Iran free RoboCup started in Tehran on Wednesay.

Iran PressIran News: According to Iran Press news agency, Seven flying robots will compete in this competition, and at the end, three selected teams will be introduced.

These teams are from the universities of Science and Technology, Isfahan, knowledge-based companies, Qazvin Azad University, research and science university, and Yazd University.

Flying robots are supposed to do several competitions in the sections of crossing obstacles, intercepting a rope, and identifying photos of famous scientific people.

Robots should be able to guide, navigate and identify using machine vision and artificial intelligence.

According to the law of competition, robots participating in these competitions must rise from the moving surface and automatically identify themselves and enter the building.


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