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Yangpu Makes It a Success at Robotex World Tourna...
Recently, the 2017 Robotex world competition and awards ceremony was held in Estonia, marking the conclusion of the three-day robot event which had attracted more than 1, 600 teams from 33 countries to compete against one another. Six teams sent by Yangpu won one first prize, one second prize and two third prizes at Lego Tracking, first prize at aquatic sport, and the Best Creative Team.


Robotex world competition, a global robotics competition jointly sponsored and co-organized by University of Altartu and Tallinn University of Technology, both world-famous universities, is famous for its highest level and greatest influence in European robot competitions with a broad participant base. The event has been recognized by many European technology companies and many of the world's elite universities, and the winners are not only awarded with prizes, but also offer of job from the world's prestigious universities or prestigious companies.  


Robotex was originally designed to create a chance for all engineering students to gather together. After 17 years of development, it has become a major robot event with its participants coming from primary school, middle school, university, maker space and robot club. With its perfect match rules and active on-site atmosphere, the event attracts teams from 30 nations to compete for the championship. According to the official statistics of Estonian Robotex, the global focus on Robotex has increased gradually over the past five years, and the number of participating teams has stayed around 2,000, attracting more than 15,000 people to watch the game. The event consists of 21 categories, such as follows competition, robot sumo, UAV competition, tracking robot, water racing competition, and urban disassembling competition. The Chinese teams mainly participate in Lego track event and the water racing event.


Yangpu teams performed very well in the game. Li Ruishen, a Chinese veteran expert in robot industry, told the reporters: "The game is a good test of participants about their skills in computer programming, assembling and constructing, and adaptability. And the game is not based on age groups. Two Chinese students who won the first prize was aged 10 or so, and, given that their rivals were ten years older than them, they did make a great success."


In recent years, with the gradual improvement of China's top science, the science of Chinese robotics has gained a growing world clout. Mr. Li told the reporters that more efforts will be made for new cooperation with Estonian official headquarters on the development of Chinese robot youth projects, and new plans for and ways of developing robots for Chinese students. He added, “Our machine talent technology center is located in Yangpu, and we hope that more Yangpu students people who love robots will participate in the brand competition, and become the pioneer and navigator for the future development of robots in China.”
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