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Embedded computing and Formula One racing

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In countries around the globe, the high end of auto racing is epitomized by Formula One. F1 cars are marvels of high technology. Connected to an experimental transmission and placed in a body designed for its aerodynamic properties, F1's equipment requires constant innovation. To enable data gathering to measure the effects of these innovations, F1 cars (and their drivers) are some of the most heavily instrumented objects in the world. Indeed, you can view the cars as rolling sensor networks, constantly gathering and transmitting information about the car and driver to the rest of the racing team. This information lets the team constantly update its strategy for the current race and improve the car's design for future races.

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Pervasive Computing, IEEE  (Volume:4 ,  Issue: 3 )