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Warehouse Robots

FIRA Challenge - Warehouse Robots Challenge

FIRA Warehouse Robots Challenges aims to take a fundamental step towards developing storage automation from the very moment of registration, up to the transportation, displacement, and removal from the warehouse.

 
 

Introduction

Beginning of the robot's activities in the field of infrastructure, nowadays made it possible to do things that had already been impossible, or let the things being done as it is going on today. Among them, we can refer to the establishment and expansion of large factories and the development of the ongoing production lines in the industrial process, the key component of which is warehousing. So that the progress that we are witnessing today in the industry is fully dependent on and indebted to the development of the new methods proposed in the warehousing process.

The robots in this League, are obliged to automatically control the goods from the moment they have arrived, registered, transported, moved, stored and getting out of the warehouse during separate missions and finally return to its starting point in order to put the thing in order at the warehouse after accomplishing each phase of the mission. 

 
 



Committees

League General Chair:

Soroush Sadeghenjad, Amirkabir University of Technology (Tehran Polytechnic), Tehran, Iran

League General Co-Chair:

Parsa Yarahmadi, Amirkabir University of Technology (Tehran Polytechnic), Tehran, Iran



Rules

You can find the FIRA Warehouse Robots Challenge Laws of the Game in the following link.

 

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