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XPI Simulation's Driving Simulation Centre Featured in Fleet News

Posted on December 13, 2017

XPI Simulation's recently launched Driving Simulation Centre (DSC) was featured in Fleet News. The article highlighted the features and benefits of this new facility, which aims to introduce simulation to the driver training market. 

The article can be read here.

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XPI Simulation's Driving Simulation Centre Achieves RoSPA Approval

Posted on September 04, 2017

XPI Simulation's Driving Simulation Centre (DSC), a newly established facility providing simulator-based driver training, has received approval from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA). This accreditation signifies that the DSC courseware and the centre itself meets a stringent set of standards for the delivery of driver training in a safe, professional and effective manner.

The certificate confirming this accreditation can be found here.

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3xD Simulator Featured in The Guardian

Posted on August 03, 2016

The 3xD simulator at Warwick University has been featured in an article published by The Guardian examining the role of the system in autonomous vehicle research and development.

The article is available here.

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XPI Simulation Awarded Five-Year £20m Contract by General Dynamics

Posted on December 01, 2014

XPI Simulation will provide 28 high-fidelity complex driver simulators – a mixture of static and full-motion simulators – for training drivers on all six variants of SCOUT SV. The programme will be the first of its kind in the UK; use of the ‘six degrees of freedom’ simulator has not previously been used within the British Army Land environment.

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XPI Simulation-Led Team Awarded Dstl Contract to Improve Defence Simulation

Posted on November 05, 2014

A team lead by XPI Simulation has been awarded a £3.6m contract by the UK's Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) as part of the Synthetic Environments (SE) Tower of Excellence. The four-year ‘Simulation Composition and Representation of natural and physical Environments’ (SCORE) project also involves QinetiQ, Cranfield University and Thales UK as core partners.

An official press release announcing the contract award can be found here.