Team JetBrains came out on top on all 3 challenges
It was a busy (and squeaky) few days at the International Conference on Robotics and Automation in Montreal for the organizers and competitors of the AI Driving Olympics.
The finals were kicked off by a semifinals round, where we the top 5 submissions from the Lane Following in Simulation leaderboard. The finalists (JBRRussia and MYF) moved forward to the more complicated challenges of Lane Following with Vehicles and Lane Following with Vehicles and Intersections.
If you couldn’t make it to the event and missed the live stream on Facebook, here’s a short video of the first run of the JetBrains Lane Following submission.
Thanks to everyone that competed, dropped in to say hello, and cheered on the finalists by sending the song of the Duckie down the corridors of the Palais des Congrès.
A few pictures from the event
Don’t know much about the AI Driving Olympics?
It is an accessible and reproducible autonomous car competition designed with straightforward standardized hardware, software and interfaces.
Step 1: Build and test your agent with our available templates and baselines
Step 2: Submit to a challenge
Check out the leaderboard
View your submission in simulation
Step 3: Run your submission on a robot
in a Robotarium