Drone-Maker DJI And UNSW Sydney Sign Deal On AI And Robotics
DJI, which develops civilian drones and aerial imaging technology, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the UNSW Sydney to form a strategic partnership on education, training and talent.
The MoU will focus on AI and robotics, and nurturing the next generation of engineers and roboticists.
Under the DJI-UNSW partnership, there will be a DJI scholarship fund for eligible undergrad students undertaking studies in engineering at UNSW, RoboMaster workshops and competitions, a recruitment scheme for UNSW students participating in the RoboMaster Camp, and potential collaboration on research projects, drone-related curricula and exchange programs.
UNSW will also recognise DJI RoboMaster as a strategic partner in undergraduate and postgraduate students’ recruitment process.
The DJI RoboMaster camps “bring together robot aficionados from around the world, offering them research opportunities along with free robot development kits and study courses”.
“By working closely with the University’s faculty members and making our latest technologies accessible to students such as the RoboMaster EP Series, our goal is to create an enjoyable and experiential learning environment that will enable students to explore practical and innovative applications for the future,” said Jianrong Gao, Head of DJI Education.