10 May 2013
The Armored Group (TAG) and Dana have jointly developed a new active ride control system for use on armored civilian, commercial and government vehicles.
The TAG/Dana Active Ride Control System (ARCS) replaces a vehicle’s standard passive shock absorbers with an electronically controlled active damping system (utilizing one of Dana’s OpenECU controllers) , which improves vehicle stability and ride comfort over a wide range of terrains and vehicle speeds.
Currently the TAG/Dana ARCS system is available as an installed option on TAG-built armored Chevrolet Suburban and Tahoe, the GMC Yukon and Cadillac Escalade. Several other similar vehicle types have ARCS packages currently in development. Systems for larger heavy-duty Military and Law Enforcement vehicles are also planned.
Further details available through this press release: http://www.pr-inside.com/the-armored-group-and-OpenECU-r3660560.htm
Dana LLC has been in the United States since 1990. The OpenECU product family (Model-Based development Software Platform) is Dana’s signature product family and by 2019 there were more than 40,000 OpenECU based ECUs on the road in production vehicle applications.
Information about Dana and its products in the USA is available to journalists online at https://openecu.com.