Getac provided BTCC with its own electronic vehicle inspection solution

Getac has worked closely with the British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) to digitize key race day operations, including safety and compliance checks, team communications and vehicle diagnostics, in the latest phase of its ongoing strategic technology partnership.

Getac has been working with BTCC for over three years and is now its official technology partner. For the 2022 season, Getac has provided BTCC with its own electronic vehicle inspection solution, which includes fully rugged UX10 tablets and Getac vehicle inspection software, to digitize the main technical verification processes that take place at each race. This solution has significantly improved transparency between teams and officials, while significantly reducing operation and decision-making times.

“Our partnership with Getac over the past three years has made us realize that paper-based processes no longer have a place in fast-paced racing environments,” said Alan Gow, Managing Director of BTCC. “With Getac’s digital solution, we can bring real-time control, visibility and efficiency to every aspect of our race day operations, ensuring spectators around the world get the fantastic spectacle they expect.” »

Getac’s solution delivers exceptional performance and reliability in managing operations for both race officials and teams.

“In competitive motorsports, the smallest detail can mean the difference between victory and defeat,” said Russell Younghusband, global automotive director at Getac. “We are proud to help the BTCC achieve its digital transformation goals through this partnership, putting a wealth of information at the fingertips of race officials and teams alike, and helping to deliver incredibly exciting racing across every BTCC site throughout the season. »

BTCC’s technical team uses Getac’s electronic vehicle inspection solution to digitally verify the safety and compliance of vehicles in competition, with the data immediately available to all parties involved. After each race is completed, officials can review trends in key data from the weekend and use this information to improve the experience for teams and drivers at future events.

Teams can also use Getac’s electronic vehicle inspection solution to record and review real-time race data, take and transmit photos and videos, and extract pre- and post-race diagnostic information directly from the cars. for performance analysis purposes. Additionally, teams can monitor engine and tire performance, using data provided by BTCC partners Cosworth and Goodyear, directly on their Getac solutions.

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