IAC Team Breaks Autonomous Racing Records at Monza “Temple of Speed”
Imagine building an AI to drive your F1 race car at nearly 170 miles per hour! That’s what this team of enterprising young people did at the Monza “Temple of Speed” as part of the Milan Monza Motor Show (MIMO) at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza in Italy.
Autonomous vehicles are a rapidly growing sector of the automotive industry, and automated systems of all kinds are in high demand by Indiana’s advanced manufacturers.
The Indy Autonomous Challenge (IAC) organizes racing competitions among university affiliated teams from around the world to program fully autonomous racecars and compete in a series of history-making events at iconic tracks.
Based in Indiana, the IAC is working to establish a hub for performance automation in the state and is harnessing the power of innovative competitions to attract the best and the brightest minds from around the globe to further state-of the-art technology in safety and performance of automated vehicles. The IAC started as a $1 million prize competition.
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Indy Autonomous Challenge Sets Autonomous Speed Records at Monza “Temple of Speed”