US defeats Australia in robot comp: photos

US defeats Australia in robot comp: photos

Summary: The University of Michigan has emerged as the victor from the finals of the Multi-Autonomous Ground-robotic International Challenge (MAGIC) held last week.


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  • (Credit: DSTO)

    These were the leaders of the US teams that won the top three places in the MAGIC 2010 Challenge: Alberto Lacaze, leader of the RASR team which placed third; Dan Lee, leader of the University of Pennsylvania team, second; and Edwin Olson, leader of the winning team from the University of Michigan.

  • (Credit: DSTO)

    The University of Michigan's robots are prepared for their phase three challenge.

Topics: Government, Emerging Tech, Government AU

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