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MXeval NEW RELEASE: Version 3.0 with new ACC and extended LKAS Evaluation Library now available

Munich. Generation 3.0 of the approved MX evaluation software for consistent analysis of driving manoeuvres with Key Performance Indicators comes with numerous new features. Besides a native support for essential file-types, a data plausibility check, target manager, and many more, the ACC and extended LKAS Evaluation library is the main modification of this release.  It makes MXeval again more user friendly, enables a quick and simple vehicle performance validation – in online and in offline mode. As a result, it helps you shape better cars.   You don’t know MXeval yet? MXeval is an evaluation and target analysis software for…

Contact:  Matthias Niegl matthias.niegl@mdynamix.de
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The Fairs Autumn in China

Skyline Shanghai, Vertretung Mdynamix auf Messen in China

Munich/Shanghai. With a tough program ahead, one of our Chinese distributors Shanghai Polelink Information Technology is representing MdynamiX and introducing Chinese customers our MX products at three trade fairs this autumn. Shanghai based Polelink is trading our innovative products such as realtime capable models, automated parametrization tools, sophisticated and compact testing tools, robust controllers and competent engineering services all around automated driving, vehicle dynamics, steering and NVH.    First Stop Shanghai   MX distributor Polelink is attending the Automotive Testing China Expo from September, 14th to 16th, taking place in the distributor’s hometown Shanghai. The expo is a leading trade fair…

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Good Connections from Bavaria to Guangzhou

We are happy to introduce our new distributor of MX products in Asia. Since the beginning of this year, Guangzhou Xtong Intelligent Technology Co., Ltd. is representing MdynamiX in strategically important areas of the People’s Republic of China. They are trading with innovative MX products such as models, parametrization tools, testing tools, controllers and accompanying engineering services all around automated driving as well as vehicle dynamics, steering and NVH. Xtong as representative is dealing in the provinces Beijing, Tianjing, Henan, Shaanxi, Hubei, Guangdong, Guangxi, Jiangxi, Hunan and Fujian. It is one of China’s leading manufacturer of integrated solutions for manufacturing…

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MdynamiX expands in Asia

We are happy to announce a new distributor of MX products in Asia. Since the beginning of this year, Shanghai Polelink Information Technology is representing MdynamiX in strategically important areas of the People’s Republic of China. Polelink is trading with innovative MX products such as models, parametrization tools, testing tools, controllers and accompanying engineering services all around automated driving as well as vehicle dynamics, steering and NVH. Polelink is our distributor in the Regions of Changchun, Shanghai, Zhejiang, Anhui, Baoding and Chongqing. Polelink Information Technology Co., Ltd. is a technology and innovation driven service company founded in 2010. Their Headquarter…

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Comfort and Dynamics at the 11th International Munich Chassis Symposium: MdynamiX and University of Kempten shared their expert knowledge from the home office

Mission - Im Mittelpunkt der Mensch

Munich. This year´s chassis.tech plus took place in a virtual conference from June 23-24. Four experts from MdynamiX, University of applied Sciences Kempten and the University of applied Sciences Munich shared their knowledge in a live session in the digital room. Today, not only virtual conferences and the home office give comfort a new meaning. At the same time, automated and autonomous functions are generating higher demands for comfort. With its main focus on innovative chassis systems that improve the driving experience the chassis.tech plus 2020 opens new perspectives on comfort and dynamics. For the first time in 11 years…

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Technical depth and lively exchange on Tech Day

MdynamiX und dSpace

On 6 March 2020, a Tech Day was held at the Adrive Living Lab with over 100 experts from the automotive industry. There the new advanced Vehicle Driving Simulator from AB Dynamics was presented in detail to the experts. Besides numerous companies from the industry, MdynamiX was also present with two booths. Matthias Niegl spoke in his keynote about realistic steering feel. Further technical presentations and informative exhibition tours led through the morning. In a pleasant atmosphere, development methods and applications were presented, discussed and experiences intensively exchanged. At the same time, many participants had the opportunity to take a…

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With experience in their pockets and the future in sight. MdynamiX – a specialist for driving attributes

More than ever, humans and machines must communicate and interact perfectly with each other: externally, internally, acoustically, visually and haptically. Feedback, trust, a feeling of security and an always-predictable reaction. The four founders of MdynamiX meet these exciting challenges with expert knowledge and years of experience in research and teaching. The founding team, consisting of professors Peter Pfeffer, Stefan Sentpali, Bernhard Schick and Markus Krug, has made it their mission to lead the way with new mobility concepts and technologies. The interdisciplinary know-how of the founders creates synergies between the different fields of competence of MdynamiX. Peter Pfeffer is responsible…

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Latest evaluation method: MXeval Release 2.1 now also includes ADAS evaluation

Munich. MdynamiX introduces the new generation of their approved MX evaluation software for a consistent evaluation of driving manoeuvres with Key Performance Indicators. Numerous modifications make MXeval 2.1 not only more user friendly, it also enables a quick and simple validation – in online mode – of subjective impressions and objective performance data for the applications vehicle dynamics, steering, driving assistance systems. For the latest MXeval release, above all the improvement of the usability was significant. Now the focus has changed. So far, MXeval was optimized for office use. The newly introduced automated online mode facilitates the objective evaluation of…

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Annual review: this is what moved MdynamiX in 2019

ATZ Driving Experience

Munich/Kempten. MdynamiX looks back on an exciting and eventful year 2019. The increased media presence in the regional and nationwide press, but also in trade magazines is an indication that both the location Munich and Kempten have developed positively. A brief review shows the highlights of the year. In the first half of the year, the MdynamiX was pleased to receive two articles in the trade magazine ATZ. In February, the study of the University of Applied Sciences Kempten and MdynamiX on the topic of driving experience versus mental stress in assisted lateral control was published. This was followed in…

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Tyres – Chassis – Road: MdynamiX and Kempten University of Applied Sciences presented innovative developments at the VDI Conference

Korbinian Thaler bei Reifen, Fahrwerk, Fahrbahn, VDI

Hannover. Innovations and research activities in the development and design of tyres, chassis technology and road surfaces were presented at the traditional VDI conference “Tyre-chassis-road” on 16 and 17 October. Sebastian Keidler from the University of Kempten and Korbinian Thaler from MdynamiX AG were able to establish themselves as experts with their presentations. Megatrends such as the connectivity of the automobile are creating a high pressure for innovation in tires and chassis. Many questions remain unanswered: What are the functional advantages of networking tires and chassis? Do controlled chassis make sense and is driving fun lost through automated driving? To…