Company Press Releases
Mar-17 Mechanical Simulation Releases SuspensionSim 2017
Dec-16 Mechanical Simulation Releases CarSim, TruckSim, and BikeSim 2017.0
Dec-16 Mechanical Simulation Upgrades NIOSH's QuadDS Driving Simulator
Feb-16 Mechanical Simulation Releases CarSim 2016
Dec-15 Mechanical Simulation Releases CarSim, TruckSim, and BikeSim 2016
Oct-15 Mechanical Simulation Delivers Engineering Driving Simulator to Canadian Tire
May-15 Mechanical Simulation Releases SuspensionSim 9.0
May-15 Mechanical Simulation Releases BikeSim 9.0
Apr-15 Mechanical Simulation Corporation Joins University of Michigan's MTC Affiliates Program
Feb-15 Mechanical Simulation Releases TruckSim 9.0
Nov-14 Meritor and Meritor-WABCO Purchase QuadDS Driving Simulator from Mechanical Simulation Corporation
Oct-14 Mechanical Simulation Releases CarSim 9.0
Mar-14 Terence J. Rhoades, President of Mechanical Simulation Corporation, Honored with SAE International Medal of Honor
Feb-14 Mechanical Simulation Releases SuspensionSim 8.2
Dec-13 Mechanical Simulation Delivers Human-Hardware-in-the-Loop Driving Simulator to Geely Automobile
Aug-13 Mechanical Simulation Releases TruckSim 8.2
Jul-13 National Transportation Safety Board Takes Delivery of a 3 DOF Driving Simulator from Mechanical Simulation Corporation
Mar-13 Mechanical Simulation Announces New Representation Agreement in India with Xitadel
Feb-13 Mechanical Simulation Purchases SuspensionSim
Jan-13 BikeSim 3.2 is Released
Jan-13 CarSim 8.2 is Released
Dec-12 BikeSim Identifies Vibration Modes in Racing Motorcycles
Dec-12 RPUG Award Presented to Mike Sayers
Nov-12 Mechanical Simulation Earns 2012 Award for Exceptional Engineering Support
Apr-12 Partnership with Altair Engineering
Jan-12 TruckSim 8.1 Released
Archived press releases
Mechanical Simulation Corporation Joins University of Michigan's MTC Affiliates Program
Membership delivers high-fidelity vehicle dynamics and advanced sensor technologies to connected vehicle OEMs and researchers.
ANN ARBOR, Mich., April 13, 2015 - Mechanical Simulation Corporation, developers of CarSim simulation software, has been selected to join University of Michigan’s Mobility Transformation Center (MTC) as an Affiliate Member. The MTC is a major research partnership of industry, government, and academia that is laying the foundation for a commercially viable system of connected and automated vehicles.
MTC is developing three complementary on-road vehicle deployments in Ann Arbor and across Southeast Michigan that will serve as test beds for partners to evaluate the effectiveness of various approaches and explore market opportunities. In addition, MTC is collaborating with the Michigan Department of Transportation to build Mcity, a full-scale 32-acre cityscape on campus for testing connected and automated vehicles and systems before they are tried out in real traffic. Mcity will have a formal opening on July 20, 2015.
Mechanical Simulation is providing several CarSim + Sensors licenses to U of M students and researchers working at the MTC. "We are proud to join the MTC," states Dr. Mike Sayers - Mechanical Simulation founder and CTO, "because it provides collaboration opportunities with the people and organizations leading the connected car revolution. As a company we stress that development of ADAS and autonomous driving technologies requires proven vehicle dynamics tools that easily integrates with a company’s existing simulation infrastructure."
"Through this consortium arrangement, we seek to engage the range of cutting-edge technology suppliers, thought leaders, and entrepreneurs required to inform and drive progress toward that transformative vision," said Dr. Peter Sweatman, Director of MTC.
About Mechanical Simulation Corporation: Mechanical Simulation Corporation is a technology leader in the development and distribution of advanced software used to simulate vehicle performance under a wide variety of conditions. The company is a world leader in providing vehicle simulation tools for software-in-the-loop (SIL), hardware-in-the-loop (HIL), and driver-in-the-loop (DIL) applications. The Ann Arbor, Michigan based company, established in 1996, provides car, truck and motorcycle simulation packages, to more than 110 OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers, and over 200 universities and government research groups worldwide. The company’s math models provide the vehicle dynamics used in more than 1,400 driving simulators. For more information, visit www.carsim.com.