Day 1: Stow Results
Competition on the first day was fierce, with some excellent performances. First place was won by team Delft who stowed 11 items into densely packed bins to earn 214 points. NimbRo Picking placed second and MIT took third place.
Day 2: Pick Results
This year's picking task was significantly more difficult than the 2015 task, with denser bins, occluded items, and products that are more difficult to see and grasp. The teams rose to the challenge and demonstrated much more sophisticated perception and manipulation solutions. The competition was so close that the judges had to resort to the second tie-breaker using video replay to determine the winner. Both Team Delft and PFN finished with 105 points, but Delft achieved their first pick in a mere 30 seconds, beating PFN's 1:07 time.
|Delft||105 (0:30 first pick)|
|PFN||105 (1:07 first pick)|