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2020

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Mohamed Bin Zayed International Robotics Challenge

The Mohamed Bin Zayed International Robotics Challenge (MBZIRC) is an international robotics competition, to be held every two years with total prize and team sponsorship of USD 5 Million.

Robotics has the potential to have an impact that is as transformative as the internet, with robotics technology poised to fuel a broad range of next-generation products and applications in a diverse array of fields.

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MBZIRC 2020 to Focus on Role…

Three Challenges and Triathlon to Have Concepts Highlighting Safety, Construction Automation, and Urban High Rise Fire Fighting Scenarios …

Three Challenges and Triathlon to Have Concepts Highlighting Safety, Construction…

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Final Dates Set for Major…

MBZIRC will bring teams from around the world to compete in March 2017 Abu Dhabi, December 14, 2016 Khalifa University, organizers of the Mohamed…

MBZIRC will bring teams from around the world to compete in March 2017 Abu Dhabi,…

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MBZRIC Receives Support from…

Abu Dhabi, 20 September 2016 Khalifa University, organizers of the Mohamed Bin Zayed International Robotics Challenge (MBZIRC), has announced…

Abu Dhabi, 20 September 2016 Khalifa University, organizers of the Mohamed Bin Zayed…

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First Progress Report Videos

Videos submitted by teams as part of the first progress report to showcase their progress in preparation for the competition

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First Progress Report Videos

Videos submitted by teams as part of the first progress report to showcase their progress in preparation for the competition

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Selected teams for the challenge - 2020

Virginia Tech
KAIST - Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
NYU - New York University
University of Leeds
LAAS-CNRS - Laboratory for Analysis and Architecture of Systems
Universidad Pablo Olvide
University of Catania
University of Oulu
Georgia Institute of Technology
University of Bonn
Lodz University of Technology
University of Seville, CATEC, IST Portugal
The BioRobotics Institute
Project C.G.S
UC3M - Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
HKUST - Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
WPI - Worcester Polytechnic Institute
TIFO Institute
University of Tokyo
NodeIn Robotics
University of Zagreb - UniZG
Carnegie Mellon University
Beijing Institute of Technology
University of Pisa
RWTH Aachen University
Poznan University of Technology
4Front Robotics
DAI-Labor TU Berlin
Beihang University
Czech Technical University in Prague
IIT - Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur
Technical University of Denmark
Sorbonne University
UNSW Sydney – Australia's Global University
ETH Zurich - Autonomous Systems Lab and Robotics Systems Lab
Tsinghua University
Osaka University
Terabee
USM | Universiti Sains Malaysia
Next Technology
Indian Institution of Science (IISc)
University of Pennsylvania
Universidad Politecnica Madrid
University of Applied Sciences Aachen
Texas A&M University
MIST Lab