The asc(s is a non-profit association for know-how carriers in the field of automotive simulation. Learn more

Providing Impulses

As an OEM or supplier you provide impulses for the research and development of new methods in the field of automotive simulation.

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Benefit from the high degree of innovation of renowned research institutes and high-tech companies.

Amplifying Impulses

As a research institute you take impulses from the industry and combine them with the latest achievements in your specialist area.

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This ensures that your basic research quickly finds its way into industrially useful applications.

Receiving Impulses

As a soft- or hardware manufacturer or engineering service provider you have valuable know-how for implementing simulation projects.

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Push interesting projects forward with your expertise and develop contacts within the industry and sciences.

The asc(s brings you - as a player in the field of virtual vehicle development - together with the right project partners.

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Workshops are an integral part of the asc(s culture. They are used to discuss new solutions for future challenges, to explore potentials and to agree on cooperations.


8th regular general meeting – asc(s announces a positive development for the year and elects a new board

May 25, 2016
At the 8th regular general meeting which took place in Leinfelden-Echterdingen on 12th May 2016, the network members and invited guests were notified of the development which took place during 2015 as well as the pending activities at asc(s. more...


May 25, 2016
The simpulseday NVH simulation and methodology which took place on 12 May 2016 enticed international experts from the field of Noise, Vibration and Harshness to the business park in Leinfelden-Echterdingen. more...

simpulseday Automotive lighting simulation and visualization
In cooperation with VDI SIMVEC
21 November 2016

May 25, 2016
The lighting technologies in the automotive field have made a rapid progress in recent decades. In the early 1990 halogen bulbs replaced conventional bulbs. more...