St. Petersburg’s State Electrotechnical University LETI is to hold Autonomous Driving Olympics in developing artificial intelligence technologies for autonomous transport vehicles based on Duckietown technology, the first of the kind in Russia.
The event will be held during November 24 – December 6, 2020, a spokesperson for the St. Petersburg Committee for science and higher education told Saint-Petersburg TV Channel.
School and university students aged 14 to 21 are invited to participate. They will be offered tasks to develop Python2.7 software solutions. The competition will consist of three stages.
As part of the Olympics programme, an educational online seminar on Duckietown platform and its prospects in Russia and worldwide was held on November 10.