MHI Group developed Japan’s first car collision simulator, the G-simulator.
Previously collision simulation test data were collected by actually crashing expensive cars. Our G-simulator is a non-destructive test device using a computer-controlled electro-hydraulic servo, which provides highly precise tests and operation at low cost. Using this system allows research and development of seats, seat belts, airbags, doors, car interiors, etc., at low cost and short duration. The G-simulator consists of various components, including a control system, servo actuator, cart, rail system, hydraulic (oil) pressure provision system, etc.
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