Ben Cazzolato (University of Adelaide),
University of Adelaide, Australia
|dSPACE Magazine 2/2011, Dec 2011|
Students and researchers in the School of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Adelaide have developed a so-called diwheel that allows a driver to travel in a conventional upright position and, for the more adventurous, in an upside down position. A dSPACE MicroAutoBox was used as the development and control platform.
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