The two runners up are the ITC02 team from the Institute of Technology of Cambodia and the NPIC01 team from the National Polytechnic Institute of Cambodia.
Minister of Information Khieu Kanharith and his spouse, and Japanese Ambassador to Cambodia Mikami Masahiro presided over the annual event, organised at the Royal University of Phnom Penh on the afternoon of June 26 by the National Television of Cambodia (TVK).
The ITC02, NPIC01, and NUM02 teams were also recognised for their best design, engineering, and popularity, respectively, while and the ITC02 team earned the Toyota Award.
Cambodia Robocon 2022 attracted the participation of nine teams from five universities and technical institutes, including the Cambodia Academy of Digital Technology (CADT), the Institute of Technology of Cambodia (ITC), the National Polytechnic Institute of Cambodia (NPIC), Cambodia University of Technology and Science (CamTech), and the National University of Management (NUM).
Last year’s event, the ITC02 team from the Institute of Technology of Cambodia got the first prize.
Cambodia Robocon aims to develop the intellectual skills of engineering and automation students in the country, as well as to contribute to promoting the industrial and automation sectors.
Cambodia will host the ABU Asia-Pacific Robot Contest (ABU Robocon) in August 2023 with an expected participation of more than 20 countries.
According to khmertimeskh.com