The RoboMaster Summer Camp is a summer science-fiction activity tailored by DJI for college students majoring in science and engineering, as well as robot fans. After rounds of selection, college students come to the summer camp to challenge the one-month robot R&D project. Three summer camps have been successfully held since 2013, respectively themed “autonomous mobile shooting”, “steel strike” and “autonomous bomb dropping during flight”.
2017 Summer camp
The RoboMaster University Summer Camp introduced students to the world of artificial intelligence, with workshops held to develop engineering and robotics skills. Undergraduates were then organized into teams of ten and prepared fully-automated robots — an Aerial to scan the battlefield and acquire projectiles, which the Standard uses to shoot the opposing team’s robot with computer vision.
Outdoor academic tutorial
Autonomous aerial & ground robots’ battle synergy
Self-designed robot exhibition
2016 Summer camp
RoboMaster 2016 Summer Camp: Students had to design and operate automatic drones to catch objects and drop them in designated areas.
Students Making the Great Strength Bridge Structure
Summer Camp Opening
Students Visiting Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
2015 Summer Camp
In the summer of 2015, students organized in multiple groups and independently developed drones based on the M100, to challenge airstrike tasks.
Ball Catching Zone
Drone ready to catch the ball
Sudoku Score Zone
A Photograh of all the Members
Concentric Circles Score Zone
2013 Summer Camp
In the summer of 2013, 24 technology elites came to Shenzhen and challenged mobile shooting practices with DJI.
Members and DJI
A photograph of all the members
Visit the HKUST Laboratory
Professor Li and Members