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Russian developers became the third in the Asian Underwater Robotics Championship

The team of robots of FEFU and the Institute of Marine Technology Problems (FEI RAS) represented Russia at the open Asian Underwater Robotics Championship Singapore AUV Challenge, according to the press service of the university. Primorsky developers took the third place.

Reportedly, the final of the championship was held yesterday at the Singapore Polytechnic University. As a result, teams from 10 countries - Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, China, Malaysia, Pakistan, Russia, Singapore, Thailand and Sri Lanka fought for the victory. The robot Junior presented by Russians successfully coped with two tests out of four. The device without communication with a person, using computer vision, overcame the distance in the water, passed through the gate and found an ultrasonic underwater lighthouse. The winners were the team of the North-Western Polytechnic University (China), followed by representatives of the National Institute of Technology Rourkela (India).

The report also says that in FEFU begins work on a fundamentally new robot, which will be presented at the world tournament RoboSub in the US in August. The device will be equipped with a new system of hydroacoustics, new machine vision. In September, the university will host the first All-Russian competition in marine robotics.