TeamViewer is More Than Another Logo on the Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula One Car

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By Michael Larner | 4Q 2021 | IN-6311


In F1 Fractions of Seconds Matter


Formula 1 is the pinnacle of engineering and the ultimate use case for technology solutions to support the racing teams who leave nothing to chance with pole position and starting positions on the grid decided by fractions of seconds. The competitive dynamics mean there is no margin for error or complacency; people, engineering components, and technology providers need to be at peak performance every single race weekend, 22 times a year.

Team Principal of Mercedes AMG-Petronas Formula One Team, Toto Wolff describes Formula 1 as the fastest laboratory in the world. Sensors on the cars provide Team Managers and Race Engineers with real-time performance data to help them devise their strategies for fueling the car and tire changes and as witnessed at the recent race weekend in Spa-Francorchamps, evaluate the impact of prevailing weather conditions which limited the time available for qualifying and the race itself.

While the audience focuses on the drivers and the action in the pit lane, technology firms are supporting the engineers on the pit wall and staff away from the track.

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