Students of the International University of Humanitarian Sciences and Development – winners of the prestigious international contest in robototronics
Students of the International University of Humanitarian Sciences and Development are the RoboRAVE Asia Open-2017 contest held in Beijing.
The RoboRAVE contest, which was organized in the United States in 2001, is held in eight countries, including China, Mexico, Spain and France.
This year, over a hundred teams, competing in the nominations - Robotovate Challenge, Fire Fighting Challenge, Line Following Challenge, Alpinebot Challenge and Jousting Challenge.
The team from Turkmenistan created the best Robotovate Challenge. The intellectual quartette of Myahri Ilmedova (captain), Aylar Mehtiyeva, Dovran Nobatov and Didar Hydyrberdiyev developed an original mechanism for the bacterial treatment of cell phone surface.
Artificial intellect is a hybrid of the special microcontroller Arduino that programmes the treatment process, Lego building bricks that fix antibacterial spray and IR sensors to detect pathogenic microorganisms.
The Turkmen team was trained by Didar Hayyitov, university professor at the Department of Computer Technologies and Systems. At present, the International University of Humanitarian Sciences and Development actively prepares for the next international tournament in robototronics as well as national competitions.