MIT Driverless
  • At Formula Student Italy where the team placed second overall.
    At Formula Student Italy where the team placed second overall.

MIT Driverless is a team of MIT students competing in the new autonomous vehicle racing event, Formula Student Driverless (FSD). FSD is a new addition to Formula Student Germany, a competition with over 35 years of history in which students design, build, test, and race electric and combustion cars.

Students from MIT Driverless are collaborating with students from Formula Student Team Delft, based in the Netherlands to build the first-in-the-US driverless electric vehicle. While Delft students will provide the hardware platform capable of 3.5g turns and 0-60 mph acceleration in 2.2s, MIT Driverless students will accelerate the progress of software development and provide access to leading-edge academic research.

This past July 2019, the team competed in the Formula SAE Italy placing second overall and winning first place in design. Next competition to take place in August in Germany.

MIT Driverless At a glance

Number of Members:

35 members in 2018-2019
Team leaders: 
  • Luke Kulik
  • Skanda Koppula
  • Andrew Foster
Year began: 
2018
Advisors: 
Sertac Karaman
Luca Carlone
Robert Shin
Location: 
N52-318
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