The car will take part in the competition to lift the hill.
Siemens in honor of the 25th anniversary of the Festival of speed at Goodwood has built a drone on the basis of the classic Ford Mustang of the sample in 1965. The car will take part in the competition to lift the hill and you will pass the track in a fully Autonomous mode, using the technology developed in collaboration with the University of Cranfield.
For the preparation of “Mustang” in the rise of the hill to the Siemens experts had to completely redo the original steering and suspension components to adapt for a more precise handling. Also with the help of Bentley Systems was created three-dimensional map of the track, which will allow the most precise positioning of the machine during the race.
According to CEO of Siemens UK & Ireland J. Mayer, unmanned Mustang combines the past and the future in which Autonomous technology will find wider application.
While the Mustang is not the only Autonomous car will attempt to drive the track at Goodwood. The competition will also take part racing drone company Roborace.