INDY AUTONOMOUS CHALLENGE

Ages:Undergraduate, Graduate

Types:Submission, Tournament, Performance, Presentation

Category:Automotive Engineering

Scope:International

Contact

Matt Peak
contact@indyautonomouschallenge.com

A $1.5 million university prize competition to win the world's first head-to-head, high-speed autonomous race at the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

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Program a modified Dallara IL-15 racecar to out-race and out-maneuver fellow innovators in the world's first head-to-head, high-speed autonomous race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Submit a five- to seven-page white paper describing the team and its members, its history with automation and plans for competing in the competition.

Website: https://www.indyautonomouschallenge.com/

Managing Organization: Energy Systems Network

Contact:
Matt Peak
contact@indyautonomouschallenge.com

Eligibility:
The Indy Autonomous Challenge is open to accredited, tax-exempt colleges and universities (including foreign institutions of higher education that are organized and operated in a manner consistent with requirements for exemption from federal income tax under the laws of the United States).

Registration Opens: November 5, 2019

Registration Closes: February 28, 2020

Overview

A $1.5 million university prize competition to win the world's first head-to-head, high-speed autonomous race at the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Process

Program a modified Dallara IL-15 racecar to out-race and out-maneuver fellow innovators in the world's first head-to-head, high-speed autonomous race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Criteria

Submit a five- to seven-page white paper describing the team and its members, its history with automation and plans for competing in the competition.

Participate

Website: https://www.indyautonomouschallenge.com/

Managing Organization: Energy Systems Network

Contact:
Matt Peak
contact@indyautonomouschallenge.com

Eligibility:
The Indy Autonomous Challenge is open to accredited, tax-exempt colleges and universities (including foreign institutions of higher education that are organized and operated in a manner consistent with requirements for exemption from federal income tax under the laws of the United States).

Deadlines

Registration Opens: November 5, 2019

Registration Closes: February 28, 2020