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Competitions 'Robotraffic' (Tomsk, February 20-21, 2020)

11 Feb '20
Competitions in drones and gather a lot of the strongest teams from all over Russia: from Tomsk and the Tomsk region, Krasnoyarsk, Novosibirsk, Pervouralsk, Yekaterinburg, Moscow, Kaliningrad, Syktyvkar, Samara and other regions.

The purpose of the competition is to popularize the scientific and technical creativity of students, create the conditions for organizing highly motivated activities for the creation and programming of robotic systems, attracting the attention of young people to road safety problems.

In the rules of 'Robotraffic', participants will create an autonomous robotic vehicle that can move independently, being part of the model of urban traffic, observing traffic rules. Traffic signs, traffic lights are active - they transmit information about their condition (for receiving data models of vehicles use an IR sensor).

In the regulations 'Robotics with technical vision', participants will create an autonomous robotic vehicle using technical vision technology that can move independently, being part of the urban traffic model, observing traffic rules. Traffic signs, traffic lights are passive - they do not transmit information about their condition. To analyze the traffic situation, a video camera is used.

More information on the website.
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