ITS Team Sapuangin from Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember develop energy-efficient and environmental-friendly vehicles and motivated by a willingness to prevent global warming.

The team has participated in Shell Eco-marathon since 2010 and were inspired to join by the research conducted at their University on issues concerning energy saving, primarily in the usage of fossils fuels. The team wanted to put that research and STEM knowledge into practice through the end-to-end process of designing and manufacturing an energy-efficient car.

They are continuously developing their vehicles and achieving new accomplishments. The team’s collaborative approach and technical proficiency has led to a number of successes in in the 2021 Virtual Season, including second place in the Autonomous Programming Competition, third place in the Virtual Tech Inspection for the Urban Concept category and an Off-Track Award for Data and Telemetry in the Asia Pacific and Middle East Region.

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“As a team that’s focused on energy saving, we are ready to have our role as young engineers to think how to make a better future.”

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