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2016 UAE Drones for Good Award and UAE AI & Robotics Award for Good

HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, honoured the winners of the second UAE Drones for Good Award and the first UAE AI (Artificial Intelligence) & Robotics Award for Good, at a three-day competition event at Dubai Internet City in February 2016.

2016 UAE Drones for Good Award and UAE AI & Robotics Award for Good
“These awards represent the UAE’s message of peace to the world,” said HH Sheikh Mohammed.
2016 UAE Drones for Good Award and UAE AI & Robotics Award for Good
The UAE AI & Robotics Award for Good received over 660 submissions from 121 countries.
2016 UAE Drones for Good Award and UAE AI & Robotics Award for Good
HH Sheikh Mohammed with top dignitaries and international experts.
2016 UAE Drones for Good Award and UAE AI & Robotics Award for Good
The UAE Drones for Good Award received more than 1,000 projects from 165 countries.
2016 UAE Drones for Good Award and UAE AI & Robotics Award for Good
The UAE Drones for Good Award National Competition winner: Buildrone’s construction and repair aerial robot detects damages and carries out repair tasks in hard-to-access environments.
2016 UAE Drones for Good Award and UAE AI & Robotics Award for Good
The UAE Drones for Good Award International Competition winner: Loon Copter’s multi-rotor platform is capable of aerial flight, on-water surface operations as well as diving.
2016 UAE Drones for Good Award and UAE AI & Robotics Award for Good
An AI (Artificial Intelligence) and Robotics Award for Good concurrently was won by the Al Murshid Al Thaki (Arabic for ‘Smart Guidance System for the Blind’) robot and by the UC Berkeley Suit-X, an exoskeleton system designed to improve the physiological gait development of children.
2016 UAE Drones for Good Award and UAE AI & Robotics Award for Good
An AI (Artificial Intelligence) and Robotics Award for Good concurrently was won by the Al Murshid Al Thaki (Arabic for ‘Smart Guidance System for the Blind’) robot and by the UC Berkeley Suit-X, an exoskeleton system designed to improve the physiological gait development of children.