Trinity College has organized a thrilling multi-agent formula race that brings two robots on the track together, Formula Trinity: AI Grand Prix in collaboration with Riders and F1Tenth.
Competitors raced on the F1Tenth simulation environment on Riders platform, and submit their codes in order to get their scores by racing against the other algorithms.
90 participants of 47 teams have competed in this exciting competition, while submitting more than 11.900 entries in 350 hours.
Trinity College has organized one of the most exciting competitions in Riders platform in collaboration with F1Tenth. Competitors of Formula Trinity: AI Grand Prix have joined Riders platform to submit their code and follow their places on the leaderboard, while racing against each other.
Riders allows robotics competitions take place online while eliminating the problems of a competition organization. Riders offers a flawless solution where the competitors only need to sign in to the platform and work on their codes without any issues.
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