After 13 years with the same logo, and 16 years devoted to building simulators, it’s time for something fresh. Therefore, today, we are sharing our new company logo with customers, partners and friends.
We’ve maintained the recognizable three arrows and bold Cruden red that have symbolized our professionalism over all those years. And it feels right to present a more lively emblem that better reflects the Cruden spirit!
Engineers who work with driver-in-the-loop (DIL) simulators all have opinions on the different motion systems and motion-cueing models that are available on the market. Some of these viewpoints are based on experience, but supposition, rumor and hearsay can also be factors. Cruden has been working on motion simulators for around 25 years, having installed more
The four Dutch finalists in the new W Series visited our workshop in Amsterdam last week, to test a formula race car on one of our simulators. In preparation for the final selection stage at the Almeria circuit in Spain, Beitske Visser, Stéphane Kox, Milou Mets and Shirley van der Lof all did several runs
The University of Texas at Austin (UT-Austin) has installed a fully integrated high-fidelity Cruden driving simulator to facilitate ground-breaking academic research into autonomous driving systems. Cruden has completed the installation of an automotive driver-in-the-loop simulator at the University of Texas at Austin (UT-Austin). As one of North America’s most renowned research institutions, UT-Austin’s Walker Department
Driving simulators have traditionally been viewed as standalone development tools, something to be operated by a handful of specialists at arm’s length from the organisation’s traditional testing function. Yet this shouldn’t be the case. DIL systems can easily slot into existing automotive test environments and toolchains and be able to be used by the whole
Cruden and Artemis Technologies take car simulator technology to develop best in class sailing simulator
Artemis Technologies, a spin off from America’s Cup challenger Artemis Racing has developed a new fast craft simulator with Cruden. The simulator runs on Cruden’s Panthera simulator software and features a bespoke top platform based on a key section of an F50 catamaran. The simulator will be used for engineering analysis of different designs, developing