Formula 1 can be seen as the pinnacle of the automotive industry. Revolutionary technologies, developed by their top-engineers, are the source of inspiration for everyday road cars.
Formula Student Team Delft can be seen as the little sister variant, a dreamteam made up of aspiring engineers with various disciplines, all working together to build the fastest student car, year after year. Currently, we are working on the DUT22: an electronic race car win extraordinary acceleration and cornering capabilities. This year, we aim to with the biggest formula student competition in the world; FSG. It is quite the challenge, the last time we did was with the DUT15…
We have been collaborating with Eurocircuits for years now. In order to help us win FSG, they provide us with our most valuable PCBs, which are the organs of our electronic system. This year, we even take it a step further by implementing an autonomous system, for which we need an autonomous system brake PCB, the ASB. This makes that in case of emergency, the car will not continue driving into the wall.
Next to the new ASB, we are also going to impelement more familiar PCBs. To name a couple of examples, we will again implement: