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ME Team Won 1st Prize in Humanoid Robot Olympics
Posted by:【admin】      On:【2010-6-30】
 

The first international humanoid robot Olympics concluded on June 23, 2010. Headed by Professor FU Zhuang from Institute of Robots, School of Mechanical Engineering, the team won the Championship, the Second Prize and the Third Prize respectively in the field of point sphere, sprint and soccer.

 

Organized by the State Key Laboratory for Robot Science and System from HIT and the China National Conference of Artificial Intelligence, the three-day robot competition took place in Harbin Institute of Technology in northeastern China, attracting teams from eighteen universities from all over the world.

Humanoid robots are defined as android robots designed in the shape of human, with two legs and two arms. The first-ever International Humanoid Robot Olympics involved 24 contest events ranging from traditional Olympic ones, such as track and field, gymnastics and balls, to some unusual activities, for instance, cleaning , dancing and performing medical care. The competition rules were similar to those  adopted in the human Olympics.

The competition was held with the aim of improving robots' intelligence and flexibility so as to better serve people in the future. Moreover, it surely boosted international exchange for robots.

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