Introducing Safe, Green and Smart Mobility
Reliable and proven technology
The power of optimal occupant safety lies within integration between active and passive safety systems
By introducing crash simulation at the very earliest stage of the design leading OEM's are able to make more robust, cost effective safety systems decisions
Dreaming of a self-driving car, driverless car, autonomous vehicle, smart vehicle, intelligent vehicle or connected vehicle? The future of autonomous driving, automated driving, connected driving or cooperative driving is very near. TASS International believes developing and validating automated driving systems should be done by using a combination of simulation, laboratory experiments and real-world testing.
The mobility, safety and environmental benefits gained from cooperative systems are enormous.
Integrated or global chassis control aims to enhance driving stability, safety and comfort under all driving conditions
Vulnerable Road Users
How manufacturers influence their designs to increase safety for these road users
Certification Safety Products
To ensure safety in traffic, it is important that safety products meet stringent quality and legislative standards
- Truck platooning scenarios demonstrated by TASS International at IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium
- GCDC-winning team Halmstad University acclaims its use of PreScan software for testing Automated Driving scenarios
- Best Technical Paper Award won by TASS International at ITS European Congress 2016 in Glasgow