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Kistler Automotive


Since April 1, 2012 the former Corrsys-Datron Sensorsysteme GmbH operates under the name Kistler Automotive GmbH, Competence Center Wetzlar.

We provide integrated measurement solutions, from sensor technology through state-of-the-art signal conditioning to the corresponding configuration software. Our portfolio also includes individually manufactured components such as wheel rims and vehicle-specific adaptations, including the necessary mounting equipment enabling sensors to be fitted accurately to the test vehicle. Furthermore, we offer you a level of know-how, experience and commitment which is perfectly adapted to your tasks and goals.




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Vehicle Dynamics, Tire- and Durability Testing


Our test equipment for vehicle dynamics measurement is ideally complemented by Kistler wheel force transducers.

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Corrsys-Datron Sensors with Kistler Wheel
 
Kistler MSW Sensors


Universal measurement steering wheels for non-contact measurement of steering moment, steering angle and steering speed. Next generation Kistler MSW sensors perfectly meet the demands of modern automotive engineering. Reduced in size and weight, they offer higher dynamics and increased resolution without impairing steering wheel functions (airbag) and control elements.

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Kistler MSW Sensor
 
Kistler GPS Sensors


Compact travel sensors for measurement of distance, longitudinal speed and acceleration in vehicle driving dynamics tests. The high sampling rate of up to 100 Hz makes the sensors very dynamic, allowing for precise measurements in open areas independent of the track surface and mounting height.

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