The 7th Final of National Technical Olympiad Majoring in ‘Automotive Transport Systems’ is Open
On 14 March, Moscow Poly held an opening ceremony for the finals of the National Technical Olympiad (NTO) majoring in ‘Automotive Transport Systems’ (ATS) that will last until 19 March.
29 school students from 14 regions of the Russian Federation and the Republic of Belarus divided into 8 teams will compete in programming codes for unmanned vehicle operation.
The ATS major aims to show students that automotive unmanned systems and automatization is an interesting and perspective job, whereas programming Raspberry pi microcontrollers in Python may become a great career booster in the field of information technologies.
This year, in addition to going along the track; traffic control marking, signs and pedestrians identification; and unmanned vehicle operation, the ATS major has added up a “Factory” automotive logistic hub function that has been developed by Moscow Poly.
Moscow Poly and its partners developing ‘ATS’, ‘High-Tech Academy’, and ‘Geoscan’ modules are planning to expand the ‘Factory’ function range and improve methodological base in order to implement this function into the educational modules and hackathons.
The winners and winning team members of the engineering Olympiad for the school students under National Technological Initiative may get up to 10 additional points when enrolling to Moscow Poly.