A connected Vertigo
Indeed, delaware’s aim is to incorporate part of its hi-tech know-how in IoT (the Internet of Things) in the Vertigo. The racing car will, for example, be equipped with sensors for the exact indication of the tire pressure, engine temperature, vibration level, etc. This raw data will be converted into relevant information on the screens of the engineers of the Gillet team, via an infrastructure in the 'cloud'.
“delaware is going to harness all the potential of the 'cloud' and of the IoT to beef up the performance of the Vertigo. The nickname 'race to the clouds' is, therefore, more than fitting. For us, this ‘Pikes Peak’ is also a unique opportunity to excel, both in sport and technology,” said a clearly delighted partner of delaware, Vincent Lechien.
This partnership is also – and, above all, – the result of a shared passion for the car-making business. For almost 15 years now, delaware has amassed a unique expertise in implementing software solutions, expressly tailored to the needs of the car industry. The company is noted, you see, for its experience in installing SAP software and, in particular, of its FAST Automotive model that complies with the specific characteristics of the sector.