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Vehicle Dynamics Integrated Management (VDIM) is an integrated vehicle handling and software control system developed by Toyota. It involves an omnibus computer linkage of traction control, electronic stability control, electronic steering, and other systems, with the intent of improving responsiveness to driver input, performance, and overall safety. The system was first introduced in the Japanese domestic market in July 2004, when Toyota debuted VDIM on the Toyota Crown Majesta. This was followed by the VDIM's export debut on the third generation Lexus GS, which was launched in 2005. VDIM integrates the company's Electronically Controlled Brake (ECB), Anti-Lock Brakes (ABS), Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD), Traction Control (TRC) and Vehicle Stability Control (VSC) active safety

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  • Administrador Dinámico del Vehículo (VDIM - por sus siglas en inglés) es un sistema de control integrado manejado por un software desarrollado por Toyota. Este sistema involucra una computadora general enlazada al control de tracción, control de estabilidad electrónica, dirección electrónica entre otros sistemas, tratando de reducir las responsabilidades del conductor y la mejora de la seguridad. El sistema fue introducido por primera vez en el Mercado interno Japonés en julio del 2004, cuando Toyota debutó con el VDIM en el Toyota Crown Majesta. Apareciendo los VDIM's en el Lexus GS de cuarta generación, lanzado en el 2005. La compañía del VDIM trabaja en conjunto con Frenos Controlados Electrónicamente (ECB), Frenos Antibloqueo (ABS), Distribución Electrónica de Fuerza de frenado (EBD), Control de Tracción(TRC) y Control de Estabilidad (VSC), los sistemas activos de seguridad trabajan con: Suspensión Adaptable Variable (AVS), Dirección de la Energía Eléctrica (EPS) y la Dirección Variable del radio del engranaje (VGRS). Estos sistemas donde anteriormente trabajaban individualmente ahora trabajan bajo este software. De esta forma todos los sistemas trabajan en conjunto denominados como ECU siendo el más importante y la prioridad de los sistemas. El VDIM fue diseñado inicialmente para los autos de tracción trasera. (es)
  • Manajemen Kedinamisan Kendaraan Terintegrasi (Inggris:Vehicle Dynamics Integrated Management (VDIM)) adalah sebuah sistem pengendalian dan kontrol perangkat lunak pada kendaraan yang dikembangkan oleh Toyota. Termasuk di dalamnya merupakan gabungan dari sistem kontrol traksi, Kontrol Stabilitas Elektronik, kemudi elektronik, dan sistem lainnya, yang berguna untuk meningkatkan tingkat respon kendaraan, performa, dan keamanan.. Sistem ini diperkenalkan pertama kali untuk pasar domestik Jepang bulan Juli 2004 di . Lalu setelah itu juga dipakai di generasi ketiga Lexus GS tahun 2005. Teknologi ini didesain untuk mobil dengan penggerak roda belakang. Teknologi ini menyempurnakan teknologi Toyota sebelumnya, yaitu Vehicle Stability Control (VSC), yang sudah dipakai sejak 1995. Selama ini, teknologi VSC hanya bekerja setelah dideteksi adanya slip, tetapi VDIM bekerja untuk mencegah slip. Perbedaan lainnya dengan VSC adalah VDIM juga mengkalibrasi input kemudi sesuai dengan kecepatan kendaraan, sehingga bisa meningkatkan kualitas berkendara. (in)
  • VDIM(Vehicle Dynamics Integrated Management)とは、トヨタ自動車が開発した「統合車両姿勢安定制御システム」である。 (ja)
  • Vehicle Dynamics Integrated Management (VDIM) is an integrated vehicle handling and software control system developed by Toyota. It involves an omnibus computer linkage of traction control, electronic stability control, electronic steering, and other systems, with the intent of improving responsiveness to driver input, performance, and overall safety. The system was first introduced in the Japanese domestic market in July 2004, when Toyota debuted VDIM on the Toyota Crown Majesta. This was followed by the VDIM's export debut on the third generation Lexus GS, which was launched in 2005. VDIM integrates the company's Electronically Controlled Brake (ECB), Anti-Lock Brakes (ABS), Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD), Traction Control (TRC) and Vehicle Stability Control (VSC) active safety systems with the Adaptive Variable Suspension (AVS), Electric Power Steering (EPS) and Variable Gear Ratio Steering (VGRS) systems which previously worked independently using proprietary software. This way all the systems function together rather than the ECU prioritizing which