IAEA Robotics Challenge - winner announcement
After undergoing thorough evaluation of design and performance by IAEA experts, the winner of the IAEA Robotics Challenge is the Unmanned Surface Vehicle (USV) produced by Datastart Ltd of Hungary.
During Demonstration Week in Nov 2017, Datastart’s USV was selected alongside two other designs to continue in the competition. These designs then underwent a series of improvements and refinements based on the requirements of nuclear facility operators and IAEA suggestions. At the final round of the competition in November 2018, the designs underwent real-world testing in a spent fuel storage pond at a nuclear power plant in Finland. Datastart’s USV showcased its potential and impressed the IAEA’s team of experts. Our congratulations to Datastart Ltd!
IAEA Challenge on Materials for Fusion - Started
IAEA Robotics Challenge - Results
IAEA Robotics Challenge – Submissions closed
27 technical proposals from 17 countries have been received and are under evaluation. The organizers will later contact the teams selected for participation in the demonstration week.
Thank you for your interest!
IAEA Robotics Challenge - Demonstration week is now officially announced
The participants will operate their systems between 20th and 24th November, 2017 in Brisbane, Australia!
IAEA Robotics Challenge - Submission campaign is open
Some important news for you:
1. Now the submission campaign is opened - you can submit your proposal together with the video files illustrating the required peculiarities of your devices. Please draw your attention that you can submit several systems (any combination of Unmanned Surface Vehicle and Unmanned Ground Vehicle categories) - please repeat the submission process separately for each system.
2. The deadline for application submissions is extended - we are ready to receive your proposals up to August 18, 2017.
3. Please pay attention to the F.A.Q. page updates. We try to answer your questions as soon as possible, and every question and answer is being published at that page. Please check the information regularly and ask your questions using the form at the bottom of the webpage