News August 12, — RoboMaster, an annual robotics competition for aspiring young engineers and university students, concluded its competition in Bao'an Stadium in Shenzhen, China. The winning team from T-DT Northeastern University, took home the gold trophy along with RMB , [insert local currency in a bracket if necessary] as the grand prize. Close to teams consisting of 10, young engineers from around the world signed up for the RoboMaster competition season, with 32 teams battling it out in the final tournament. The competition requires teams of aspiring engineers to design and build next-generation robots to compete for supremacy on a battlefield the size of a basketball court. RoboMaster has gained popularity among the engineering community since its first year in It has provided a world stage for university students to pursue their passion for science and technology while showcasing their talent. It also creates a great platform for young, aspiring engineers to celebrate their talent and achievements. What students learned throughout the competition will allow them to expand their creative vision and develop solutions that could one day have real-world applications. The RoboMaster final competitions were aired on Twitch.
RoboMaster 2019 Competition Showcases The Future Of Robotics
The RoboMaster program is a platform for robotic competitions and academic exchange founded by Da-Jiang Innovations DJI and specially designed for global technology enthusiasts. Since its establishment in , RoboMaster has been committed to cultivating young engineering talents and showcasing the possibilities of technological innovation to audiences around the globe. Among them, the RoboMaster University Series has been expanding its influence year by year, attracting more than colleges and universities around the world to participate annually and nurturing the engineering talents of over 35, young learners. RoboMaster has also continued to develop various training and laboratory co-construction programs with hundreds of colleges and universities. The RoboMaster Youth Championship aims to equip young engineers with vital engineering skills and practical abilities involving artificial intelligence. Participants will start with the basics of robotics and programming and gradually advance to the principles of artificial intelligence and robotic control.
Designed to Win
A modular design lets you build your S1 from the ground up, furthering the fun and providing hands-on experience with every screw and wire. Using a powerful CPU, the Intelligent Controller can simultaneously support functions such as low-latency high-definition image transmission, AI computing, and programming development. It also coordinates transmission seamlessly to execute command signals. Vivid sound effects and recoil action add to the experience for an immersive battle simulation.
News RoboMaster is open to universities and college students from around the globe who are passionate about engineering and robotics. The RoboMaster competition consists of several categories including a robotics competition, technical challenge and AI challenge. All of them can now be entered until 15 November. Now in its sixth year, RoboMaster has attracted nearly 30, young engineers from more than universities from all over the world. After taking part in regional competitions and a wild card competition, 32 elite teams will compete for the annual championship during the finals in Shenzhen in early August The international regional competition will be held in Shenzhen right before the final tournament. The RoboMaster organizational committee will provide technical and material motor, chip etc. Meanwhile, all teams qualifying for the international competition or the final tournament will receive a stipend for travel.