Be a leader in autonomous travel by designing and building a rally car that is capable of racing against other rally cars, independent of any human input. It will require a substantial understanding of material properties, mechanical structures, manufacturing methods, electronic circuits, motors, aerodynamics and programming. This is all to ensure that the rally car you build will perform well in terms of speed, handling, durability in case of collisions and also be intelligent enough to manoeuvre around the course and competitors.
Teams will also be required to have a broad understanding of manufacturing techniques for all the components of the car. They will have to consider the pros and cons to certain manufacturing methods and how they relate to the material from which the parts will be manufactured from.
Each team must have a minimum of 5 members or a maximum of 15.
Our price plans are designed to cater for all groups entering the competition. Although we do offer a machining service with the INTERMEDIATE PACK and the PRO PACK, we would greatly encourage that applicants use either, in school machining equipment or personal equipment. Teams using their own equipment would provide teams with an in-depth knowledge of how the projects were manufactured. This is a requirement for all SYNDIC8 competitions & events. Sponsorship from machining companies could also include use of their equipment if applicable; but teams must understand the machining process.
We are a non-profit organisation and all the funds we receive go into ensuring these events are held to the highest of standards. Any additional funds are poured back into the SYNDIC8 programme to further provide this service to more dedicated applicants around the world.
1 x Team Registration for upto 15 students