EAST AURORA, N.Y. — Moog Inc. (NYSE: MOG.A and MOG.B ) announced that Ferrari has placed an order for the engineering, design, development and deployment of a next-generation driving simulator to be located at Ferrari’s headquarters in Maranello, Italy. The system includes a driving simulator featuring a customized motion control solution with combined motion mechanism, control loading system, complete software package, top platform and a dedicated operator workstation.
Marco Fainello, Head of the Car Performance and R&D Department for Scuderia Ferrari, stated, “The dynamic driving simulator is a new step for us in developing virtual tests that give drivers the true feel of a real environment and direct feedback on their actions. We have been impressed with Moog’s motion control expertise and their ability to make every detail of the mechanical design a key to improving overall system performance, as well as the comfort and security of our drivers. This dynamic driving simulator will support the new breed of tests we are planning to launch to support our future success.”
“It is a great opportunity for us to demonstrate our expertise in motion control and testing systems and develop a new breed of test system with our customer,” said Pim van den Dijssel, Market Manager for Test Systems at Moog in Europe. “Ferrari selected Moog to provide an integrated motion control and testing system designed to meet specific and demanding requirements such as: higher levels of fidelity, efficiency and longevity.”
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