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Dynamotion develops control systems for the safety, comfort or performance of vehicles.
Examples of control systems include traction control, anti-wheeling or anti-lock breaking systems (ABS). Such controls can be developed at three levels:

•the first level is numerical; in a simulated environment, where the plant dynamic can be described by a custom and tuned model or through the identification of a real prototype dynamic (at this level, the first-step control logic is produced and the set of tuning parameters are defined)

•the second level uses the riding simulator.
Having a human rider closing the vehicle’s control loop, many complex riding manoeuvres can be done to investigate the control system’s behaviour. Moreover, hardware prototypes can be tested in a Hardware-In-The-Loop environment, where the control device is interfaced to a bus field (e.g. CAN) on which all the necessary messages are produced by the riding simulator to emulate the other devices active on the real vehicle

•the third level is vehicle prototype implementation: this final step is where the logic is fine-tuned and the system is built onto a real vehicle prototype.