At VI-grade, we have a singular quest to rapidly accelerate innovation in the product development process. We want to move away from the old paradigm where you conceive of an idea, but then you have to build a hardware prototype before you get to experience it.
Shifting from traditional off-line simulation to raising on-line activities on driving simulators, engineers can progressively and selectively add real-world elements to the environment, making it the most COMPLETE simulation tool.
For example, a driver will react to external inputs on the simulator, providing feedback on different vehicle setups exactly like he would do on the real test track.
Additionally, Hardware-in-the-Loop components, such as real ECUs, radars and cameras for ADAS applications, can be added to the simulation scenario.
This perfect mix between real world and virtual components leads to infinite simulation possibilities, with extremely high level of correlation.