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Appraisal Meeting of BIT' s Scientific and Technological Achievements Was Successfully Held

Source: Date: 2020-07-06

In June 2020, the Chinese Association of Automation (hereinafter referred to as CAA) convened an appraisal meeting to authenticate the scientific and technological achievements of “High Dynamic Perception and Driving Functional Components for Robots” jointly completed by Beijing Institute of Technology and other units. Relevant leaders of CAA, members of appraisal committee and representatives of units which collectively completed the achievements participated the meeting. The director of the appraisal committee was held by Sun Youxian, a member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering (hereinafter referred to as CAE), the special consultant of CAA, and a professor at Zhejiang University, and the deputy directors were acted by Gui Weihua, a CAE member, the vice president of CAA and a professor at Central South University and Chen Xiaohong, a CAE member and the president of Hunan University of Commerce. Experts from Tongji University, Shandong University of Science and Technology, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Peking University and other related fields served as members of the committee.


The scenery of the appraisal meeting


In accordance with the agenda, Professor Huang Qiang and other representatives delivered detailed reports introducing the scientific and technological achievements. Guided by the principles of science, independence, objectivity and justice, committee members carefully reviewed the appraisal materials after listening to reports. Through the committee’ s inquiry, representatives’ answering, full discussion and other sessions, all committee members reached to the conclusion that with complex functional components, the achievements have overcome technical difficulties, embraced strong innovation capabilities and enjoyed completely independent intellectual property rights. The core technology of “High Dynamic Perception and Driving Functional Components for Robots” was deemed to have reached the internationally advanced level. Therefore, the committee agreed that the achievements shall pass the appraisal.