the full article (German)

Contact:  Prof. Bernhard Schick BERNHARD.SCHICK@MDYNAMIX.DE
Contact:  Prof. Dr. Peter E. Pfeffer PETER.PFEFFER@MDYNAMIX.DE
Automated driving (ADAS)  |  News

FEEL TO BE DRIVEN – Practical Seminar No. 2

Benchmarkfahrt

With the experience in the back and the future in sight: the participants of the second FEEL TO BE DRIVEN benefit in future from their newly gained experiences in discovering, feeling and evaluating driver assistance systems. Yesterday’s FEEL TO BE DRIVEN at Vöhlin Castle in Illertissen showcased the extensive know-how of the experts from MdynamiX and the University of Applied Sciences Kempten as well as the open-mindedness of the participants: the practical seminar offered the participants a broad program of lectures, workshops and driving experience on the subject of automated driving and driving assistance systems. Our participants faced the challenge…

Contact:  Dieter Scharpe PARTNER.DIETER.SCHARPE@MDYNAMIX.DE
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The 3rd ISAVT in Germany

September 12-14, 2018: The International Symposium on Advanced Vehicle Technology

After two successful get-togethers in Japan (2016) and USA (2017), the International Symposium on Advanced Vehicle Technology was held in Germany hosted by the University of Applied Sciences Kempten. The participants gathered in Illertissen, in the picturesque surroundings of Vöhlin Castle, and discussed cooperation between industry, government, and academia for innovation in research and development and creation of new businesses, particularly in the automotive field. MdynamiX CEOs Prof. Bernhard Schick and Prof. Dr. Peter Pfeffer jointly chaired the event. As automotive research and development combine a wide range of advanced technology, it is necessary to coordinate industry, government and academia.…

Contact:  Prof. Bernhard Schick BERNHARD.SCHICK@MDYNAMIX.DE
Ride Comfort & Steering Behaviour  |  Uncategorized

MdynamiX at the chassis.tech 2018

MdynamiX at the chassis.tech plus 2018
We took part in the 2018 chassis.tech with exciting presentations and our own stand at the exhibition

Prof. Bernhard Schick made the start with his keynote speech about “Driving experience versus mental stress with automated lateral guidance from the customer’s point of view”. Martin Foerster continued with his presentation about “Lateral dynamics on the vehicle test bed – a steering module as a validation tool for autonomous driving functions”. Matthias Becker and Florian Schaschko presented the topic “Open steering platform for development of advanced steering functions, ADAS and autonomous vehicles”. (Photo credit: ATZ live)

Contact:  Prof. Dr. Peter E. Pfeffer PETER.PFEFFER@MDYNAMIX.DE
Automated driving (ADAS)  |  News

The 1st FEEL TO BE DRIVEN practical seminar was a success!

MXacademy - Feel to be driven

Assisted and automated driving are the future. The automotive industry is working hard on these technologies. As they continue to progress, many questions remain. Will customers accept the technology? Will the new systems actually make customers’ lives easier? What driving characteristics do customers want? What kind of driving experience will these systems provide? In September 2017 these issues were looked at closely and were made perceivable during the first MXacademy practical seminar FEEL TO BE DRIFEN, presented by MdynamiX. A balanced mix of theory and actual driving allowed participants from the automotive industry not only to learn about the basics…

Contact:  Dipl (grad.) Dieter Scharpe PARTNER.DIETER.SCHARPE@MDYNAMIX.DE