Formula Student racing team uses ROS 2 Galactic to build their first driverless car

Every year, 600+ teams from around the world put their skills to the test on the world stage in the Formula Student competition :racing_car:

We sat down with Bernardo Taveira and Kilian Frietag of the Chalmers University of Technology to talk about developing Hilbert, the first driverless car in their team’s history, for this summer’s competitions.

Bernardo and Kilian used a LiDAR sensor, an Intel i9 CPU, & a ROS 2 Galactic stack to equip Hilbert for the track.

Check out the full blog post below to learn more about the unique challenges their team faced, as they iterate on their first autonomous vehicle ever for the 2022 season:


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