28 min

Dr. Navinda Kottege (CSIRO - Data61‪)‬ Drones For Good Podcast

    • Education

Australian's are known for their ingenuity, innovation and know-how, right?  Well a special bunch of Australians have taken this to the next level! On this episode of the podcast, Andrew sits down with Dr. Navinda Kottege, acting Group Leader of CSIRO's Data61's Robotics and Autonomous Systems Group and leader of Team CSIRO in the DARPA SubT Challenge.  

Andrew and Navinda talk all things DARPA SubT Challenge. The DARPA SubT Challenge is a world-wide challenge with brilliant and amazing teams from all over the world competing for a first prize of $US2 million to continue their research. Team Data61 held their own, however you'll need to listen to the podcast to hear just how amazingly they did! 

Once again, thanks for listening to the Drones for Good Podcast. If you enjoyed the show, don't forget to subscribe to the podcast and give it a rating.  

Enjoy! 

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Australian's are known for their ingenuity, innovation and know-how, right?  Well a special bunch of Australians have taken this to the next level! On this episode of the podcast, Andrew sits down with Dr. Navinda Kottege, acting Group Leader of CSIRO's Data61's Robotics and Autonomous Systems Group and leader of Team CSIRO in the DARPA SubT Challenge.  

Andrew and Navinda talk all things DARPA SubT Challenge. The DARPA SubT Challenge is a world-wide challenge with brilliant and amazing teams from all over the world competing for a first prize of $US2 million to continue their research. Team Data61 held their own, however you'll need to listen to the podcast to hear just how amazingly they did! 

Once again, thanks for listening to the Drones for Good Podcast. If you enjoyed the show, don't forget to subscribe to the podcast and give it a rating.  

Enjoy! 

See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

28 min

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