Revolve NTNU ranked second overall at Formula Student Germany 2018 with its electrical vehicle ATMOS. The competition consists of around 120 teams and 3700 students from all around the world and is the most prestigious and difficult engineering competition for students.
After receiving several awards in both Formula Student East in Hungary and Formula Student Austria, Revolve NTNU has now achieved podium position in the most prestigious competition. This is only possible by performing world class in all aspects, from design to execution, followed by thorough testing. From the beginning in 2010, Revolve NTNU has had enormous technological advancements, and for the first time we are able to prove that our students are some of the best in the world.
Our driverless car also received a lot of attention. During the last year, our team has been able to develop and implement an autonomous system on the electrical racing car we built in 2017. The race car was able to drive all by itself around the racing track. This car came 7th at Formula Student Germany, and the team also won the FSG Sportsmanship Award. The team is very excited about the results as they confirm that we are performing steadily at world standards both within the classical engineering fields and technology of the future.
“The team has really put in a lot of effort through the whole year, and it’s amazing to see the good results. We had not been able to do this without the help of NTNU, Bertel O. Steen, Kongsberg Gruppen, and all our other sponsors. I am so proud to be part of a team with world class engineers and I look forward to see what else we can achieve!”
– Cornelia Reme-Ness – Project Manager Team 2018
(c) FSG Maru
(c) FSG Rankin