Engineering students design self-driving car in 12 weeks
Ignition for project at WIT's applied robotics lab
After 12 weeks, the electronic engineering students had a Toyota Corolla safely finish a test drive on the institute’s Cork Road campus.
The students are part of the WIT study pathway that allows a student to get an honours degree in applied electronics without the prerequisite of higher level maths.
“One of the coolest sounds we have ever heard on a project was listening to the car increasing revs as it gets ready to...
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