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KCGI team won the division championship at ET Robocon 2016 Kansai Regional Competition!

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KCGI team "Helping the elderly home" won the Kansai Regional Competition.

The 2016 ET Robocon Kansai Regional Competition was held at Kyoto Computer Gakuin (KCG) on September 19, and the team led by Mr. Yuuki Ohashi (leader), Mr. Shu Numata, and Mr. Shoichi Washida, a KCGI graduate student, won the first prize in the "Innovator Category.I was also blessed with the honor of receiving the Kinki Bureau of Economy, Trade and Industry Director-General's Award at the same time.The KCGI team will compete in the championship tournament in Yokohama, Japan on November 16.

The KCGI team, which participated under the name of "Helping Old People's Home," planned and developed "Eagle 113," a robot that patrols a nursing home at night.Eagle 113" is a robot that patrols the corridors along a designated route at night when there is not enough manpower to make a full patrol, and when it finds a fallen resident, it notifies the staff member's smartphone.It operates for about seven hours on a single charge, and is easy to repair even if it is broken by a resident, and its idea and design were highly evaluated.The "Innovator Division" competes in the ability of innovators to set their own challenges and plan and develop products and services to solve them.

The ET Robot Contest is a nationwide robotics contest held every year since 2002 with the aim of fostering world-leading engineers and providing opportunities for young to mid-level engineers to challenge themselves in modeling and planning and developing products and services.

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