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EE Team Wins First Prize of the Tenth China Freescale Cup Finals

Edited byzx Date:2015-09-02 09:09

The Tenth China Freescale Cup Finals ended at Shangdong University on August 29. EE team, on behalf of Zhejiang University, won the first prize after 3 days fierce competition. The Freescale Cup this year has attracted a total of 1893 teams from over 430 universities, participating in 8 regional events across the country.

EE team won the first prize of 10th China TFC Finals held at Shangdong University on Aug 29, 2015.

The Freescale Cup (TFC), formerly known as the Smart Car Race, began in 2003 in Korea at Hanyang University hosting 80 teams of students. Since that time TFC has spreaded to China, India, Malaysia, Latin America, North America, and Europe. TFC is a competition where student teams build, program, and race a model car around a track for speed. The fastest car to complete the track without derailing, wins. The creation of this autonomous car requires:
• Embedded software programming and basic circuit creation using Freescale parts included in the entry kit.
• Students to create motor control hardware and software to propel and steer their intelligent car.
• Students must also interface to a camera to navigate the car through the race course by following the guide line.

Introduced in since 2006, TFC China has developed into an exploratory engineering practice for college students nationwide, and one of the S&T competitions supported by the Ministry of Education. The competition aims at cultivating students’ ability to apply comprehensive knowledge, ability of engineering practice, and sense of innovation, through which university students are inspired to be engaged in scientific research and exploration, and learn to sharpen their communication and team work skills. 



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