Dokuz Eylül University
Daily event results
|Arrival time||Control stop||Kms from Darwin|
|Day 1||Oct 13 14:41:28||Katherine||321|
|Day 2||Oct 14 9:05:54||Daly Waters||588|
|Day 3||Oct 15 14:22:32||Barrow Creek||1209|
|Day 4||Oct 16 10:20:42||Alice Springs||1493|
|Day 5||Oct 17 11:51:54||Coober Pedy||2178|
|Day 6||Oct 18 15:26:43||Port Augusta||2720|
|Day 7||Oct 18 15:26:43||Port Augusta||2720|
|Day 8||Oct 18 15:26:43||Port Augusta||2720|
|Day 9||Oct 18 15:26:43||Port Augusta||2720|
How many times has your team participated in the event?
We have participated in the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge 2 times; in 2013 and 2015.
What is the design philosophy behind your solar car?
Team Solaris's design philosophy is designing and building a more efficient solar powered vehicle. It produces new solar cars every 2 years and every solar car produced is more efficient and appealing to the eye than the previous solar car.
What is unique about your solar car?
All electronic and mechanical systems are designed and produced by team members.
Why does your team value participating in the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge?
Because the best way to test solar powered vehicles is driving under the best solar irradiation and a long way. The BWSC provides those conditions to us.
What is the one thing your team is looking forward to when you visit Australia?
Best weather conditions for testing all technical systems.