The Mohammad Bin Zayed International Robotics Competition (MBZIRC) Symposium endeavours to bring together academic teams that are competing in the Mohammad Bin Zayed International Robotics Competition (MBZIRC) - the prestigious international robotics competition – with experts from industry that are seeking practical applications of autonomous vehicles. The Symposium will host leading experts in robotics, who will share their insights and reflect on the latest developments in the field.
Presentations and discussions will focus on current challenges and anticipated challenges in robotics and autonomous systems. Workshops will take place, consisting of presentations by the winners of MBZIRC Challenges 1, 2, and 3. Other teams participating in MBZIRC will also be invited to present their achievements during preparations for MBZIRC 2020.
The MBZIRC Symposium makes the most of the ingenuity and ambition spurred as teams compete for over 1 million USD in prize money by inviting academic experts, researchers, and industry to attend. Attendees will get a close-up glimpse of the latest and best developments in AI, composite materials, and 3d printing as it pertains to AUVs. The symposium provides MBZIR competing teams the chance to present their best and brightest ideas to industry experts that are seeking practical and revolutionary uses for autonomous vehicles in areas like surveillance, rescue, and infrastructure, where costs can be cut and human safety elevated.
The Symposium presents a rare opportunity for industry to participate in the MBZIRC and be part of the most prestigious academic competition in autonomous vehicles. They will position their company in front of leading universities and cutting edge research, benefiting from unprecedented exposure where synergy and common goals can be achieved.