Project Pitlane

  • ‘Project Pitlane’ is a collective of UK-based Formula 1 teams and their respective technology arms coordinating a response to the UK government’s call for assistance with the manufacture of medical devices. It will pool the resources and capabilities of its member teams, focusing on the core skills of the F1 industry: rapid design, prototype manufacture, test and skilled assembly. F1’s ability to respond rapidly to engineering and technological challenges allows the group to add value to the wider engineering industry’s response.

M231632
  • Title
    Project Pitlane - CPAP imagery from UCL
  • Caption
    The newly developed CPAP device. Photographer: James Tye / UCL
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    3,900 KB
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    JPEG
  • Count of Downloads
    114
  • Visits
    2210
M231625
  • Title
    Project Pitlane - CPAP imagery from UCL
  • Caption
    A volunteer ‘patient’ with the newly developed CPAP device. Photographer: James Tye / UCL
  • File size
    3,260 KB
  • Format
    JPEG
  • Count of Downloads
    97
  • Visits
    2053
M231628
  • Title
    Project Pitlane - CPAP imagery from UCL
  • Caption
    A volunteer ‘patient’ with the newly developed CPAP device. Photographer: James Tye / UCL
  • File size
    3,015 KB
  • Format
    JPEG
  • Count of Downloads
    90
  • Visits
    1878
M231639
  • Title
    Project Pitlane - CPAP imagery from UCL
  • Caption
    A newly developed CPAP device. Photographer: James Tye / UCL.
  • File size
    3,175 KB
  • Format
    JPEG
  • Count of Downloads
    74
  • Visits
    1581
M231630
  • Title
    Project Pitlane - CPAP imagery from UCL
  • Caption
    The newly developed CPAP device. Photographer: James Tye / UCL
  • File size
    3,948 KB
  • Format
    JPEG
  • Count of Downloads
    73
  • Visits
    1607
M231640
  • Title
    Project Pitlane - CPAP imagery from UCL
  • Caption
    A newly developed CPAP device. Photographer: James Tye / UCL.
  • File size
    3,054 KB
  • Format
    JPEG
  • Count of Downloads
    62
  • Visits
    1545
M231633
  • Title
    Project Pitlane - CPAP imagery from UCL
  • Caption
    The newly developed CPAP device. Photographer: James Tye / UCL
  • File size
    3,380 KB
  • Format
    JPEG
  • Count of Downloads
    54
  • Visits
    1492
M231635
  • Title
    Project Pitlane - CPAP imagery from UCL
  • Caption
    Professor Rebecca Shipley (UCL Mechanical Engineering) and Professor Mervyn Singer (UCL Medicine), who helped develop the device. Photographer: James Tye / UCL
  • File size
    4,167 KB
  • Format
    JPEG
  • Count of Downloads
    46
  • Visits
    1434
M231642
  • Title
    Project Pitlane - CPAP imagery from UCL
  • Caption
    A newly developed CPAP device. Photographer: James Tye / UCL.
  • File size
    2,707 KB
  • Format
    JPEG
  • Count of Downloads
    46
  • Visits
    1380
M231636
  • Title
    Project Pitlane - CPAP imagery from UCL
  • Caption
    Professor Rebecca Shipley (UCL Mechanical Engineering) and Professor Mervyn Singer (UCL Medicine), who helped develop the device. Photographer: James Tye / UCL
  • File size
    3,706 KB
  • Format
    JPEG
  • Count of Downloads
    43
  • Visits
    1439
M231641
  • Title
    Project Pitlane - CPAP imagery from UCL
  • Caption
    A newly developed CPAP device. Photographer: James Tye / UCL.
  • File size
    2,836 KB
  • Format
    JPEG
  • Count of Downloads
    42
  • Visits
    1271
M231629
  • Title
    Project Pitlane - CPAP imagery from UCL
  • Caption
    A volunteer ‘patient’ with the newly developed CPAP device. Photographer: James Tye / UCL
  • File size
    3,932 KB
  • Format
    JPEG
  • Count of Downloads
    40
  • Visits
    1376
M231665
  • Title
    Project Pitlane CPAP Production Imagery
  • Caption
    CPAP Production imagery from Mercedes-AMG High Performance Powertrains in Brixworth, UK.
