AB Dynamics Group buys into simulation

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Ansible Motion automotive simulators will become part of AB Dynamics Group

Ansible Motion becomes part of AB Dynamics Group to contribute to the company’s automotive simulation portfolio

Automotive test specialist, AB Dynamics has acquired advanced simulator developer Ansible Motion, which will now become part of the Group’s simulation portfolio supplying advanced simulation products and services to the automotive and motorsport industries. Ansible Motion will sit alongside the newly formed AB Simulation division and rFpro, a simulation software provider that was acquired in 2019.

Ansible Motion is currently experiencing significant growth, which is primarily driven by sales in its Delta series dynamic simulator range. The company is forecast to double its turnover in the 2023 financial year, which is underpinned by existing orders and a strong sales pipeline.

Ansible Motion’s current product range includes the Delta series dynamic simulator, the Sigma series static simulator and the compact, portable Theta series simulator. They are used for the development of a range of ground vehicle applications, including ADAS, autonomy, motorsport, chassis, powertrain, human factors, Human-Machine Interface (HMI), NVH, steering systems and tyres.

According to Kia Cammaerts, Technical Director of Ansible Motion, the two companies have always shared a common vision to provide superlative tools for automotive product development work.

“Ansible Motion will continue to focus on the development of the world’s most immersive Driver-in-the-Loop simulation technologies, propelled further by the business and technical expertise of one of the world’s most trusted suppliers of automotive test systems and services,” he concludes.

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