Panasonic R&D Center Singapore Takes Second Place at the Second Edition of the AI Driving Olympics
May 15, 2019 | Project
Panasonic R&D Center Singapore finished second among the top 5 teams that made the cut from among the 50 teams in a leading international competition – that is, the second edition of the AI Driving Olympics, where Panasonic R&D Center Singapore is last year’s champion. (Reference: https://www.duckietown.org/archives/37690)
Termed “MYF” (username), Panasonic R&D Center Singapore emerged as one of the top 2 finalists and then moved forward to the more complicated challenges of Lane Following with Vehicles and Lane Following with Vehicles and Intersections. The other finalist (termed “JBRRussia”) was eventually crowned the winner of this edition.
The competition was held in conjunction with the premier International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) 2019.
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