Iranian teams win16 titles in 2017 Robocup
Tehran, July 31, Iranian student teams clinched 16 titles in the 21st round of RoboCup which was held in Nagoya, Japan.
In adult rescue simulation robot league, Qazvin Islamic Azad University ranked first.
In rescue robot league which was one the most difficult stages, Azad Islamic University of Yazd stood on the first place.
Amirkabir University of Technology and Tabriz University ranked second in simulation rescue league.
In large-size humanoids league, Azad University of Ilkhychi stood on the third place and in recue robot league, Qazvin Islamic Azad University ranked third.
Amirkabir University of Technology humanoid team also stood on the third place.
Some 3,000 people and 1,200 robots from 50 countries attended the event.
The most important robotic teams in the world, namely Germany, US, Japan, Portugal, the Netherlands, Mexico, China, South Korea, England, Brazil, Turkey and Iran participated in the event.
The international RoboCup community fosters the development of intelligent robots by defining and executing competitions that are used by scientists and students from all over the world to test and demonstrate their robots in attractive, realistic scenarios.
Source: Islamic Republic News Agency