During the seminar “Vehicle systems integration, testing and validation using simulation tools: applications to ADAS/AD systems”, Claudio Ricci explains to  us how ADAS control systems virtually tuned can shorten the physical testing on road and track (or, at least, reduce the number of physical prototypes to be created and then tested on the vehicle). Today, his presentation at Bologna University shows a new method to merge together the typical offline simulation with track data measurements and prevision of the expected performance of new components design done by a DiM150 dynamic driving simulator, like the one at Danisi Engineering.