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Technical Report from Team Urano representing Brazil at the Freescale Cup WW Finals
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Technical report from team USTB Smart Car from China (World Champion 2015)
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Technical report from team ARC Car1 from ARC Ingenerie (Switzerland) for the Freescale Cup WW Finals 2015 (rank 3).
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159 teams have registered into The Freescale Cup 2015 EMEA as of 17-Nov-2014 ( See attachment) Teams with team name starting with INNOV are Innovation Challenge teams Teams from countries where there is no Freescale Cup Qualification event organized are free to attend the location of their choice. Please contact Flavio Stiffan to ensure that your choice is taken into record.
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Technical report from Team Dragon Flame from Mexico prepared for The Freescale Cup WW Finals 2015
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Technical Report from team Swinburne from Malaysia (2nd at the Freescale Cup WW Finals 2015)
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The Freescale Cup Technical Report ESC Team, Korea
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The Freescale Cup technical report from team FasTech from University of Craiova (Romania) - EMEA Finalist 2015
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The Freescale Cup EMEA Technical report team MEM from University of Craiova (Romania) - EMEA finalist 2015
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This file contains a simple Simulink model based on the Mathworks platform support package to control a Freescale Cup car. The model is based on the center-line track, as it is intended for high school students approaching the competition. However, vision, steering and propulsion are isolated in dedicated subcomponents, and thus it should be quite easy to improve it and to adapt it to sidelines track.
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The Freescale Cup High School Challenge technical report from team Valasi from Stredni Skola informatiky, Elektrotechniky a Remesel Roznov (Czech Republic)
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Rochester Institute of Technology final report on the Freescale Cup.
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