Three teams of Vietnamese university students will compete with 21 teams from other countries in an international autonomous vehicle competition organized by Bosch in Romania in May.
Three Vietnamese teams advanced to the finals of the Bosch Future Mobility Challenge 2023 (BFMC), which will take place in Romania in May.
The teams include The Newbies from the Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology, CEEC-UIT from the University of Information Technology under the Vietnam National University-Ho Chi Minh City, and LH-CDC from Lac Hong University in Dong Nai Province.
BFMC is an international autonomous vehicle competition for students organized by the Bosch Technical Center in Romania since 2017.
Every year, the competition invites student teams from all over the world to develop autonomous driving and connectivity algorithms on 1:10 scale RC car models provided by Bosch,
The cars run in an environment that simulates a miniature smart city.
The participants are assisted by Bosch experts and faculty members at their schools to develop algorithms related to autonomous cars, and come up with a plan for self-driving cars.
In 2023, 119 teams from universities around the world registered to compete in the BFMC.
After the interview round, 74 teams met the requirements and received a 1:10 scale RC car model kit sponsored by Bosch to develop the algorithm.
Based on the videos, the judges selected 24 teams to compete in the world finals at the Bosch Technical Center in Cluj Napoca, Romania in May.
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