Meet our Robociti Competition Winners
Meet some of Robociti's past competition winners!
Competitions are an important part of growth for learners, and here at Robociti, our competitions are a good way for Robotics and AI enthusiasts to showcase their skills, make friends and win amazing prizes. In this list, meet some winners from our past competitions.
Mustansir is an AI enthusiast and the winner of Robociti’s Life After COVID-19 competition. He took home a grand prize of $300 for his winning project titled “Mask Facilitator.” The project introduced a robot that can safely dispense masks to anyone who needs them at a safe distance.
Qasim believes that the future of Robotics and AI look promising, and platforms like Robociti are contributing to help people acquire the necessary skill-set.
Chinnari Krishna Ashish
Taking home a Wheely Robot Kit, Chinnari Krishna Ashish’s project of designing a robot that can autonomously clean solar panel arrays on roofs earned him 2nd place in the "Life After COVID-19: The New Normal with Robotics & AI” project competition. When asked about his involvement with Robotics and AI projects, Ashish’s keen interest in Robotics and AI started 3 years ago, and he hasn’t looked back ever since. “I believe that technologies like robotics and AI would change the world in a better and faster way than we expect,” he said.
Giridesh Kumar celebrated his 2nd anniversary of being a Robociti member with a win! His project titled “Robotic Guard” was voted number 3 in Robociti’s Life After COVID-19 competition. For the project, Giridesh created a robot that can detect people entering a room and only letting them pass after they have used some sanitizer, a project that could be one big step towards the Future of AI & Robotics.
Want to join the next challenge? Stay tuned to Robociti’s new Python Open Challenge! Test your Python programming skills to win amazing prizes.