ITU Racing was founded in 2007 with the aim of participating in international Formula Student student competitions. The Formula team within ITU Racing participates in Formula Student competitions held in various parts of the world with the vehicles it designs every year.
The team, consisting of students from different engineering disciplines, has produced a total of five Formula Student vehicles, including three internal combustion, one electric-autonomous, and one electric vehicle.
Our vision is to be recognized among the prestigious teams known for innovation, competitiveness, and capabilities among Formula Student Teams worldwide, representing our country and our university in the best possible way.
Our mission is to provide a continuous environment where engineering candidates interested in evolving and changing automotive technologies can demonstrate their talents. In this regard, creating a sustainable team environment is essential.
Responsible for the design and production of the team's wheel assembly, brake system, steering system, and the kinematic and dynamic design of the vehicle's suspension.
Responsible for the design and production of the system that transmits the power from the engine to the drive wheels.
Responsible for the design, modeling, analysis, and production of the "chassis," which is the main body onto which all the vehicle's parts are assembled.
Focuses on the interaction between the vehicle and airflow during motion, aiming to increase the vehicle's stability and maximum speed. Also provides support to the electronics team in controlling airflow for battery cooling.
Responsible for the design and production of the vehicle's high-voltage battery pack and its connection to the motor controller and motor.
Responsible for the design and production of all electronic circuits on the vehicle.
Responsible for controlling the vehicle, processing telemetry data, and developing autonomous software.
Organizes PR activities to increase the team's visibility. Also manages our social media accounts.
Responsible for the team's graphic design, drawings, models, and animations.
Develops a business plan involving the vehicle and presents it to Formula Student juries through financial data. Prepares reports presenting all the costs generated during the vehicle's development process.
Coordinates collaboration agreements with companies to cover R&D and production costs. Manages contract processes and legal procedures. Additionally, coordinates sponsorship or procurement processes for necessary raw materials and supplies for production. Also handles budget reporting.
Teknofest Unmanned Ground Vehicle Competition - 1st Place
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