In 2019, we instituted a new rule whereby 2 weeks before the competition, all teams were invited to submit updated Team Description Materials (TDMs). These would then be scored on the basis of how useful they were in helping another
Hi All! I’m pleased to announce that your RMRC Committee has decided on the qualified teams for the 2019 RoboCupRescue Rapidly Manufactured Robot Challenge World Championships, to be held in Sydney, Australia from the 2nd to the 8th of July.
2019 RoboCupRescue Robot League World Championship – Rapidly Manufactured Robot Challenge Opening Announcement
Hi All! I hope you have all had a good start to 2019! On behalf of the RoboCup Rescue Rapidly Manufactured Robot Challenge (RMRC) Committee, I would like to announce the initial Call for Participation for the RMRC World Championships,
Here are the registration and qualification details for this year’s RoboCupRescue Robot League – Rapidly Manufactured Robot Challenge! This is based on last year’s qualification process with significant changes in italics. Important dates: Sunday 11 February 2018, 11.59pm, GMT-12, Submission
The RoboCupRescue Rapidly Manufactured Robot Challenge will feature at the RoboCup Asia Pacific 2017 Super Regional competition! This competition is open to all high school teams in the Asia-Pacific region. This is an ideal opportunity to test improvements you’ve made
2017 marks the first time that the RoboCupRescue Rapidly Manufactured Robot Competition has been held as an open competition. From the 27th to the 30th of July 2017, 10 high school teams from around the world came to Nagoya, Japan,
Here are the registration and qualification details for this year’s RoboCupRescue Robot League – Rapidly Manufactured Robot Competition! Important dates: Sunday 12 February 2017, 11.59pm, GMT-12, Submission of your Team Participation Form (TPF). Sunday 19 March 2017, 11.59pm, GMT-12, Submission