DynaFusion India and Cruden of the Netherlands Announces Partnership for Cruden Driving Simulators in India
DynaFusion will be the exclusive partner for Cruden’s automotive range of simulators in India. Cruden is the world’s leading designer, manufacturer and integrator of professional open architecture driving simulators for the automotive, motorsport, marine and motorcycle industries. Cruden offers flexible, durable, high performing real-time simulators and their modular components such as hardware, software, vehicle models, content and visual systems.
“It’s my pleasure to announce our partnership with Cruden in India. Being a strong engineering company with sound industry know-how in automotive electronics, it is also our commitment to stay focused and excel customer expectations. This partnership will give us an edge to forefront our offerings in niche and commanding segment. Together with dSPACE solutions, we bring this cutting-edge technology to further enhance user experience in the field of Driver-in-the-Loop Simulation,” said Rajashekhar Rao, CEO – DynaFusion Technologies Pvt. Ltd.
“Cruden is happy to announce its partnership with DynaFusion to sell Cruden’s automotive range of driving simulators in India. DynaFusion is a knowledgeable automotive specialist that will help our company serve new markets and customer types. It is highly complementary that DynaFusion has an established network of customers working on hardware-in-the-loop simulation. These users are increasingly looking to add a driver-in-the-loop and create an integrated solution to align the processes and workflows of their DIL and HIL test departments. In addition, DynaFusion has a wealth of experience in providing test systems for the development of embedded software that runs on various ECUs. The ability to integrate ECUs with driving simulators is increasingly essential for the contemporary demands of ADAS development, autonomous vehicle (AV) and vehicle dynamics testing,” said Maarten van Donselaar, CEO, Cruden.
Source: Business Wire India