|Project Summary||Project Information|
The embedded racing telemetry platform is an end to end system for data acquisition in a racing environment. The system will use a host of sensors and an onboard processor to log useful racing metrics during an event. This data is then made available to the user for review on a mobile platform.
Core telemetry takes on the following forms: GPS location, tire surface temperature, accelerometer readings, and timing analysis for lap times. In addition to these core functions a library of additional sensors will be available via auxiliary connectors.
It is the intent of this system to provide racers with a dynamic tuning environment, both for their driving practices and vehicles. By creating a modular and affordable system, a wide variety of vehicles may take advantage of the system, even those lacking an ECU. By conforming to industry standards in data transmission protocols, modernized cars can further extend the domain of information available.
Due to Intellectual Property constraints, the rest of the project details will be private here.
|Stephen Lucas||Lead Engineerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Jerry Kotas||EDGE Masteremail@example.com|
|Christopher Sweet||Team Liaisonfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Thomas Cenova||Team Leaderemail@example.com|
- Affordable embedded racing data acquisition and analysis
- Support wide range of sensors such as GPS location, tire temperature, and acceleration
- Export data using an SD card or over USB Analysis software for configuring sensors and viewing data
- Designed to withstand high temperatures of engine bay (up to 350F)
- Easy access to components, even while wearing gloves
- Standardized DIN rail mount
- Embedded STM32 ARM Cortex-M4 Microprocessor
- SD card reader for storage
- USB port for data retrieval
- 40-pin main connector for power and sensor hookup
- Embedded GPS Receiver and dedicated GPS antenna input
- Support for 12 analog inputs and 6 digital inputs
- Multiplatform application supported on Windows, Linux, and Mac
- Support for configuration of analog sensors, digital sensors, and CAN sensors
- Configure sensors through user friendly forms
- Continue development and expansion of features
- Validation in automotive racing environment
- Improving user experience
|Poster||Lightning Talk||Technical Paper|