2017 New York Auto Show | Dodge Demon Dueling Simulators

The Dodge Demon is just one of those cars. In production car standards, it is the highest horsepower of any car, the world’s fastest quarter mile car, world’s fastest acceleration, world’s first wheelie and the highest g-force. Sigma Integrale has been tasked with selling this experience to an audience in the form of a series of drag Read More


News | Jalopnik’s Michael Roselli drives the Peterbilt 579 truck simulator

“I Ripped Down The Vegas Strip GTA-Style In A Peterbilt Without Getting Arrested“ Each year, CES in Las Vegas is filled with a bunch of unnecessary tech—skinny televisions, smart refrigerators and that doesn’t include the really sad booths. But there was one demo that finally struck me not as something I wanted, but something I Read More


CES 2017 | Peterbilt 579 Class 8 Mobile Truck Simulator

CES2017 was a great success for Sigma Integrale. Sigma displayed two technologies at the show. A full motion Chevy Cruze real car simulator virtualized on the Nurburgring as a Chevrolet Cruze Racecar with working gauges, actual vehicle controls, realistic motion and display. Also on display was a bolt on Peterbilt 579 real truck simulator. The truck Read More

DEF CON® Hacking Conference

DEF CON Hacking Conference | Dodge Challenger Simulator

Hackers, corporate IT professionals, and three letter government agencies all converge on Las Vegas every summer to absorb cutting edge hacking research. Sigma Integrale was there with the Bondurant Hellcat Full Motion simulator to show how we can control the gauges, pedals, steering and other car controls via the CANBUS system. Cars today have become increasingly Read More


Technology Development | Bolt-On Full Motion Solution

Sigma Integrale is happy to announce the development of the worlds first bolt-on full motion solution to convert real vehicles into full motions simulators. Previously our technology required extensive and permanent modification of the chassis, sub frame and/or suspension parts. Our new bolt-on technology only requires the removal of the engine and some suspension components Read More