6dof motion platform for test systems and simulators.

SANLAB Advanced 2 Degrees of Freedom (2DOF) 3DOF 6DOF Motion systems (six degrees of freedom) solutions are suitable for precise testing of highly dynamical and powerful motion systems in normal or harsh environmental operating conditions from 800 kgs up to 8.000 kgs. (optional IP66 enclosure)

• The global simulation market, valued at hundreds of billions of dollars, is a pivotal domain that leverages cutting-edge technologies. It continues to flourish, offering a multitude of advantages. One of its fundamental components is motion-based simulations.

• 6DOF (Six Degrees of Freedom) motion systems emerge as the cornerstone of simulation systems, particularly when realistic motion is a prerequisite.

Crucial Role in Rapid Product Development

• In the contemporary landscape, marked by sectoral pressures and swiftly changing conditions, various industries, notably the defense sector, grapple with the imperative to expedite product development cycles.
• 6DOF motion systems play an irreplaceable role, specifically in performance evaluations and verification tests of devices sensitive to motion or tasked with motion-dependent functions.

SANLAB's Innovative Solution

SANLAB, a company deeply attuned to sectoral demands throughout its project design and product development endeavors, introduces high-performance 6DOF motion systems within the SMotion Moving Platform product family.
• These systems address the evolving needs of sectors navigating dynamic market and production landscapes, providing rapid prototyping and testing capabilities.

Setting New Standards

• The SMotion product family boasts a range of 6DOF motion systems, including the SM1800, SM2500 Outdoor, and SM3000. These systems have undergone rigorous development processes and are actively deployed across various sectors, with a primary focus on the defense industry.

• With an unwavering commitment to meeting sectoral requirements, SANLAB continually advances its product development for 6DOF Motion Systems. This includes enhancing lifting capacity and frequency response to better serve its clientele.

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• In recent years, the automotive industry has dramatically compressed its product development cycles, frequently introducing new models. Achieving such rapid productization in multifaceted engineering disciplines like automobiles demands the integration of advanced technologies.
• To meet these demands, software facilitating synthetic test environments, including motion simulations, plays a pivotal role in the development and testing phases of automotive products.
• Key factors include accurate modeling of the vehicle's physical behavior, precise representation of onboard sensors, and the creation of synthetic environmental conditions closely resembling real-world scenarios, all integrated with motion simulators. The quality of these elements significantly influences the overall system's success.
• A comprehensive virtual test environment for evaluating both standard and autonomous vehicles should encompass motion systems, image components, and sound components.

• Systems that incorporate the driver into the testing environment are known as Driving In the Loop (DIL) systems. These systems are extensively employed in the development processes of both standard and autonomous vehicles, leveraging motion platforms.
• Among the critical components of DIL systems, motion platforms hold a paramount position. They play a pivotal role in observing the outcomes of research conducted on virtual vehicles, directly impacting the vehicle's dynamic behavior.
SANLAB, actively monitoring sectoral developments in Turkey and abroad, has developed the Driver in the Loop Simulator and introduced it to the automotive industry, showcasing its expertise in motion systems integration.

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Established in 2009, SANLAB is a pioneer in its sector and offers unique solutions in the field of Real Time Robotic Applications. 

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