Regional competitions of Robotex Turkiye kick off with the support of Azercell! (PHOTO)

More than 1500 participants from Azerbaijan and
Turkey engage in the competition

Regional competitions of Robotex Turkiye, an annual robotics
festival, started in Baku with the general sponsorship of Azercell.
The opening ceremony was held with the participation of the
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of
Turkey to our country, Jahit Bagchi, the advisor to the president
of Azercell, Okan Chimen, rector of Nakhchivan State University,
Elbrus Isayev, director of the State Agency for Science and Higher
Education, Ulker Sattarova, the president of the company Robotex
Turkiye, Orhan Chevik, and other authorized persons.

“Azercell is committed to supporting the personal and
professional development of the talented youth, particularly in
preparing the next generation of ICT specialists. We believe this
competition will reveal new talents in the fields of innovation,
robotics, and artificial intelligence in Azerbaijan and further
contribute to their development. Azercell is proud to support
initiatives that foster innovation and technological advancement,
and we are excited to witness the creative ideas of participants in
this prestigious event,” noted Okan Chimen during his speech at the
opening ceremony.

The regional competitions of Robotex Turkiye will last for two
days, bringing together 1500 young robotics engineers. Participants
will collaborate in groups on projects related to programming and
robot development. Following the event, 109 teams will be selected
to advance to the next stage of the competition. Representatives
from various age groups, including schoolchildren, students, and
employees of private companies, were eligible to participate.
Within the competition, participants have the opportunity to create
their own robots and present their startups.

It is worth mentioning that the next stage of the competition
will take place in Antalya on April 20–21. In addition to
representatives from Azerbaijan and Turkey, youth from Kazakhstan
will also join the championship. The most outstanding teams will
have the opportunity to participate in the International Robotics
Championship, which will be held in Tallinn (Estonia).

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