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DTM and Schaeffler Demo the Future of Driving With Electric Race Car Controlled Remotely via Riedel IP Mesh Network Posted: 30/09/2021
DTM and Schaeffler Demo the Future of Driving With Electric Race Car Controlled Remotely via Riedel IP Mesh Network

When the remarkable, 1200-horsepower, fully electric DTM Electric Demo Car took to the 4,326-meter-long Red Bull Ring in Spielberg, Austria, earlier this month, Riedel Communications' networking and communications technology enabled DTM Trophy champion Tim Heinemann to drive the car remotely using a state-of-the-art simulator 82 kilometers away. The race car completed a breathtaking driverless lap at speeds of up to 180 kph during the cutting-edge demonstration, the "DTM Electric Remote Run" presented by DTM and Schaeffler, prior to the Sunday race at the Red Bull Ring.

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