LTU VoLTUre team takes 5th place in the Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition
LTU VoLTUre team finished in the fifth place out of 47 teams that made it to the finals of the prestigious Auto-Nav Challenge, which is the main event at the 20th annual Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition (IGVC). LTU also finished fourth in the Joint Architecture of Unmanned Systems competition (JAUS), and won cash prize of $3,000. Faculty advisor of the team is Computer Science professor CJ Chung.
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