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Designing a detailed telemetry dashboard for sim-racers

Ahmad, Sadat (2023) Designing a detailed telemetry dashboard for sim-racers.

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Abstract:Racing Simulators are games that simulate the real-world racing environment and physics. Simulated cars and tracks generate vast quantities of telemetry data that can be analyzed to improve driving performance, much like the real world. While industry-standard telemetry systems exist (used by professional esports teams), such as MoTeC i2 and McLaren ATLAS, they are suffer from over-complexity in design and require technical knowledge that a solo driver might not possess. This paper aims to propose standards for a detailed data-analysis tool (dashboard) tailored towards not only moderatelyexperienced sim-drivers but also data-analysts in small/semi-professional teams by deriving functional and non-functional requirements. A preliminary dashboard was developed as part of the research and evaluated against a group of participants for validation. The goal is to bridge the gap between the technical analysis in professional esports and rest of the community by providing standards for a dashboard tool that focuses on usability and ease-of-access.
Item Type:Essay (Bachelor)
Faculty:EEMCS: Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science
Subject:54 computer science
Programme:Computer Science BSc (56964)
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