Paradigm Engineering is a diverse student group from the Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador (MUN). The team includes three engineering sub-teams for electrical, software, and mechanical work. A team of students from various backgrounds has also been made to complete administrative tasks, digital design work, and media outreach.
We imagine, develop, create, and demonstrate autonomous racing vehicles to compete in various competitions. Our goal is to not only compete and win at these competitions but to push Newfoundland and MUN to the forefront of autonomous vehicle research.
The team will be heading to Indiana in May of 2024 to compete in the Purdue University evGrand Prix, hosted by the Autonomous Karting Series (AKS). The competition challenges teams to create a fully autonomous racing go-kart, capable of maneuvering an unseen course and racing around other vehicles, all without the aid of human control. The competition was started in 2009 at Purdue University, with the race being held annually at the University’s Grand Prix Track. The competition touches on the topics of machine learning, drive algorithms, electrical power distribution, PCB design, and mechanical design. A project like this provides an unparalleled experience to the team, shaping the future of the autonomous and robotics industries in this province.
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Autonomous Karting Series
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