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Crystal Instruments will present the Spider-81, which utilizes the Spider-CAN (CANbus) to monitor electrical signals sent from automotive components. The Spider-81 vibration controller combined with a CANbus adaptor can read and respond to CANbus signals sent from any electric automotive component, and send real-time CANbus message feedback during the test.
Crashtest Service (CTS) will present its latest biofidelic crash test dummies for use in the precise reconstruction of motion sequences, damage or injuries. This range of dummies is constantly being developed in cooperation with the HTW Dresden under the supervision of Professor Dr Lars Hannawald and Dr Michael Weyde.
Bertrandt will update expo visitors on its new Powertrain Solution Center currently being built across two sites in Munich and Wolfsburg, Germany, to ensure the company can provide neutral and manufacturer-independent solutions for validating the powertrain concepts of the future.
Ipetronik will introduce its M-TDC 8 thermo module at this year’s Automotive Testing Expo in Stuttgart, Germany. The M-TDC 8 is the first thermo device featuring the company’s patented Thermo Direct Connect (TDC) technology, which allows the plugless contacting of measuring point and module.
TSI Incorporated will launch the 3098 Porous Tube Thermodiluter (PTT) at this year’s show. The PTT is a fully integrated sample conditioning system designed to work seamlessly with TSI’s 3090 Engine Exhaust Particle Sizer (EEPS) spectrometer.