PoliMOVE Dallara AV-21 Self-Driving Car World Speed Record
PoliMOVE’s autonomous self-driving car programmed by teams from Politecnico di Milano (Italy) and the University of Alabama (USA) has set a new land speed record. The Dallara AV-21 became the world’s fastest self driving car by hitting 192.2 mph / 309.3 kph at the famed Kennedy Space Center in Florida. This race car is a part of the Indy Autonomous Challenge (IAC), a company working to establish a hub for performance automation and advance the technology in automated vehicles



The ultimate goal for the IAC is to solve real world problems by advancing technology that will speed the commercialization of fully autonomous vehicles as well as deployments of advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS). They aim to push the limits for the entire autonomous community while helping to increase safety and performance, not just in motorsports, but across all modes of commercial transportation. The only thing left is deploying actual autonomous robocars on the streets for ride sharing services.

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PoliMOVE Dallara AV-21 Self-Driving Car World Speed Record

The Autonomous Challenge @ CES in January pushed our racecars to their limits and maxed out what was possible at the time. Yet here we are just four months later, in another iconic venue, with an upgraded engine package setting yet another world record,” said Paul Mitchell, president, Indy Autonomous Challenge.

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