Devices are used to design, improve, and modify aspects of automobiles while using touchscreens and accessories.
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- The Renault team uses the portable and versatile Surface Pro, which allows teams in two different locations such as Enstone (England) and Viry-Châtillon (France), as well as the racing team, to coordinate and communicate in real time, delivering results quickly via Microsoft 365.
In Formula 1, single-seaters reach speeds of more than 350 km / h, but the amount of information generated in each race is also impressive, reaching up to 1 billion data every weekend. Under these conditions, there is no question that every millisecond counts.
Millions of data can be captured via the numerous sensors mounted on the car. However, humans are still a crucial point in conveying the sensations and behavior of the car to the engineers, which a sensor cannot yet. The best way to process this data and turn it into better experiences is through technology.
The Renault DP F1 Team uses Microsoft Surface to take teamwork, creativity and innovation on and off the track to a new level. Microsoft Surface devices are used to design, improve, and change aspects of automobiles, while touchscreens and accessories like the Surface Pen have helped simplify the design and production process in several areas. In addition to realizing what the team is up to.
The excellence and dedication of the Renault DP World F1 Team go beyond the moment of the race. What we see on TV and in cars is just the tip of the iceberg. Behind great races, driver and vehicle performances, the Renault DP World F1 Team works at an impressive pace to develop and manufacture innovations for its vehicles in order to achieve the best possible performance.
The key to success?
A highly skilled team of engineers and developers who use technology to make what they imagine. It’s a coordinated effort of a thousand people working around the world around the clock. So it is crucial to do this together.
The Renault team uses the portable and versatile Surface Pro, which allows teams in two different locations such as Enstone (England) and Viry-Châtillon (France), as well as the racing team, to coordinate and communicate in real time, delivering results quickly via Microsoft 365.
“I talk a lot with my engineers about what I feel on board the car and which direction we should go. You have to spend time with them so that they understand your language and your terms, ”says Daniel Ricciardo, Renault DP World F1 Team driver.
Successful collaboration and impressive results require constant dialogue between drivers and engineers, in which every piece of information is the key to understanding and improving vehicle performance and bringing innovative ideas to life. In every race, new things are tested on the latest car. Every member of each of the teams involved must trust the data they receive, analyze and interpret.