The Driving Safety Research Institute (DSRI) has miniSims that we use for research purposes, but DSRI also produces and sells custom miniSims for customers around the world: over 80 are in use for academic and clinical research, applied R&D, driver training, and education.
The miniSim harnesses the technological sophistication of the National Advanced Driving Simulator (NADS-1 simulator) in a compact, customizable configuration, with one to three plasma displays. Three displays give a 180-degree field of view.
Haptic seat (D-Box motion system)
Includes scenarios with scenes from rural, highway, urban, suburban, and mountain areas with different types of roads and a variety of environmental conditions, including wet, dry, and snow-covered roads in daylight, dusk, and night-time driving conditions.