Thai high school student team wins world’s simulated robotic search and rescue competition in Nagoya

Thai high school student team wins world’s simulated robotic search and rescue competition in Nagoya

By Thai PBS

 

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Thai student robotic team has bagged home a world title in the biggest and most reputable robotic competitions in the world held this year in Japan’s Nagoya Robo Cup 2017 from July 27-31.

 

Thailand sent two teams to compete with almost 400 teams from 40 countries in junior and adult categories in four days of intense competition.

 

The two teams are a team from Rongkam School in Kalasin province and OBEC, a combination between Ban Na Withaya “Nayok Pithayskarn” school in Nakhon Nayok and TOA Withaya School in Mukdahan province.

 

Source: http://englishnews.thaipbs.or.th/thai-high-school-student-team-wins-worlds-simulated-robotic-search-rescue-competition-nagoya/

 
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