GT Academy are filming this week and four of their cars contain Pilot™ devices for biometric and vital signs data collection. Just like at Le Mans earlier this year, the data is fed directly into the cars' ECUs and transmitted back to the Nismo Juke Ride. GT Academy is really an amazing project: to see these one-time-gamers turn to the track and actually out-perform veteran racers is surely proof enough but to see two GT Academy graduates (Lucas Ordoñez and Jann Mardenborough) get on the Le Mans LMP2 podium (not forgetting Michael Krumm, of course) is amazing. We're glad to be a tiny part of it.
The performance of our technology on "one of the Le Mans cars" was reported by the customer as "All perfect". From first meeting, through design and production to the device racing around Le Mans took 38 calendar days; we have to say it was only possible thanks to our existing library of hardware and software.
Yellowcog start working with GrowthAccelerator today. Rather than re-describe what they do I will quote from their site:
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