SANLAB enables various test procedures utilizing simulation platforms such as motion platforms, Sline 3DOF actuators, and driver-in-the-loop simulators. Product tests span from vehicle to tank tests and beyond. Sanlab's innovative technologies provide an excellent environment to optimize testing processes and enhance product performance.


Motion test systems are typically designed for use in simulation environments and are intended to simulate shaking at specific frequency ranges. Commonly used components in these systems include signal replicators and signal generators. While signal replicators are utilized to duplicate a particular signal and transmit it to multiple devices, signal generators produce signals in various frequencies and forms. These components play a crucial role in evaluating the dynamic behaviors and responses of tested products.

Additionally, motion test systems are often employed to simulate the dynamic behaviors, driving conditions, or environmental interactions of vehicles such as cars, aircraft, or ships. These systems consist of a test platform placed on a motion platform. While the motion platform simulates the movements of the tested vehicle, the devices or components on the test platform operate as they would in a real environment. This is highly important for determining how the tested product will behave under real-world conditions.

Motion test systems can be used to assess the performance, durability, and safety of vehicles, as well as for various applications in fields such as pilot training, simulator training, and defense industry. These systems play a critical role in determining how the tested product will behave under real-world conditions, and they are instrumental in the product development process.

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Driver-in-the-Loop (DIL) testing is a widely used method in the automotive industry. This test is employed to evaluate how a vehicle will behave in a real driving environment. DIL testing is conducted in a simulation environment where a real driver operates the vehicle. The driver controls the vehicle using the controls in the simulator, while the behavior of the vehicle is monitored and analyzed in real-time.

DIL testing is an important tool for evaluating the performance, safety, and driving characteristics of vehicles. It is used to understand how vehicles will respond under different driving conditions. For example, factors such as emergency maneuvers, cornering abilities, braking performance, and the behavior of vehicles in various road conditions are tested.

Additionally, DIL testing plays a significant role in driver training and development processes. It can be used for training new drivers and improving the skills of existing drivers. Furthermore, it can be utilized to assess whether vehicles meet drivers' expectations and to make improvements in vehicle design.

As an example, the Opina project stands out for its developments in autonomous driving technologies. This research project focuses on the safety, efficiency, and usability of autonomous vehicles. Similarly, Togg vehicles are positioned as Turkey's indigenous and national car. The development of Togg includes the integration of advanced driver assistance systems and autonomous driving technologies. These projects play a crucial role in shaping the future of the automotive industry and can be a significant milestone in the widespread adoption of autonomous vehicles.

In conclusion, Driver-in-the-Loop testing is an important tool in the automotive industry for evaluating the performance, safety, and driving characteristics of vehicles. It is used to understand and improve how vehicles will behave under real driving conditions.

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3DOF motion systems SLINE have the ability to move in three different directions: heave (up-down), roll (side-to-side tilt), and pitch (forward-backward tilt). Various tests that can be performed with such systems include:

Driving Simulations: 3DOF motion systems like SLINE enable drivers to control a vehicle in a simulation environment closely resembling real driving experiences. This can be used to simulate cornering, acceleration, braking, and other driving dynamics.

Motion Analysis: 3DOF systems can be used to evaluate the responses of an object in specific directions of movement. For example, they can be used to analyze how a test object reacts while moving back and forth at a certain speed or how it adapts to changes in height.

Balance Tests: These systems can be used to evaluate the balance or stability capabilities of an object. For instance, 3DOF motion systems can be used to assess how a car maintains balance during turns or how an aircraft wing behaves in windy conditions.

Systems like SLINE typically come with custom software and control units. This software allows users to provide the desired input data and analyze the output data provided by the system. This enables users to customize tests and achieve the desired results.

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