LoxSim opens driving centre

LoxSim's new centre is located at Loxley's Bang Khen office. From left, LoxSim chief executive Wansit Chatikavanij; Asda Harinsuit, chairman of Shell Thailand and Loxley boss Suroj Lamsam.

Loxley Simulation Technology Co Ltd (LoxSim) has opened a truck driving simulator, the country's first driving simulation centre to meet European standards, paving the way for sustainable road safety initiatives.

Wansit Chatikavanij, the LoxSim chief executive, said LoxSim is using technology from AutoSim, a Norway-based driving simulation technology leader. LoxSim has been appointed AutoSim's exclusive reseller in Thailand and several Asean countries.

In the initial phase, the company invested more than 30 million baht into LoxSim Driving Simulation Centre, which is equipped with an advanced 6DOF (degrees of freedom) full-cabin driving simulator to be used for heavy vehicle training and intensive research and development (R&D) activities for road safety.

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