Comments:After visa snags, all-girl Afghan team honored for 'courageous achievement' at international robotics competition

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shipping019:33, 21 July 2017

After reading about how the Iranians, Estonians and everyone had so much trouble with shipping their prototypes to the convention hall, I have to wonder if they should just require everyone to ship their robots, even the U.S. and Canada teams who could drive if they wanted. Call it a test of the robot's sturdiness. Can't say it's not relevant to real-world applications.

Darkfrog24 (talk)19:33, 21 July 2017