TUCer (Technical University of Crete eco racing) team develops zero emission, low consumption, hydrogen powered, electric prototype vehicles since 2007. The team consists of students and faculty from the Technical University of Crete that share a vision for eco-mobility and a passion for automobile racing. Participation in the team is voluntary. TUCer team has won several awards at international low consumption competitions.
After 2017, two additional projects were added to the team's research activities:
- Daedalus: Development bespoke prototype electric motorcycle with integrated innovative systems and exceptional aesthetics.
- TUCeRous (TUCer autonomous): A prototype, low consumption electric vehicle used as a research platform for autonomous navigation.
The team's activities are being supported by the Intelligent Systems and Robotics Laboratory, the Interdepartmental Machine Tools Laboratory, the Circuits, Sensors and Renewable Energy Sources Laboratory and the Digital Fabrication Laboratory of the Technical University of Crete.