Erciyes University (ERU) Faculty of Engineering Social Technology Club (ETOTEK) students, unmanned electric cars developed. Students, Erciyes Autonomous vehicle called 17-22 September 2019 between the dates Istanbul Ataturk Airport will be held in the second Teknofest event will compete.
ETOTEK Club students and Team Coordinator Computer Engineering in front of ERÜ Rectorate Building. Lecturer. Fehim Köylü, the autonomous vehicle they developed, Rector Prof. Dr. Introduced to Mustafa Çalış. Lecturer. Member Fehim Köylü stated that they have been working for about 10 months and received the first fruit of their work by being chosen first by Teknofest in the critical design report (KTR). Announced last week and the vehicle is technically in Turkey between the 22 participating teams from other universities and they have reported in KTRI algorithm capabilities with 87 points, explaining that the first Dr. Lecturer. Fehim Köylü, a member, said that they are proud to have achieved such a success at Erciyes University. Lecturer. “Our car has state-of-the-art artificial intelligence and autonomous algorithms. Within the scope of Teknofest, it will move completely according to the traffic signs and lights on the track and will park and finish the race. The shell, chassis, electrical system, electronic designs and artificial intelligence programs of the vehicle were produced completely locally. Our university team of 20 students, consisting of undergraduate, graduate and doctorate engineers, produced with day and night work. With a light body and a stylish design, the car moves automatically with an electric motor. It includes all of the artificial intelligence methods in today's high-end cars such as cruise control system, lane tracking system, obstacle detection system, traffic pointer recognition system, automatic parking system. I would like to thank our Rector and Vice Rectors for their support of all kinds of material and spiritual support by following the project closely. ” Dr. Murat Borlu and Prof. Dr. Rector Prof. Dr. Mehmet Sıdkı İlkay, who examined the autonomous vehicle. Dr. Mustafa Çalış thanked ETOTEK team students and team coordinator for the autonomous vehicle they developed.