About the Competition
F1TENTH is a competition hosted at various robotics conferences throughout the world, such as CPS-IoT Week. Teams compete to see who can write the best driving algorithm for a one-tenth scale racing vehicle. The mission is to foster interest, excitement, and critical thinking about the increasingly ubiquitous field of autonomous systems, and to encourage university students to explore a relatively new field of research.

F1TENTH competition consists of two main categories: a closed and an open competition. The closed competition restricts what hardware can be used for the car so that teams focus primarily on their software solution. In the open competition, teams have more flexibility in terms of what hardware, sensors, and motors they can use.
Ben Thomas

Russell Corbett

Nick Philpott

Matthew Jones

Jacob Gillis

Kate Williams

Michael Mallay

Daniel Dolomount

Sam Sheppard

Ayman Islam