After the overwhelming positive feedback from last year, the 2019 MIA Spring School of Race Engineering will again feature an interactive simulator session - but this time for an entire day!
Simulator technology has advanced hugely over the last ten years, resulting in improved accuracy, reliability and reduced latency. This means that simulators are no longer just for driver training and are now utilised as an engineering tool for defining the optimum car-setup. Therefore, simulator sessions now take up a large chunk of a Race Engineer’s weekly schedule and being able to run one effectively is an essential part of being a Race Engineer.
The MIA School of Race Engineering gives students the opportunity to not only learn about how a professional simulator works but actually practise being a race engineer. One full day of the course will be based at Cranfield Simulation, where students will assist a renowned Race Engineer to run a full day’s simulator session with a professional race driver. This will give students an exclusive insight into how a simulator session works as well as invaluable practical experience of running one themselves – a must have for the CV of any Race Engineer!
Cranfield Simulation has spent over 30 years developing unique g-cueing technology for Formula 1. This, together with up to four modules of motion technology allows Cranfield’s Simulator to respond almost instantaneously to driver inputs; achieving a realistic driving environment which is essential for driver development and car setup. Cranfield Simulation are one of the most successful simulator companies in the UK and are therefore the perfect company to partner the 2019 MIA School of Race Engineering.
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