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TESIS DYNAware is now TESIS

Following the re-organization of the TESIS group of companies, we are adopting the shortened name TESIS GmbH with immediate effect. As a solution provider for Technical Simulation Software, we will remain your expert partner for virtual road tests. With more than 25 years of experience, we will therefore continue our successful work and offer our customers sustainable solutions for simulation-aided development and validation of state-of-the-art vehicle control systems.

Dr. Cornelius Chucholowski, Executive Director of TESIS DYNAware, recalls the early days of the TESIS Group: “The first steps are always the hardest. The merger of three high-tech start-ups to form the TESIS Group in 1992 made the process a little easier for us. We were able to share administration costs and make use of synergies in development.” This concept quickly led to success, and a few years later the three subsidiary companies TESIS PLMware, TESIS SYSware, and TESIS DYNAware with their distinct business areas were founded. In the meantime, all of the TESIS subsidiaries have either gone their own way, thus making a re-organization of the TESIS Group necessary. TESIS DYNAware acquired its parent company TESIS and is now operating under the shortened name TESIS GmbH.

Settings for the future course at TESIS

Maximilian Chucholowski was appointed second chief executive director in 2015 and since then has been advancing the development of simulation software for virtual road tests in the direction of autonomous driving. Our worldwide customer base is involved in many different fields, including vehicle dynamics and energy management, engine and powertrain development, driver assistance systems, and autonomous driving. “In most cases, the simulation environment is required to be precisely custom-made to the application. At the same time, it is expected to be so flexible as to ensure smooth integration into existing tool landscapes. What is more, the controlled exchange of model and simulation data beyond departmental borders is becoming increasingly important,” says Maximilian Chucholowski, describing the typical challenges. "In this respect, we are in a very strong position with our  DYNA4 open and modular vehicle simulation environment together with our simulation experts from the engineering team.”

Our goals: Customer satisfaction and software quality

The certification according to ISO 9001:2015 was carried out in the record time of just four months and confirmed, that we are able to respond to customer requirements quickly, flexibly, and with the highest quality. "But we do not intend to rest on our laurels. As our customers systematically further develop their testing methods in virtual road tests, they constantly present us with new challenges. To meet these challenges, we already have a number of innovative solutions on our roadmap. The focus is on the development of driver assistance systems and functions for autonomous driving,” says Maximilian Chucholowski, giving a brief outlook on further developments.