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Demystify on-center vehicle performance

Webinar on demand | 49 minutos

Link subjective driver feeling and objective measurements

Close the gap between subjective driver feeling and objective measurements and gain insights on global vehicle level and individual axle level.

When it comes to on-center vehicle performance, defining targets and making design decisions is challenging. After all, how do you relate driver feeling to objective measurements as only limited objective metrics are available? And how do you consider the impact of design changes?

During this webinar, we’ll explain a novel process that closes the gap between subjective driver feeling and objective measurements, and gain insights on global vehicle level and individual axle level. Model-supported testing accurately describes the effect of tire, body, and chassis modifications on the overall vehicle performance due to the decomposition of global to local information. Hence, it allows engineers to frontload the development process and set on-center vehicle performance targets at the early design stages.

You will learn how to:

  • Define objective metrics for on-center vehicle performance and set targets at early design change
  • Quantify changes due to chassis, body or tire modifications by decomposition from global to local information
  • Link objective data to subjective evaluation
Presenter:

Simona Ottaiano

Vehicle Dynamics Expert, Siemens Digital Industries Software