The National Robotics Competition for College Students Concludes

The National Robotics Competition for College Students Concludes

Shenzhen Special Economic Zone News (Reporter Wen Kun) RoboMasters2016 National University StudentsRobotThe finals of the competition ended yesterday at the Shenzhen Bay Sports Center. Thirty-two college student Robot teams fought fiercely in the competition. The One Point Five S team from the University of electronic Science and Technology of China finally defended its title successfully and won a trophy, a certificate and a cash reward of 200,000 yuan. The Shenzhen University team finished fourth. Mayor Xu Qin watched the game and presented the trophy to the champion team.

The RoboMasters competition was born in 2015. It is sponsored by the Central Committee of the Communist Youth League, the All-China Federation of Students and the Shenzhen Municipal Government, and initiated and undertaken by DJI. It is one of the largest robotics competitions in the world. Different from other competitions, RoboMasters adopts the form of battle, and the two robots face each other with live ammunition on the battlefield. In the finals, each game has a time limit of 7 minutes. The team with the first to break through the opponent’s base or the team with more HP at the end of the game will win.

This year’s RoboMasters National Robotics Competition for College Students attracted 228 teams from more than 160 universities around the world, and nearly 7,000 young engineers signed up for the competition. In the championship competition, the One Point Five S team of the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China defeated the SPR team of China University of Petroleum (Beijing) 3:0 and successfully defended the title. The South China University of Technology team won the third place, and the Shenzhen University team won the fourth place.

At present, there are more than 3,000 Robot-related companies in Shenzhen, including 200 professional robot companies, with an annual output value of more than 48 billion yuan. DJI, the organizer of the competition, ranks among the top 50 robot companies in the world. Shenzhen has identified robots, wearable devices and smart equipment as future industries since 2013, and has introduced supporting policies and measures. From 2014 to 2020, the municipal finance will arrange 500 million yuan each year to set up special funds for the development of robots, wearable devices and intelligent equipment industries to support core technology research and innovation capabilities, cultivation and introduction of key links in the industrial chain, and the development of key enterprises. , Industrialization project construction, etc. In 2015, the city’s future industrial scale exceeded 400 billion yuan, becoming a new growth point for the innovative economy.

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Published on 09/18/2022