Roman V. Meshcheryakov
Boris V. Ilyukhin
Received March 14, 2022
The development of robotics technologies requires an increase in the level of scientific and technical developments and the creation of a profile reserve, as well as the formation of a system for training highly qualified specialists. One of the ways to assess the achieved level of development and qualifications of engineering teams is to hold competitions at various levels. The article provides an overview of various events in competitive robotics. The second part deals with competitions in water and air. The competitions are structured according to the format of the competition, the environment of functioning and the age of the participants. Conclusions are made about the prospects of various events of competitive robotics, as well as the relevance of some of them. The interrelationships of the competencies achieved when participating in competitions in various areas are presented, and a conclusion is made about the conduct of vocational guidance work.
Robotics, competition, education, science.
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