AI Driving Olympics 5th edition: results

AI-DO 5: Urban league winners

This year’s challenges were lane following (LF), lane following with pedestrians (LFP) and lane following with other vehicles, multibody (LFV_multi). 

Let’s find out the results in each category:

LF

  1. Andras Beres 🇭🇺  
  2. Zoltan Lorincz 🇭🇺
  3. András Kalapos 🇭🇺

LFP

  1. Bea Baselines 🐤
  2. Melisande Teng 🇨🇦 
  3. Raphael Jean 🇨🇦

LFV_multi

  1. Robert Moni 🇭🇺
  2. Márton Tim 🇭🇺
  3. Anastasiya Nikolskay 🇷🇺

Congratulations to the Hungarian Team from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics for collecting the highest rankings in the urban league!

Here’s how the winners in each category performed both in the qualification (simulation) and in the finals running on real hardware:

Andras Beres – Lane following (LF) winner

Melisande Teng – Lane following with pedestrians (LFP) winner

Robert Moni – Lane following with other vehicles, multibody (LFV_multi) winner

AI-DO 5: Advanced Perception league winners

Great participation and results in the Advanced Perception league! Check out this year’s winners in the video below:

AI-DO 5 sponsors

Many thanks to our amazing sponsors, without which none of this would have been possible!

Stay tuned for next year AI Driving Olympics. Visit the AI-DO page for more information on the competition and to browse this year’s introductory webinars, or check out the Duckietown massive open online course (MOOC) and prepare for next year’s competition!

AI-DO 5 leaderboard update

AI-DO 5 pre-finals update

With the fifth edition of the AI Driving Olympics finals day approaching, 1326 solutions submitted from 94 competitors in three challenges, it is time to glance over at the leaderboards

Leaderboards updates

This year’s challenges are lane following (LF), lane following with pedestrians (LFP) and lane following with other vehicles, multibody (LFV_multi). Learn more about the challenges here. Each submission can be sent to multiple challenges. Let’s look at some of the most promising or interesting submissions.

The Montréal menace

Raphael Jean at Mila / University of Montréal is a new entrant for this year. 

An interesting submission: submission #12962 

All of raph’s submissions.

The submissions from the cold

Team JetBrains from Saint Petersburg was a winner of previous editions of AI-DO. They have been dominating the leaderboards also this year.

Interesting submissions: submission #12905

All of JetBrains submissions: JBRRussia1. 

 

BME Conti

PhD student Robert Moni (BME-Conti) from Hungary. 

Interesting submissions: submission #12999 

All submissions: timur-BMEconti

 

Deadline for submissions

The deadline for submitting to the AI-DO 5 is 12am EST on Thursday, December 10th, 2020. The top three entries (more if time allows) in each simulation challenge will be evaluated on real robots and presented at the finals event at NeurIPS 2020, which happens at 5pm EST on Saturday, December 12.