Roborace Chief Strategy Officer Bryn Balcombe and the Technical University of Munich discuss their collaboration on a pilot project which has given TUM the opportunity to use the Roborace platform to test and develop their autonomous software. TUM have had access to Roborace's simulated and real environments, in order to help progress their self driving algorithms with the goal of being able to run one of Roborace's DevBot vehicles at the Formula E event in Berlin. The talk will discuss how the collaboration works, the successes and learnings, and how the platform will be available for more organisations to use in the future.
Roborace is the world''s first driverless electric racing series providing an extreme motorsport and entertainment platform for the future of road relevant technologies. This session will explore how the platform will help teams to develop level 5 autonomous software that will one day make it to our roads by pushing it to the limits in extreme yet safe environments around the world.
Self-driving technology meets motorsport with the Roborace series. Learn how the tech is making its way onto the track, experience exciting milestones achieved and discover what to expect in the near future. This session will cover relevant AI technologies in the Robocar and highlight how software is defining the future of the auto industry and motor racing.