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The next generation robot contest “ROBOMASTER 2019” is closed.
DJI JAPAN Co., Ltd. The next-generation robot contest “ROBOMASTER 2019” is closed. After the fierce battle by 32 teams, Tohoku University (Shenyang City, Liaoning Province, China) won the championship. …………………………………………………………………………………………… RoboMaster 2019, a robot contest hosted by DJI for the next generation of engineers and university students, was held on August 12th at Bao’an Stadium in Shenzhen, China. The winner, Tohoku University (Shenyang City, Liaoning Province, China), was awarded RMB500,000 (approximately 8 million yen) along with a golden trophy. RoboMaster 2019 was attended by 176 teams from around the world and approximately 10,000 young engineers, and 32 teams fought in the final. .
Tohoku University (Shenyang City, Liaoning Province, China) is the top of 176 teams
RoboMaster is a robot contest sponsored by DJI, a world leader in consumer drones and aerial photography technology. In this contest, a team of highly motivated engineers will design and produce next-generation robots and compete in a basketball court-sized competition field. RoboMaster has been gaining popularity within the community of engineers since its first in 2015, DJI offers the opportunity for college students to show their talents on a global stage, pursuing a passion for science and technology It is. “We are very proud of the dedication and effort of all the teams, and I want to convey my heartfelt congratulations to the winners who have performed very well. Innovative engineering and gameplay, This action-packed combination of entertainment makes RoboMaster a very attractive event for young engineers and robotic engineers around the world, and young people who want to become engineers at the same time can show off their talents and achievements. It ’s also a great platform for praise opportunities, where students can expand their creative horizons, develop solutions, and someday build real applications through RoboMaster. ”Says Jianrong Gao, RobotMaster Tournament Director We base. The final round of RoboMaster was broadcast on Twitch.tv (https://www.twitch.tv/robomaster), bringing this exciting event online to audiences around the world. More than 1.95 million online spectators watched in over 15 countries.
Delivery on Twitch In addition, this time, the first live video was broadcast in Japanese on Nico Nico Douga, and the talent / software engineer Ayaka Ikezawa and the players of the Japanese national team “FUKUOKA NIWAKA” gave a local broadcast report.
Mr. Ayaka Ikezawa (left) Mr. Takami Hana (right)
This year’s bonus panel. Tohoku University’s aerial robot / attack pattern “For the past nine months, every day has been an exciting and rewarding experience for the team,” said Tohoku University captain Faqi Wang. RoboMaster also gave me the opportunity to transfer theoretical knowledge into practice, so I was able to build a truly realistic robot using great technology. “It was really touching that our robots moved like life and played against many teams.” The runner-up was Shanghai Jiao Tong University and the runner-up was Electronic Technology University. Each team got RMB300,000 and RMB100,000. This year’s contest was attended by students from mainland China, the United States, Canada, Japan, Hong Kong and Macau. RoboMaster has grown into an internationally recognized platform and offers a new framework for tackling education. RoboMaster also inspires RoboMaster robot competition itself, AI challenges, technical challenges, and youth contests for students through competitions. In addition, RoboMaster S1, which was released the other day, will also support RoboMaster to develop into a creative platform that contributes to the culture of next-generation engineering and education.
Robotic robot camp for high school students
S1 S1 simulation experience corner About RoboMaster RoboMaster is the most advanced robotics contest. It is an event that can be enjoyed by action-packed audiences, combining the latest engineering, gaming, and entertainment. This annual competition will be a team of engineers aiming to build next-generation robots and compete for wisdom. Each team consists of six types of robots: infantry robots, mercenary robots, hero robots, aerial robots, engineer robots, and supply robots. These robots attack the opponent’s base together in a competition field with various obstacles. In recent years, RoboMaster has become an exciting robot competition that everyone can enjoy, not just among engineers. The tournament attracts thousands of students studying engineering skills around the world, including mainland China, USA, UK, Canada, Germany, Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong and Macau. RoboMaster is also expanding to several new programs beyond the competition, including RoboMaster Campus Club, RoboMaster Robotics Camp, RoboMaster High School Robot Course Development, and Youth Engineer Summit. RoboMaster also wants to spread STEM education as a culture that everyone can enjoy. That’s why we are starting our own cultural IP projects, such as the RoboMaster Anime Series, RoboMaster Reality Show, RoboMaster Documentary, and RoboMaster Comic. We hope RoboMaster will inspire society and connect more people to the world of robotics. For more information, please check https://www.robomaster.com/en-US. About DJI DJI is a global leader in developing and manufacturing innovative drones and camera technologies for professional and amateur users. An expert in flight control technology and image stabilization, founded and operated by staff who are passionate about creating a helicopter that can be remotely controlled. The mission is to create easy-to-use and safe products for creators and innovators around the world to perform aerial photography. DJI’s global operations are now spreading across the United States, Europe and Asia. DJI’s innovative products and solutions are used in more than 100 countries in the film production, construction industry, emergency and lifesaving, agriculture, management and maintenance industries. For more information, please check: DJI website: www.dji.com DJI Store: store.dji.com/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/DJI Instagram: www.instagram.com/DJIGlobal Twitter: www.twitter.com/DJIGlobal YouTube: www.youtube.com/DJI
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