We are beyond thankful to FPL for inviting us to Daytona 500 from February 15th to February 17th, so we could showcase our Solar Cat V2 under the FPL Solar Pavilion at the Daytona International Speedway.
During that time in the speedway we had a booth where we showed and talked about our team and our cars to a variety of spectators from all over the country, and we explained how do we implement STEM concepts into our builds.
Apart from having the booth, we also had the opportunity to get a closer look at the NASCAR teams, and we also had a talk with David Bates, FPL's Project Developer manager, about the team and some projects.
At the Miami International Auto Show, in the Miami Beach Convention Center we showcased both our Solar Cat V1 and Solar Cat V2 along side of many recognized car companies such as Cadillac, Lexus, Acura, etc.
From Saturday to Saturday we shared with the public information about our cars, how we built them and how they work.
Many people, all different ages and backgrounds, showed interest and asked us a variety types of questions.
At the Fort Lauderdale International Auto Show, held at the Convention Center, we were showcasing our solar car alongside many recognized car companies such as Chevrolet, Ford, BMW, etc.
From Thursday to Friday, we were letting people know about our solar car, how it works and how we built it.
Also, many people showed a lot of interest, even those from other states and countries.
At the MSI Innovation Showcase, Motorola Solutions, one of our prime sponsors, along with Alex Marron, our mentor, invited us to showcase our car and program. Many came out to learn about and drive the car.
This year we had the pleasure of meeting Thao Tang, the Senior Director of Engineering, along with members of the Colombian Army.