VI-grade will participate to the Automotive Solutions Seminar event to be held on 6th-7th November 2013 in Guangzhou, China. The event, organized by Chinese distributor of VI-grade solutions KHAT and targets all major automotive OEMs and suppliers, will include a series of technical presentations and training sessions related to all automotive VI-grade products.
For additional information on the event, please click here to confirm your participation (free-of-charge).
VI-grade will participate to the 2013 Formula SAE Brasil event, a product development competition where students must create, design, construct and compete with small Formula One style race cars. Founded in Texas in 1981, this competition was created to promote an opportunity for college level students to gain experience in project management and construction and to apply the knowledge gained over the length of the engineering course. In 2011, 160 teams participated in the competition in the United States including 45 foreign teams coming from 14 different countries. The 2013 Brasilian edition of the formula SAE will see the participation of 31 teams.
The event will take place at ECPA, a motoring club at Piracicaba (about 90 km from Sao Carlos).
VI-grade will participate to the event showcasing the VI-DriveSim static simulator at the PSA Brasil (official sponsor of the event) booth.
For additional information on the event, follow this link.
VI-grade, the leading provider of best-in-class products and services to bridge the gap between real world testing and technical simulation, is happy to announce the winner of the 2013 edition of the Virtual Formula competition.
1° - Team Genesis - University of Malaya - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 2° - Fighting Spirit Racing - ESTACA - Levallois Perret, France 3° - VI-rtus team - University of Salento - Lecce, Italy 4° - SquadraCorse - Politecnico di Torino - Torino, Italy 5° - FTEC - Faculdade de Tecnologia TecBrasil - Caxias do Sul, Brasil 6° - AMIGO - State Technical University n.a. R.E. Alekseev - Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
Our congratulations go to the Team Genesis of the University of Malaya, Malaysia that will receive 2 VI-Motorsport licenses and a 1-day exciting VI-DriveSim session at VI-grade’s SimCenter.
We would like to thank once again all participants to this edition of the Virtual Formula as well as all technical sponsors.
Virtual Formula 2013, realized with the endorsement of 888, Fiat do Brasil, Lamborghini, MSC Software and PSA do Brasil, is built upon the rules and regulations of the popular Formula SAE and Formula Student.
The competition was based on the usage of VI-Motorsport, VI-grade’s interactive simulation environment for motorsport vehicle modeling and dynamic analysis. All registered teams have been granted access to a complete state-of-the-art racing simulation software to find the best set-up for their car.
The 72 registered teams had time until Feb 28th, 2014 to submit their results to VI-grade.
Reasons to participate to the competition:
To learn vehicle dynamics software used by leading motorsport teams and automotive OEMs
To get in touch with vehicle dynamicists from sponsoring companies
To improve your vehicle design in a virtual environment for real results at the next FSAE event
To join the VI-grade network of vehicle specialists and software developers
To add important competences to your resume for your future career in the automotive industry
The participating teams hav been challenged to optimize the performance of a virtual race car, minimizing the lap time on a given autocross track. The competition has been won by the team that drove the vehicle with the shortest lap-time on the given circuit.
This year, the participating teams have also been requested to summarize their engineering decisions into a technical report evaluated by a dedicated committee formed by vehicle dynamicists from well-known automotive companies.
The winning team received 2 VI-Motorsport licenses and a 1-day exciting VI-DriveSim session at VI-grade’s SimCenter.
The Automotive Engineering Exposition began in 1992 as a technology exhibition for engineers and researchers working on the front line of the automotive industry. Since then, it has developed in line with the ceaseless efforts of the automotive industry to innovate.
This event is Japan’s only comprehensive exhibition of automotive technology, and is attended by engineers, researchers, vehicle, part and component designers, manufacturers, and technical managers from auto manufacturers worldwide. MTNW will be exhibiting in cooperation with our long term partner and agent in Japan, IDS Intelligence & Design Systems LTD.
For more information on this exciting event click here.
The Adams product team cordially invites you to participate in a hands-on session to explore features in the upcoming Adams 2013.1 release. The session will be held on April 9th, 2013 in conjunction with the 5th VI-grade Users Conference, and will be led by Chris Baker (Adams Product Manager) and Anthony Gugino (Adams Product Development Manager) from MSC. Feature examples will be provided as a guide, and face-to-face communication with the MSC team will give you a strong voice in the Adams product-planning process.
Features in the upcoming 2013.1 release that may be of particular interest are Functional Mock-up Interface (FMI) co-simulation support and enhancements to Adams/Machinery, including a new Cable module and gear modeling updates. During the event, new features recently released in Adams 2013 also will be available for exploration, and details regarding that release can be found on the MSC website.
Here are the event details:
Date: Tuesday, April 9th, 2013 Time: 11 am until 3 pm (lunch provided) Location: Congresszentrum Am Rosenpark, Anneliese Pohl Allee 3, 35037 Marburg - Germany (Click here for directions)
Note:You will use your own computer. the MSC team will contact you regarding installation of the software and provide a temporary license.
You should register at this link for this hands-on event by April 1st, 2013. Please note that you may attend this event at no cost without committing to the VI-grade conference, but are encouraged to examine the conference agenda and participate, as desired.