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An Introduction to FIRA Robot World Cup (FIRA Cup)

FIRA Cup, which is held annually in one of the world's countries by the FAIR World Federation, provides an area for challenging the younger generation and researchers in the field of autonomous moving robots. It is hoped that the FIRA Cup tournament, which took place since 1996, as well as its free competition which is held in one of the member states of the Federation, would create a desire for robotics among young people. Through these matches, FIRA hopes to help young people better understand the scientific concepts and technology evolution. FIRA believes that even parts of these interests will increase the scientific and engineering skills that ultimately lead to research that serves humans in various ways. FIRA has been held on an annual basis in many countries, including Australia, Brazil, China, France and South Korea, Taiwan, the United Kingdom, and has been making significant progress since 1996. Today, the FIRA tournament is known as the robotic festival in the world. The FAIR Federation operates in four main sections, with a practical and industrial view towards robots. FIRA AIR, FIRA Challenge, FIRA Sport and FIRA Youth, each of which has different leagues. The International Conference on Robotics and Artificial Intelligence, held annually at the same time as holding this important global event, which highlights the special view of science and technology.

Through running FIRA World Cup tournament in various countries around the world, including our beloved Iran, which is considered as the qualification for the tournament for Iranian teams, this federation seeks to promote robotics knowledge and artificial intelligence, fostering the spirit of creativity and innovation and ultimately entrepreneurship in this field.

 

Free Iranian FIRA cup

With the development of technology in the field of robotics and artificial intelligence in the world and the need to train the skillful force for this field in the country, Amirkabir University of Technology (Tehran Polytechnic) has launched the national and international program of scientific and applied competitions for robotics and artificial intelligence since 2009. With the development of international space and warm welcome of Iranian and foreign teams and teams of these competitions, the committee of the tournament was formed a cooperation with the World Federation of FIRA, and since 2013, international tournaments of Amirkabir University of Technology (Tehran Polytechnic) was named as  Free Iranian FIRA Cup. The sport-related focus of this tournament, and considering the various challenges posed onto robotics knowledge and artificial intelligence, can create the basis for the development of this science in the country as well as developing a skillful force to further the economy of the country.

 

event Date Number of leagues Number of teams Number of countries
1st  international robotics and artificial intelligence of Amir Kabir October,2010 7 65 Will be announced
2nd  international robotics and artificial intelligence of Amir Kabir and  3th  National Robotics Festival of  Kharazmi University November, 2011 22 245 15
3rd  international robotics and artificial intelligence of Amir Kabir and  4th  National Robotics Festival of  Kharazmi University November, 2012 15 167 8
4th   international robotics and artificial intelligence of Amir Kabir (Free Iran FIRA cup)  November, 2013 10 78 4
5th   international robotics and artificial intelligence of Amir Kabir (Free Iran FIRA cup) December, 2015 15 90 6
6th   international robotics and artificial intelligence of Amir Kabir (Free Iran FIRA cup) December, 2016 10 95 11
7th   international robotics and artificial intelligence of Amir Kabir (Free Iran FIRA cup) March, 2017 15 161 12
8th   international robotics and artificial intelligence of Amir Kabir (Free Iran FIRA cup) March, 2018 Will be announced Will be announced Will be announced


 

 

Tehran is the largest city and capital of Iran and the capital of Tehran province. Its population is 8, 244, 535, and is the 25th most populated city in the world. The city's total area is 730 square kilometers. It is one of the largest cities in West Asia and the 27th largest city in the world. The city of Tehran is located in the north of Iran and the south of the Alborz Mountain Range. The city has a dense highway network and four active subway lines, which transported 129 million passengers only in the spring of 2011. Since the 1930s, Tehran has been attracting a large number of migrants from all over Iran. The main inhabitants of Tehran were Farsi speaking people. The city now has many ethnicities and the main language of the city is Persian language. Most people in this city have Persian language with a Tehran dialect. Other ethnics living in Tehran are Kurdish, Azerbaijani, Gilak, Mazandarani, Armenian, Arabic, and Lur. The population density in Tehran is estimated to be between 10,700 and more than 11,000 person per square kilometer, which is, according to the statistics, it is the 20th most densely populated city in the world. The city of Tehran is located in northern of Iran, in the southern foothills of the Alborz Mountain Range. The height of the city in the highest points of the north reaches about 2000 meters and in the lowest point reaches 1050 meters above sea level. Tehran reaches to the mountainous areas from the north and to the desert areas from the south, so it has different weather conditions in the south and north. The northern regions has cold and dry climate, and the southern regions has the warm and dry climate.

The administrative structure of Iran is concentrated in Tehran. Tehran is divided into 22 districts, 134 areas including Ray and Tajrish and 370 neighborhoods. The symbol of Tehran is the Tower of Azadi. The Milad Tower is another symbol of it. Tehran hosts nearly half of Iran's industrial activities, factories of automotive, electrical equipment, textiles, sugar, cement and chemicals. Tehran is also the largest market for carpets and furniture products throughout Iran.

In the southern suburbs of Tehran, there is a refinery called Tehran Oil Refinery. In Tehran and the suburbs, there are religious monuments such as mosques, churches, temples, and Zoroastrian fire temples. On the list of the most expensive capitals in the world in 2008, Tehran was one before the last. Tehran is also on the list of the most expensive cities in the world and according on the cost of living index is one before the last. Tehran has ranked 58th in terms of gross domestic product and it has ranked 29th among the world's cities in terms of population. The people of Tehran pay 33% of the country's taxes.

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