Are you and your team building or looking at developing an electric or hybrid vehicle for the Formula Student competition?
Join this detailed tutorial with Hypermotive to understand all the key points you need to consider when designing, building and testing an electric vehicle and get ready for the competition, covering:
- What is stored energy?
- What is a hazardous voltage?
- Design considerations for safety
- Best practice for team roles, working practices, response planning and much more
- Considerations for PPE, both for EV and COVID19, and recovery equipment
- How to effectively identify, quantify and overcome the risks and hazards involved
Previous Attendees include:
- Cardiff Racing - Cardiff University
- UH Racing - University of Hertfordshire
- Brunel Racing - Brunel University
- X Racing - University of Exeter
- LJMU E-Racing - Liverpool John Moores University
- Lancaster E-Racing - University of Lancaster
- Team SURTES - University of Surrey
- Hull EV Racing - University of Hull
How to book:
Online: you can book and pay for the course using a credit/debit card via this website.
Email: contact our Event Enquiries team for a booking form, which can be paid for via debit/credit card or invoice.
Hypermotive Ltd have been involved with Formula Student for nearly four years, having initially engaged to support the development of the ADS_DV for the Formula Student Autonomous series, and more recently to support in the management of EV safety onsite at the race events.
Hypermotive Ltd design, supply, manufacture and integrate electrical systems and e-Mobility solutions for the automotive, motorsport, off-highway, aerospace and marine sectors, including the design and build of battery, supercapacitor, and fuel cell systems.
Operating across three business divisions:
- Battery Electric Vehicle Systems
- Fuel Cell Systems
- Wiring Systems
Our capabilities include electrical/electronics design, software/controls, LV/HV harnessing and tier 1 low-medium volume manufacturing.
Our own internal product developments include intelligent high-voltage power distribution (iPDUs), battery management systems (BMS), battery test systems and bespoke high voltage vehicle and test systems.