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Australian Centre for Robotic Vision from Australia Wins Grand Championship at 2017 Amazon Robotics Challenge 2017.08.03

Seattle, USA - August 01, 2017 - Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) today announced the results of its 2017 Amazon Robotics Challenge with winners hailing from Australia, the U.S., and Singapore. Australian Centre for Robotic Vision from Australia succeed in the Grand Championship Combined Task to win the overall Challenge with Nanyang Technological University of Singapore winning the Pick Task and MIT Princeton of the U.S., winning the Stow Task.

Teams compete to build a better robot.
Sixteen teams from around the world came to Nagoya, Japan to participate in the third annual Amazon Robotics challenge.
The winners shared $270,000 in prizes
.
Photo courtesy of Amazon
 

Seattle, USA – August 01, 2017

• Additional winners at the event included Nanyang Technological University of Singapore, winners of the Pick Task, and MIT Princeton of the U.S., winners of the Stow Task

• Contestants at this year’s Amazon Robotics Challenge were awarded $270,000 in prizes to support continued innovation within the robotics and automation community

Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) today announced the results of its 2017 Amazon Robotics Challenge with winners hailing from Australia, the U.S., and Singapore.

Teams compete to build a better robot.
Photo courtesy of Amazon
 
Australian Centre for Robotic Vision from Australia succeed in the Grand Championship Combined Task to win the overall Challenge with Nanyang Technological University of Singapore winning the Pick Task and MIT Princeton of the U.S., winning the Stow Task.

Teams compete to build a better robot.
Photo courtesy of Amazon
 
This year’s finalists demonstrated sophisticated solutions combining object recognition, pose recognition, grasp planning, compliant manipulation, motion planning, task planning, task execution, and error detection and recovery to successfully pick and stow unique items.

Teams compete to build a better robot.
Photo courtesy of Amazon
 
Teams were judged based on how many items were successfully picked and stowed by their robots in a fixed amount of time.

A total of $270,000 in prizes were awarded to contestants throughout the four-day competition.

Teams compete to build a better robot.
Sixteen teams from around the world came to Nagoya, Japan to participate in the third annual Amazon Robotics challenge.
The winners shared $270,000 in prizes
.
Photo courtesy of Amazon
 
The Amazon Robotics Challenge aims to strengthen the ties between the industrial and academic robotic communities and promote shared and open solutions to the technical challenges faced in unstructured automation.

Teams compete to build a better robot.
Sixteen teams from around the world came to Nagoya, Japan to participate in the third annual Amazon Robotics challenge.
The winners shared $270,000 in prizes
.
Photo courtesy of Amazon
 
This year’s Amazon Robotics Challenge was held during RoboCup, the leading and most diverse competition for intelligent robots and one of the world's most important technology events in research and training.

Teams compete to build a better robot.
Sixteen teams from around the world came to Nagoya, Japan to participate in the third annual Amazon Robotics challenge.
The winners shared $270,000 in prizes
.
Photo courtesy of Amazon
 
RoboCup and the Amazon Robotics Challenge were held in Japan at the Nagoya International Exhibition Hall (Portmesse Nagoya).

Teams compete to build a better robot.
Photo courtesy of Amazon
 
“This year, we made some changes to the Challenge to make it even more difficult and to encourage broader participation from multiple robotics fields – and the response was exciting,” said Joey Durham, Contest Chairperson and Manager of Research and Advanced Development for Amazon Robotics.
“The versatility of recognition capabilities in an unstructured environment and the dexterity of grasping mechanisms was truly impressive. What we’re most proud of with the Amazon Robotics Challenge is its celebration of robotic community and the venue it’s created to share and promote research in a fun and rewarding way. Congratulations to our winners and all of our contestants!”

Teams compete to build a better robot.
Photo courtesy of Amazon
 
The Australian Centre for Robotic Vision team consisted of researchers, early PhD candidates and undergraduate students who combined computer vision, machine learning and a variety of robotic hardware to successfully complete both pick and stow tasks the fastest.

Teams compete to build a better robot.
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Below is additional information on all winners.

Courtesy of Amazon
 
Amazon is committed to supporting innovation in robotics and automation.

Teams compete to build a better robot.
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The company utilizes a wide range of innovative technology within its fulfillment centers, including more than 100,000 Amazon Robotics drive units in over 25 fulfillment centers worldwide.

Teams compete to build a better robot.
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Amazon Robotics drive units deliver items directly to employees at ergonomic work stations and help make associates’ roles more efficient to enable superfast delivery speeds for customer orders.

Teams compete to build a better robot.
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The company currently has more than 90,000 full-time employees across its U.S. fulfillment network.

Teams compete to build a better robot.
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For additional information about the Amazon Robotics Challenge including contest details, participating teams, rules, FAQs and detailed results, visit

www.amazonrobotics.com/#/roboticschallenge 


Teams compete to build a better robot.
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For more information about RoboCup, visit
 

www.robocup2017.org 

Teams compete to build a better robot.
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A video from the event can be viewed here


https://www.amazon.com/p/feature/3nw75oxkhu2e6v2  


Teams compete to build a better robot.
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