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Panasonic Tops the IROS 2018 Mobile Manipulation Hackathon Competition 2018 as First-Place Winner

October 18, 2018 | Event

PRDCSG teamed up with the Nanyang Technological University to take part in the IROS Mobile Manipulation Hackathon Competition held in Madrid on from October 1-5, 2018. Besting the other participants, PRDCSG and gotsecured the first placetop spot. IROS 2018 is one of the 3 largest international conferences on intelligent robots and systems.

More than 4,000 participants from 60 countries were drawn to partake in this conference where 1,200 papers were presented, beating out all the previous records in international robotics conferences in terms of the numbers of participants and papers presented.

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