Real-time assistance and historical analyses for drivers
Officially named the Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, this race is an annual invitational car and motorcycle hill climb to the top of Pikes Peak in Colorado, USA. Organized for the first time in 1916, the race is 19.99 kilometers (12.42 miles) long, features 156 tight corners and ascends to a staggering altitude of 4,302 meters (14,115 feet). There’s no question why it’s also called Race to the Clouds.
Designed and built from the ground up, the new Vertigo is equipped with extremely accurate sensors to measure performance and environmental metrics. Gillet turned to delaware to develop an SAP-driven, cloud-based platform capable of gathering, analyzing and visualizing vehicle data to paint a comprehensive picture of its performance.
“The visualizations assist the driver during qualifications, enabling him to make better decisions in real time on the track,” explains Bruno Mommens, emerging technologies business developer at delaware. “After qualifications, the data gathered can then be analyzed, comparing performance differences across multiple competition rounds on specific tracks, in specific conditions.”