Elcano Project

Elcano Project: Taking Vehicle Automation to Bicycles

Presented by: University of Washington Bothell (Seattle, WA)

The self-driving car landscape will not be complete without self-driving bicycles, and the Elcano Project intends to make the technology accessible to hobbyists and students by providing open-source electronics and software. The two vehicles on display are based on a Catrike recumbent tricycle. Our automation kit is suitable for anything from a toy car to a real car, and costs under $2,000 for actuators, sensors, and electronics.


Vehicles: Bikes, Cars, Electric, Solar, Autonomous