Aussies Win Amazon Robotics Challenge

The Australian Centre for Robotic Vision (ACRV) has claimed first place in the 2017 Amazon Robotics Challenge with a low-cost Cartesian robot for unstructured environments. Built from the ground up for the competition, "CartMan" outshone its costlier rivals by picking and stowing more items in its allotted test time... Continue Reading CartMan picks and sticks its way to glory in Amazon Robotics Challenge Category: Robotics Tags: Amazon Robot Robotic Robotics Related Articles: Amazon Picking Challenge aimed at improving warehouse robotics Dutch robot claims victory in Amazon Picking Challenge Samsung VR7000 robot vacuum takes orders via Amazon Echo Soft robotic gripper gets a grasp on fragile objects using electroadhesion Dobot lends a robotic hand to small businesses

Aussies Win Amazon Robotics Challenge

The Australian Centre for Robotic Vision takes home a big pile of prize money from Amazon

Wed 2 Aug 17 from IEEE Spectrum

Amazon’s New Robo-Picker Champion Is Proudly Inhuman

It only needs to see seven images of a new object before it can reliably spot and grab it.

Mon 31 Jul 17 from MIT Technology Review

CartMan picks and sticks its way to glory in Amazon Robotics Challenge

The Australian Centre for Robotic Vision (ACRV) has claimed first place in the 2017 Amazon Robotics Challenge with a low-cost Cartesian robot for unstructured environments. Built from ...

Mon 31 Jul 17 from Gizmag

Will this Aussie robot be Amazon's 'pick' of the bunch?

It's the competition that could save Amazon.com billions in logistics - and QUT's custom-built robot may be the winning solution.

Mon 24 Jul 17 from Phys.org

Low Cost Robot Wins Amazon Robotics Challenge

A team from the Australian Centre for Robotic Vision has won the 2107 Amazon Robotics Challenge with a low-cost robot with an innovative design that works like a 3D printer mechanism. Read ...

Tue 1 Aug 17 from iProgrammer

Australian ‘budget bot’ wins Amazon robot challenge

An inexpensive robot has triumphed over its more sophisticated competition to win Amazon's annual Robotics Challenge. 'Cartman', a robot designed by the Australian Center ...

Tue 1 Aug 17 from Engadget

Amazon Robotics Challenge 2017 won by Australian budget bot

Amazon's competition to create a warehouse robot is won by a machine with an unusual design.

Mon 31 Jul 17 from BBC Technology

Amazon Is Looking For A Few Good Robots To Stuff Boxes

On August 2nd, Amazon will hold a job fair at two of its U.S. warehouse locations. They’re making a major push to enlist additional staff. When the dust clears, Amazon hopes to hire […] The ...

Thu 27 Jul 17 from Geek.com

Aussie team wins Amazon Robotics Challenge

The Australian Centre for Robotic Vision (ACRV) Team has taken top spot at the Amazon Robotics Challenge, part of the 2017 RoboCup taking place in Japan. Made up of researchers from Queensland ...

Tue 1 Aug 17 from The Engineer

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