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Autonomous Programming Competition with SwRI

Watch the insightful session that covers state-of-the-art autonomous technology.

In the first-ever Virtual Learning Session, Steve Dellenback and Chris Mentzer from Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) introduce a beta trail of the new Shell Eco-marathon Autonomous Programming Competition, which has initially launched in the Americas only.

Watch the highlights video below. You’ll find the full session here and the Q&A here.

Introducing the Autonomous Programming Competition with SwRI

What is SwRI?

SwRI is one of the oldest and largest independent, non-profit, applied research and development organizations in the USA.

What is the session about?

Here’s a brief look at the agenda:

  • The SwRI partnership with Shell Eco-marathon
  • Beta trial of the Autonomous Programming Competition
  • Answering questions from participants

How long is it?

The session running time is 1 hour and 16 minutes, while the Q&A is 24 minutes

What will I learn?

  • It’ll help you understand more about autonomous technology and the latest development from SwRI
  • You’ll hear about it from experts in the field from SwRI
  • Listen to fellow participants’ questions being answered in real-time
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