add2 announces partnership with Warwick Racing
Published on 8th December 2017
Posted in in Partners and announcements
add2 are delighted to announce a sponsorship agreement with the Warwick Racing team, based at the University of Warwick.
The team will be sponsored by add2 throughout the 2017/18 season, and will be looking to design and build a single seat racing car to race at a number of Formula Student competitions around the world.
The team, comprised of students from all years and degree streams, will be using add2’s MICROGen to meet a range of control requirements.
MICROGen is an industry proven ECM (electronic control module) prototyping system. It can function as a Simulink programmable rapid control prototyping target for use during model-based design, a powerful gateway for communications and discreet I/O, or a configurable test interface.
The system will initially be deployed within the powertrain development team, providing a supervisory function to the powertrain and battery management systems. Specifically, the MICROGen will be sending torque data signals to an inverter, which in turn, controls engine torque output.
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More information on Warwick Racing is available here.
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