is the most important. VDIM was initially designed for rear-wheel drive cars. VDIM's capabilities expand upon Toyota's stand-alone Vehicle Stability Control (VSC) system which was introduced in 1995; VSC remains the baseline electronic stability control system used by the company. VSC by definition does not intervene until after a skid is detected, while VDIM takes measures to prevent skids, slides, or wheel spins rather than just take action after tire slippage has occurred. This is done by constantly making corrections in a subtle manner that are transparent to the driver. In further contrast with VSC, VDIM can also calibrate driver steering input according to vehicle speed, with active steering and throttle adjustments to improve ride quality and directional control during performance driving, such as in slalom courses. With the EPS system VDIM instantly varies the amount of power steering assist depending on driving conditions. In vehicles equipped with Variable Gear Ratio Steering (VGRS), VDIM also manages steering gear ratios to help the driver maintain control. Initially, the system was only offered on vehicles equipped with Electronically Controlled Brake (ECB), but this is no longer required. We drove a Highlander equipped with Toyota's standard stability control system. When running through a loose dirt course, it kept us pointed in the right direction. At the same time, it felt intrusive and somewhat herky-jerky as it did its magic to keep us in line.But then we drove a Highlander Hybrid, which has the new VDIM system, through the same slalom. The new system made the old one feel crude by comparison. The VDIM was virtually invisible in operation, making it seem as if the Highlander Hybrid was guided by the hand of God. — John DiPietro, Edmunds.com (en)
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  • VDIM(Vehicle Dynamics Integrated Management)とは、トヨタ自動車が開発した「統合車両姿勢安定制御システム」である。 (ja)
  • Administrador Dinámico del Vehículo (VDIM - por sus siglas en inglés) es un sistema de control integrado manejado por un software desarrollado por Toyota. Este sistema involucra una computadora general enlazada al control de tracción, control de estabilidad electrónica, dirección electrónica entre otros sistemas, tratando de reducir las responsabilidades del conductor y la mejora de la seguridad. El sistema fue introducido por primera vez en el Mercado interno Japonés en julio del 2004, cuando Toyota debutó con el VDIM en el Toyota Crown Majesta. Apareciendo los VDIM's en el Lexus GS de cuarta generación, lanzado en el 2005. La compañía del VDIM trabaja en conjunto con Frenos Controlados Electrónicamente (ECB), Frenos Antibloqueo (ABS), Distribución Electrónica de Fuerza de frenado (EBD), (es)
  • Manajemen Kedinamisan Kendaraan Terintegrasi (Inggris:Vehicle Dynamics Integrated Management (VDIM)) adalah sebuah sistem pengendalian dan kontrol perangkat lunak pada kendaraan yang dikembangkan oleh Toyota. Termasuk di dalamnya merupakan gabungan dari sistem kontrol traksi, Kontrol Stabilitas Elektronik, kemudi elektronik, dan sistem lainnya, yang berguna untuk meningkatkan tingkat respon kendaraan, performa, dan keamanan.. Sistem ini diperkenalkan pertama kali untuk pasar domestik Jepang bulan Juli 2004 di . Lalu setelah itu juga dipakai di generasi ketiga Lexus GS tahun 2005. Teknologi ini didesain untuk mobil dengan penggerak roda belakang. (in)
  • Vehicle Dynamics Integrated Management (VDIM) is an integrated vehicle handling and software control system developed by Toyota. It involves an omnibus computer linkage of traction control, electronic stability control, electronic steering, and other systems, with the intent of improving responsiveness to driver input, performance, and overall safety. The system was first introduced in the Japanese domestic market in July 2004, when Toyota debuted VDIM on the Toyota Crown Majesta. This was followed by the VDIM's export debut on the third generation Lexus GS, which was launched in 2005. VDIM integrates the company's Electronically Controlled Brake (ECB), Anti-Lock Brakes (ABS), Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD), Traction Control (TRC) and Vehicle Stability Control (VSC) active safety (en)
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  • Administrador integrado de la dinámica vehicular (es)
  • Manajemen Kedinamisan Kendaraan Terintegrasi (in)
  • VDIM (ja)
  • Vehicle Dynamics Integrated Management (en)
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