R4 Robotics places second at ANEIVC

R4 Robotics recently participated in the Australian New-Energy and Intelligent Vehicle Competition organised by ACAMMA and sponsored by the Victorian Government, Swinburne University and the Consulate General of China.

It was an honour to be selected to present to such a strong audience of industry representatives, committed to delivering intelligent solutions solving a wide range of problems.

We presented an innovative solution to solve a growing worldwide problem using autonomous vehicles and artificial intelligence.  Team members, Chris Kalle and Timo Speth, presented our concept which was awarded second place, from a pool of over 50 participants across Australia.

The founders of R4 Robotics are headed to the Science, Technology and Industry Park in China later this year to form partnerships and seek investments for the commercialisation of our technology and show the world autonomous vehicles can solve a wide range of problems.

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