Improving performance with Project Blyth

March 24, 2017, 10:27 a.m.

This week a primary school in Hull has been exploring Connected Hull sensor nodes, as a testbed project, to look at impacting on the performance of their team car.

They're taking part in Project Blyth and will race their car on Sunday 16th July.

Initial discussions around GPS, speed, vibration and temperature data have triggered thoughts about exploring an accelerometer and brake temperature on their Goblin car. They're an ambitious team, so watch out for projects around sensing resistance and using data about forces.


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