BOSCH DRIVERLESS: how to design a self-driving prototype
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In the heart of the Italian Motor Valley, a team of engineering students are dealing with a big challenge: to build up from scratch, a self-driving prototype vehicle that is able to race in FORMULA SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers). An ambitious technical project which started more than a year ago, carried out with responsibility, teamwork and great effort. From the university classroom to the racing track, this is an enthusiastic story, full of passion and obstacles to overcome, including the global pandemic. Will our team succeed? Follow us in the up coming weeks on "DRIVERLESS", a web-series consisting of six episodes produced by Bosch Group in Italy in collaboration with the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia - UNIMORE.
Before we start this journey and discover the project that involves the students of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, we should bear in mind that ingenuity, talent and commitment alone are not enough to compete with other academic giants at international level.
The MMR Driverless team of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia is working to create a self-driving prototype for Formula SAE, a competition in which teams of students from major international universities are called to design, develop and fine-tune single-seater racing prototypes that comply with certain regulations.
We continue our journey together with the students from the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, who are developing a self-driving prototype for Formula SAE, a championship in which the world's most prestigious academic institutes compete in designing, constructing and putting on track single-seater racing cars built in line with specific technical regulations.
We are at the penultimate stage of this journey in which we want to tell you all about the adventure of the students from the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia. They are working on a prototype for the Formula SAE, a championship in which the main and most prestigious academic institutes in the world compete with single-seater racing cars built ad hoc by the students.
Here we are with the last episode of the webseries DRIVERLESS powered by Bosch, which recounts the adventure of the students of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia in the creation of an autonomous driving prototype destined to compete in the Formula SAE championship.
Let's get to know the protagonists of the Bosch web series "DRIVERLESS". Here's how students from the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia created an autonomous driving prototype suitable for competing in the Formula SAE championship.