EuroBrake 2015 saw the introduction of the first Daimler Student Innovation Competition. Grand finalists came from around the world to present their vision of what brakes will look like in 2025, where three top prizes were awarded for Best Presentation, Best Design and Most Innovative Idea. The grand final also featured keynote speaker Tony Parraman of the BLOODHOUND Project, a global campaign that aims to break the 1000 mph World Land Speed record whilst showcasing the vitality of STEM subjects.
This year promises an exciting competition with the chance to win a trip to EuroBrake, and for the finalists, strong networking opportunities and Q&As with top level players in the automotive industry, as well as a special keynote speech by a renowned braking expert.
Click here to apply, the deadline for applications is 21st March.
If you have any queries please contact:
Education Officer, FISITA