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China's home-service robots win world competition  


记者25日从中国科大获悉,在刚刚结束的第18届Robo Cup机器人世界杯比赛中,该校自主研发的、世界知名机器人——“可佳”智能服务机器人荣获冠军。[查看全文]
2014-07-25 16:23 Ecns.cn Web Editor: Gu Liping
Chinese home-service robots Kejia at the competition. [Photo: ustc.edu.cn]

Chinese home-service robots Kejia at the competition. [Photo: ustc.edu.cn]

Hefei (CNS) -- Chinese home-service robots Kejia, made by the University of Science and Technology of China, was crowned champion in the worldwide RoboCup@home 2014 competition.

As part of RoboCup, RoboCup@home is the largest international annual competition for autonomous service robots, where a set of benchmark tests is used to evaluate the robots' abilities and performance in a realistic non-standardized home environment setting.

China's home-service robots Kejia got the highest score in five of nine tests, one of which was the only perfect score in the history of the competition. In the final contest, two robots cooperated and lifted the cap off a bottle, winning the highest mark again.

Holland's Eindhoven University of Technology won second place, and Germany's University of Bonn third place.

The competition attracted more than 500 teams from 45 countries and runs July 19-25 in Brazil.

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