|Technical Inspection progress and race results|
|Technical Inspection progress and race results (Student Application)|
|Procedures during Challenge / Race|
|Do not come to Tech Inspection until...|
|Quick Start Guide||Frequently Asked Questions|
|Pre Distribution Briefing & Distribution|
|ICE Overview||BE Overview||H2 Overview|
|Onboard Computer (OBC) Installation Instructions|
|POD||Joulemeter (JM2)||Liquid Flowmeter (LFM)||Relay|
|Backbone||Joulemeter (JM3)||Gasflow sensor (GFS)||OBC Battery|
The Telemetry System is a new addition to the range of technologies used during the Shell Eco-marathon. The system designed to measure, collect and transmit energy consumption, as well as location and speed data from Shell Eco-marathon vehicles to a dedicated cloud platform.
The energy, vehicle position and speed data measured by the Telemetry System is intended to help all of our teams improve their vehicle’s performance and their driving behaviour.
The Organisers will present this measured data, in real-time, to spectators in order to increase their enjoyment of the challenge while providing a greater range of live information.
The contents of this section are intended to help competing teams understand the specifications and roles of the main components of the Telemetry System. Teams are responsible for the installation of the Telemetry System hardware at the beginning of each event and the following pages act as a guide for this process and provide information to trouble shoot any potential problems.