​Formula 1 racing: Sensors, data, speed, and the IoT

The CIO of Williams Martini Racing explains how the famous team instruments both cars and drivers in the quest of win.

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.zdnet.com

It’s a highly technical sport and the technology constantly evolves.

The world of Formula 1 racing is fascinating and so I invited the Chief Information Officer of Williams Martini Racing to be a guest on CXOTalk. Williams is one of the foremost names in Grand Prix racing and its CIO, Graeme Hackland, has worked in the sport for many years.   During the CXOTalk conversation, Graeme discusses the technology and infrastructure Williams uses to conduct it’s racing activities. Imagine a complete technology infrastructure that travels from track-to-track around the world, supporting the race cars and team.  Here is the entire video of that discussion (click through to view):

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