In a recent announcement, renowned German software company measX unveiled significant revisions to its esteemed product lineup, which includes the X-Crash, X-Zero, and X-Crash ATD tools. These tools are widely recognized for their vital role in evaluating passive safety systems and dummy calibration. The latest updates bring forth an impressive array of enhancements, encompassing approximately 60 new evaluations and an additional 200 extended evaluations. With these revisions, measX aims to further strengthen its position as a leading provider of cutting-edge solutions in the field of safety system analysis and calibration. These updates are expected to empower automotive manufacturers and safety researchers in optimizing their passive safety measures and ensuring optimal performance.
In a significant portfolio update, the C-IASI NCAP test, which holds immense importance for the Chinese market, has been incorporated by measX, a renowned software company. With the inclusion of this test, the company’s flagship product, X-Crash, offers a comprehensive solution for evaluating individual crash tests across multiple standards, including the NHTSA’s. This enables easy identification of differences and similarities between various testing protocols, allowing automotive manufacturers and safety researchers to streamline their assessment processes, particularly in the context of the Chinese market. Notably, the latest enhancements in the form of web-enabled evaluations further enhance the efficiency and validation of the evaluation process, saving valuable time for industry professionals. measX’s commitment to providing state-of-the-art tools and technologies underscores its dedication to meeting the evolving needs of the automotive safety industry.
“As usual, this version brings extensive new features and also support for new revisions of standards,” said Klaas Ebel, director of vehicle safety at measX. “Our customers like to use the possibility to compare different revisions or standards with each other. In this way, new standards are also comprehensively validated. Confidence in new standards is thus quickly established in view of the rapid pace of development – invaluable when it comes to safety.”