  • File size
    20,426 KB
  • Format
    PNG (Portable Network Graphics)
  • Count of Downloads
    40
  • Visits
    1119
M231626
  • Title
    Project Pitlane - CPAP imagery from UCL
  • Caption
    A volunteer ‘patient’ with the newly developed CPAP device. Photographer: James Tye / UCL
  • File size
    3,488 KB
  • Format
    JPEG
  • Count of Downloads
    38
  • Visits
    1363
M231634
  • Title
    Project Pitlane - CPAP imagery from UCL
  • Caption
    The newly developed CPAP device. Photographer: James Tye / UCL
  • File size
    3,019 KB
  • Format
    JPEG
  • Count of Downloads
    38
  • Visits
    1355
M231627
  • Title
    Project Pitlane - CPAP imagery from UCL
  • Caption
    A volunteer ‘patient’ with the newly developed CPAP device. Photographer: James Tye / UCL
  • File size
    3,373 KB
  • Format
    JPEG
  • Count of Downloads
    37
  • Visits
    1410
M231654
  • Title
    Project Pitlane CPAP Production Imagery
  • Caption
    CPAP Production imagery from Mercedes-AMG High Performance Powertrains in Brixworth, UK.
  • File size
    20,015 KB
  • Format
    PNG (Portable Network Graphics)
  • Count of Downloads
    36
  • Visits
    1150
M231631
  • Title
    Project Pitlane - CPAP imagery from UCL
  • Caption
    The newly developed CPAP device. Photographer: James Tye / UCL
  • File size
    4,057 KB
  • Format
    JPEG
  • Count of Downloads
    34
  • Visits
    1375
M231653
  • Title
    Project Pitlane CPAP Production Imagery
  • Caption
    CPAP Production imagery from Mercedes-AMG High Performance Powertrains in Brixworth, UK.
  • File size
    17,538 KB
  • Format
    PNG (Portable Network Graphics)
  • Count of Downloads
    34
  • Visits
    1124
M231638
  • Title
    Project Pitlane - CPAP imagery from UCL
  • Caption
    A newly developed CPAP device. Photographer: James Tye / UCL.
  • File size
    2,107 KB
  • Format
    JPEG
  • Count of Downloads
    32
  • Visits
    1239
M231661
  • Title
    Project Pitlane CPAP Production Imagery
  • Caption
    CPAP Production imagery from Mercedes-AMG High Performance Powertrains in Brixworth, UK.
  • File size
    18,330 KB
  • Format
    PNG (Portable Network Graphics)
  • Count of Downloads
    28
  • Visits
    1095
M231655
  • Title
    Project Pitlane CPAP Production Imagery
  • Caption
    CPAP Production imagery from Mercedes-AMG High Performance Powertrains in Brixworth, UK.
  • File size
    18,913 KB
  • Format
    PNG (Portable Network Graphics)
  • Count of Downloads
    25
  • Visits
    1102
M231662
  • Title
    Project Pitlane CPAP Production Imagery
  • Caption
    CPAP Production imagery from Mercedes-AMG High Performance Powertrains in Brixworth, UK.
  • File size
    18,312 KB
  • Format
    PNG (Portable Network Graphics)
  • Count of Downloads
    24
  • Visits
    1097
M231658
  • Title
    Project Pitlane CPAP Production Imagery
  • Caption
    CPAP Production imagery from Mercedes-AMG High Performance Powertrains in Brixworth, UK.
  • File size
    16,825 KB
  • Format
    PNG (Portable Network Graphics)
  • Count of Downloads
    23
  • Visits
    1078
M231660
  • Title
    Project Pitlane CPAP Production Imagery
  • Caption
    CPAP Production imagery from Mercedes-AMG High Performance Powertrains in Brixworth, UK.
  • File size
    18,424 KB
  • Format
    PNG (Portable Network Graphics)
  • Count of Downloads
    23
  • Visits
    1059
M231667
  • Title
    Project Pitlane CPAP Production Imagery
  • Caption
    CPAP Production imagery from Mercedes-AMG High Performance Powertrains in Brixworth, UK.
  • File size
    17,494 KB
  • Format
    PNG (Portable Network Graphics)
  • Count of Downloads
    23
  • Visits
    1175
M231659
  • Title
    Project Pitlane CPAP Production Imagery
  • Caption
    CPAP Production imagery from Mercedes-AMG High Performance Powertrains in Brixworth, UK.
  • File size
    16,884 KB
  • Format
    PNG (Portable Network Graphics)
  • Count of Downloads
    22
  • Visits
    1099
M231657
  • Title
    Project Pitlane CPAP Production Imagery
  • Caption
    CPAP Production imagery from Mercedes-AMG High Performance Powertrains in Brixworth, UK.
  • File size
    18,398 KB
  • Format
    PNG (Portable Network Graphics)
  • Count of Downloads
    20
  • Visits
    1036
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