AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES FOR SCHOOLCHILDREN
More than 1,000 students from Israel, the US, Argentina, Mexico, Russia, and Ukraine took part in the ninth Technion Robotraffic contest, named for Nadav Shoham. Hosted by the Technion’s Leumi Robotics Center, the contest challenges high school students to build autonomous vehicles that are required to perform tasks on a simulated road.

More than 1,000 students from Israel, the US, Argentina, Mexico, Russia, and Ukraine took part in the ninth Technion Robotraffic contest, named for Nadav Shoham. Hosted by the Technion’s Leumi Robotics Center, the contest challenges high school students to build autonomous vehicles that are required to perform tasks on a simulated road.