Germany wins the ERC 2020 tournament

The winner of the sixth edition of the global ERC competitors is the German staff ERIG e.V. Incredibly hot on their heels were being members of RoverOva from the Czech Republic, who ended up second. The third location was granted to each DJS Antariksh from India and Columbian Robocol. It is the to start with time in the history of ERC in which two teams tied for a location on the podium.

The sixth edition of the ERC competitors was held with a new, distant method. In between the eleventh and thirteenth of September 2020, 26 teams from 14 nations around the world all around the world participated in the tournament remotely navigating the mobile robotic on the largest artificial Martian field in the world, positioned in Poland. They participated in two field responsibilities that integrated gathering samples from the MarsYard utilizing opportunistic rover science methods as perfectly as accomplishing a sequence of functions at the concentrate on device.

Through #ERC2020 teams were being utilizing an ground breaking distant-robotic management platform and mobile robots. Impression credit: ERC

Calendar year by yr the degree of ERC members is increased and increased. It helps make us glad that teams put faith in the distant edition of ERC 2020 and showed terrific professionalism when preparing for the competitors. In the procedure of gathering complex documentation, this year’s winner was awarded the Finest Science Design Award for depth analysis and showing a definitely interdisciplinary solution. It is the most effective example that continual enhancement and operating on your projects with experts from different science fields pays off – points out Lucas Wilczynski, the founder and major organizer of the ERC competitors.

This yr, for the to start with in the history of ERC, supplemental awards and distinctions have been handed out. The jury panel has identified RoverOva’s (the Czech Republic) attempts on MarsYard with the  Best Autonomy Navigation Award. Members of Robocol (Columbia) prepared the most specific geological map of the Martian field, when RoboClyde from the British isles showed the greatest dexterity in the Maintenance job simulating distant servicing of the reactor device.

A comprehensive listing of the awards and distinctions is offered under:

Resource: ERC 2020