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    Results: WorldSkills Online Mobile Robotics Challenge

    Studica Robotics in partnership with WorldSkills International proudly conducted an Online Mobile Robotics Skills Challenge. As this is the "Year of Innovation", this challenge helped students prepare and stay on track for the Mobile Robotics skill challenge that will be part of the 46th WorldSkills Competition - WorldSkills Shanghai - that was postponed and rescheduled for October 12-17th, 2022. WorldSkills Online Mobile Robotics Challenge

    The challenge was designed to help competitors build a better understanding of autonomous mobile robotics technology.  It was based on the Waste Management Autonomous Robot Challenge that was adopted by many countries as their rescheduled 2021 challenge. Unlike previous competitions, this challenge has teams using the Studica Titan Quad Motor Controller and/or the VMX Robotics Controller where they had the options to program in C++, Java, Python, ROS, or LabVIEW. The participants were tasked with building an autonomous robot that could navigate areas, locate specific waste materials. Then the robot needed to deliver and dispose of that materials at the water management disposal site.

    Online Mobile Robotics Challenge Results

    A total of 17 teams from all around the world participated in the WorldSkills International Online Mobile Robotics Skill Challenge. One 12 teams of the teams were able to complete the final four days of challenges. Here are the top three teams:

    1. The Gold Medal was awarded to the International Center of IT & Communication System team from Kazan, Russia. The Chief Expert on the team was Damira Ramazanova. The Team consisted of Eldar Seydametov and Vladislav Diubanov. Their final score was 792.
    2. The Silver Medal was awarded to the Chun-I Senior High School team from Miaoli County in Chinese Taipei. The Chief Expert on the team was Chia-Nan Ko. The Team consisted of Hao-Chun Chang and Yi-Feng Lin. Their final score was 774.
    3. The Bronze Medal was awarded to the Samsung Electronics team from Yeongtong-gu in South Korea. The Chief Expert on the team was Kong Yongsun. The Team consisted of Gwak Hanho and Kwak Youngseo. Their final score was 770.

    Congratulations to all! We are proud of all that you have accomplished. Thank you for participating. The complete listing of results appears below.

     

    Complete Listing of Final Results
     

     Rank

    Medal

    Result

    Country

    Chief Expert

    Competitor 1

    Competitor 2

    School

    City

    1

    Gold

    792

     Russia

     Damira Ramazanova

     Eldar Seydametov

     Vladislav Diubanov

     International Center of IT & Communication System

    Kazan

    2

    Silver

    774

    Chinese Taipei

    Chia-Nan Ko

    Hao-Chun Chang

    Yi-Feng Lin

    Chun-I Senior High School

    Miaoli County

    3

    Bronze

    770

    South Korea 

    Kong Yongsun  Gwak Hanho   Kwak Youngseo Samsung Electronics  Yeongtong-gu

    4

    Certificate of Excellence

    762

     China

    Tong Zheng  

     junxing Liu

     Qiqi Li

     GuiZhou Communications Polytechnic

     Guiyang

    5

    Certificate of Excellence

    708

     Japan

     Shuji Kokune

     Ryo Iwamoto

     Koki Kawakami

     DENSO CORPORATION

    Anjo-shi

    6

    Certificate of Excellence

    701

     Indonesia

     Anhar Risnumawan

     Kevin Rafi Kurniawan

     Andreas Dani Nata

     Politeknik Elektronika Negeri Surabaya

    Surabaya

    7

    Certificate of Excellence

    700

    Macau, China

    Jason, TAI KENG IAM

     WONG SUI HUNG

    FENG KA WAI 

    Macao Association for Promotion of Science and Technology

    Macau 

    8

    Certificate of Completion

    646

    Thailand 

     Mr.Jakkarin thinnakorn , Mr.poomsag vechgama

     Mr.Thamthiti Tawong

     Mr.Narumit Sriyaoruean

     Rajamangala university of technology lanna

    Chiang Mai

    9

    Certificate of Completion

    609

     Brazil

     Paulo Villiger, Jeferson Chies

     Gabriel Fernandes Ribeiro da Silva

     Matheus Silva de Oliveira

     Centro de Formação Profissional SENAI de Eletromecânica

    Sapucaia do Sul

    10

    Certificate of Completion

    558

    Austria

    Erhard List

    Konstantin Stiborek 

    Jonas Schernthaner

    Higher Technical College

    Hallein

    11

    Certificate of Completion

    545

     Hong Kong, China

     Mak Ka Chun

     Lui Ka Kit Gavin

     Cheng Hok Ming

     Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education (Tsing Yi)

    Tsing Yi Island

    12

    Certificate of Completion

    529

     Belarus

     Andrei Dunets

     Vadzim Nechayeu

     Uladzislau Dubatouka

     Belarusian National Technical University

    Minsk

     

    Studica Robotics

    WorldSkills Mobile Robotics Collection Shanghai Studica is a long-standing Global Partner and the official exclusive supplier of the Mobile Robotics Competition. We look forward to  WorldSkills Shanghai 2022 and WorldSkills Lyon 2024. Studica provides robotics kits for Mobile Robotics and is also involved with the Try-a-Skills, the WorldSkills Museum, and the WorldSkills Museum.

    "Studica has been a great asset in developing the Skill Mobile Robotics to industry standards. We are pleased to have Studica with us as a Global Industry Partner in this field, especially since technology is moving fast. With Studica’s support on a global scale, we can guarantee that all WorldSkills Members and Competitors can test and assess at the highest possible levels and with the latest technologies." — Alexander Amiri, Director Sponsorship and Partnership, WorldSkills International


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