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How AMZ Racing Designed the Motor Controller to Achieve 0 to 100 km/h in 0.956 Seconds

For today’s blog post, Veer Alakshendra is excited to welcome Joel Flückiger and Lucas Gibson from the AMZ Racing Formula Student team. Joel and Lucas will be discussing the motor controller… 更多内容 >>

Virginia Tech AutoDrive Simulation Suite for Autonomous Vehicles

Introduction
The focus of this blog is to delve into Virginia Tech’s simulation team and show off how they leveraged MathWorks’ Simulink and MATLAB platforms to gain major insights into the… 更多内容 >>

MathWorks In Racing Technology!

Introduction
ASU Racing team is the current holder of the overall concept class engineering design award in Europe’s most established educational engineering competition: Formula Student UK. The… 更多内容 >>

Where Are They Now? – Graham Iles, Mercedes AMG HPP

Today we’re talking to Graham Iles, Systems Engineering Team Leader at Mercedes AMG High Performance Powertrains. He recently joined us at Formula Student UK, a competition he also took part in as a… 更多内容 >>

Where Are They Now? – “Frank” Chude Qian, General Motors

Today we’re talking to “Frank” Chude Qian from General Motors. As a student at the University of Toronto, Frank participated in the SAE AutoDrive Challenge, as the simulation/systems/safety lead and… 更多内容 >>

Developing Adaptive cruise control using Fuzzy Logic

Joining us today is Jared Diethorn from the West Virginia University EcoCAR Team. Jared and His team took an interesting approach to Adaptive cruise control in the EcoCAR Mobility challenge by using… 更多内容 >>

Path Planning for Formula Student Driverless Cars Using Delaunay Triangulation 5

In this blog, Veer Alakshendra will show how you can develop a basic path planning algorithm for Formula Student Driverless competitions. Before we get started, we just want to mention that you... 更多内容 >>

SAE AutoDrive II – Y1 MathWorks Simulation Challenge Winners

In this blog, Akshra will showcase the 1st and 3rd place winners of the MathWorks Simulation Challenge award for the SAE AutoDrive II Year 1 competition, and how they used MATLAB and Simulink to… 更多内容 >>

Requirements Verification and Validation for an Autonomous Driving Scenario

In today’s post, Akshra Ramakrishnan will talk about how to write functional requirements for a driving scenario made in Driving Scenario Designer, and write test cases to verify and validate these… 更多内容 >>

American Solar Challenge at MIT

In today’s post, Sam Reinsel joins us to talk about the MIT Solar Electric Vehicle team. Over to you, Sam..

Today’s blog is a follow up on a post I made last year on the American solar… 更多内容 >>

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