Carnegie Mellon University successfully completes six racing laps in Event 1.1 of Season Beta which took place at the Thruxton Circuit in the United Kingdom this week. The team placed 2nd and 3rd, respectively, across the two competition rounds, besting their home country rival, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, in both. A recap of the action can be found on Roborace's Twitch Channel.
Roborace Begins Their Third Season of Autonomous racing: season beta
Season Beta’s racing events will add new features throughout the championship including the integration of the Roborace Metaverse, a mixed reality world within the competition to further challenge teams. Season Beta will update Roborace’s autonomous overtaking algorithms with ground-breaking technology. Due to safety restrictions, the twelve races hosted over six events will be closed to the public, but the races will all be covered via livestream so that Roborace’s global audience won’t miss any of the action.
Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) is joining the upcoming season of Roborace. CMU’s Roborace team will be a collaborative effort involving multiple departments within Carnegie Mellon’s School of Computer Science. The first U.S.-based team to join the series, Carnegie Mellon University was recently named the top-ranked Artificial Intelligence program in the country by U.S. News & World Report